Belize Cave Tubing and Zipline

Cave Tubing is a fun and relaxing day tour and refers to a small part of the vast Caves Branch River Cave System, a segment of the Caves Branch River that flows continuously through 5 different caves.

The river flows through the cave system, into an open cathedral, with some amazing cave formations.

This 5 cave system is the only one where the river caves form unbroken tunnels that you can float right through. From the entrance of the first cave to the exit of the last cave is approximately 4.5 miles (7km).

With Over 2,700 feet of zip-line comprised of runs and platforms that take you over and through the jungle. Breath-taking views that the forest canopy provides, and a memorable experience that only Belize’s Rain forest can offer.Exhilarating and exciting experience through the jungle in a high-flying manner.

Cave-tubing is a half-day tour that starts around 8:00 AM and returns to town around 2:00 PM. The drive is about 1.5 hours from San Ignacio Town.

At the parking area, there is a picnic area, restrooms, and changing rooms. There is a 45 minutes hike through a broad-leaf, secondary sub-tropical forest. You with learn about Mayan medicinal plants and their uses. We go through 4 caves – 2 dry caves and 2 wet caves. Relax on your inner tube as you free float. Immerse yourself as our guide points out various formations within the cave and shares his knowledge of the history of the cave.

Level of Difficulty: Easy

wear: Swimwear can be worn for tubing. Water-shoes are recommended. Shorts and a t-shirt for zip-lining.

 bring: Bug repellent, sunscreen, and waterproof cameras

What is included: Transportation, lunch, guide, entrance fees, equipment, and towels


Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave, which means Cave of the Stone Sepulcher, is one of Belize’s most visited underworld caves. Located in the Roaring Creek Valley in the Cayo District, ATM Cave is rated #1 by National  Geography in Central America. Actun Tunichil Muknal is approximately five kilometers in length and has four entrances – Main and Upper Entrances, Sinkhole, and South Entrance.

The Main Entrance resembles a  double  Gothic archway and has a deep blue pool below, and serves as the primary access into the cavern.

The  Main  Chamber contains the skeletal remains of 14 individuals (ranging from 3 years to 40 years old), 150  ceramic vessels, several grinding stone artifacts, and a variety of animal remains.

One of the skeletal remains,  possibly a  female, lies covered in a thin layer of calcite in the deepest section of the Main Chamber. She is famously known as the “Crystal Maiden” and is believed to have been sacrificed as part of agricultural fertility rituals in the cave.

ATM Cave is an all-day tour that starts as early as 7:30 AM and returns around 4:00 PM. The drive is about  1  hour 45 minutes to the parking lot of the reserve. Our drive takes us on the George Price Highway to Teakettle village, where we then turn south on a dirt road for about 7 miles. At the parking lot, we gear up and take a 45-minute hike that crosses the Roaring Creek three times. At the entrance of the cave, there is a small pool which we swim across to go into the cave. We spend about 3 hours in the cave as we immerse ourselves in the history and archaeology of ATM. We then hike back out of the cave and out back to the parking lot. Clean changing rooms and bathrooms are available at the parking lot.

Level of Difficulty: Moderate – Strenuous

What to wear: Short pants, a t-shirt and closed-up shoes with socks. water shoes or tennis shoes are okay.


What is included: Transportation, Lunch, guide, entrance fees, and equipment.


Come join us and test your Adventure spirit, let’s get the adrenaline feeling as you rappel down into a jungle sink hole of “Actun Loch Tunich” Mother of all Caves”.  Expedition starts off with a vigorous hike into the foothills of the Maya Mountains. This expedition is for extreme adventure seekers only and all participants must be relatively fit.The edge of the sink hole is over 300 feet above the basin below and 200 feet above the rain-forest canopy that grows out from the sink hole basin. Our Fully Trained Guides will provide you with helmets and safety equipment as they rig a system of rappelling ropes for your decent to the basin below. The first 10 feet provides the adrenaline, the next 200 ft feature an unforgettable experience and sight to behold, while the final 100 ft plunges you down through the rain forest canopy reaching the bottom.

Once you’re at the bottom you rest with a delicious picnic lunch. After enjoying your delicious homemade lunches we take a hike which includes some rock climbing, ladder climbing, and of course lots of sweating, before we all head off to the Inland Blue Hole.

The inland blue hole, is actually a sinkhole formed by the collapse of an underground river channel. A series of steps would lead us to a 25-foot deep cool, turquoise pool, surrounded by dense forest, for you to enjoy a relaxing dip.

Level of Difficulty: Extreme

What to wear: Comfortable light weight long pants and shirt that allow for movement and can get wet.

What to bring: Extra clothes, bug repellent, well treaded sneakers and hiking boots swimwear and camera

What is included: Transportation, Lunch, guide, entrance fees, and equipment

Age Recommendation: 10 yrs old and up

Min- 2 persons