A GUIDE TO NATURE
Join us on 1 night 2 days Adventure Package.Departing San Ignacio at 7am. Driving through the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve. The reserve is predominantly pine forest, primarily Honduras Pine, Pinus caribae. But with a significant broad leaf forest component. The majority of the reserve is situated on a granite massif, with some areas of limestone in the west of the reserve. The elevation of the reserve averages between 400 and 700 m, with the highest point being Baldy Beacon at 1,017 m (3,336 ft), and dropping to 120 m (394 ft) at the lowest point on the Macal River.
After driving for the past 2 hr, we then arrive at Caracol the Largest Maya site in Western Belize. Tour last for approximately 2hrs. After lunch, our guide will provide you with a brief introduction base on our next trip to L.C.R.S. for a Sun set tour, an over-night at Las Cuevas Research Station (LCRS). On site activities, Nature walk, Ecology, botany, wildlife, Birding and Conservation. The following day,at 5am hike to the observation tower, to enjoy the sound of nature and for an amazing sun rise tour. After break-fast, we prepare for the day , hiking through the lush Jungle, spotting different species of bird , such as parrots, toucan, tanagers, Jays warblers, Mot-mot and large birds of prey, Flora and fauna in the Chiquibul forest reserve. After spending a couple hours in this untouched Jungle, it will be time to hike back to the station, where we pack all luggage and drive back to San Ignacio.
This tour is designed for Couples, Families, Friends, Student Groups, and for anyone who wish to enjoy and experience a bit of nature.
- Camera , Binoculars
- Extra Clothing for the Night
- Sun Screen, Bug Repellent
- Bird Book
- Swim Wear
- Personal Medication
- Hiking Shoe
- Food (B/L/D)
- Entrance Fees
Min – 4 persons – Max -8 persons 1night-2-Days $295us/pp
“LET US AT BZMTOURS START YOUR BELIZE ADVENTURES!”
This Tour is made possible through a partnership between Belize Magnificent Mayan Tours and Friends for Conservation and Development, with the purpose helping conserve the Chiquibul Forest