The ATM Tour gave us a chance to play adventurous explorer followed by a New Year’s Eve dinner party with a countdown from a different time zone.
This mini Indiana Jones/Lara Croft adventure will have you hiking, swimming, and scrambling to witness amazing Mayan artifacts.
The Gassy Squirrel explores more of the Belizean Cayo countryside during a nature hike and caving adventure in the Five Blues Lake area.
Great 2-in-1 nature hike + cave exploration tour. Crystal Cave is a great little brother alternative to the ATM cave tour. Discover artifacts and adventure without the crowds.
A great off-the-beaten-path cave kayaking adventure in the jungles of Belize. A lot of little things went wrong, but we still had one of the best adventures of our Belize trip. Video included.
Day 6 in Belize started with a great cave kayaking tour in the Cayo jungle and ended with a delicious dinner at an upscale restaurant in a posh resort.
The Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve is over 100K acres of pine trees in an otherwise tropical country. If you have a day or two, it’s well worth visiting some of the hidden gems in the area: Caracol Mayan ruins, Big Rock Falls, Rio-On Pools, and Rio Frio Cave.
Oh, Google Maps, how I love you, but you led us astray in Belize when we needed you in the boonies. In the end, my scratched up legs marked our ignorant passing, and local guides succeeded where your directions failed. But I still love you.
A small but peaceful cave worth visiting if you’re anywhere near San Ignacio.
On our way out of San Ignacio, we visited Rio Frio Cave, Rio-On Pools, and Big Rock Waterfall. We also learned that Google Maps is not so reliable in the backwoods of Belize.