Nestled in the jungle, this is a great mid-priced eco lodge that offers clean rooms, buffet-style meals, and 2 short hiking trails on the premises. Centrally located for local jungle adventures.
This mini Indiana Jones/Lara Croft adventure will have you hiking, swimming, and scrambling to witness amazing artifacts left behind by the ancient Maya. The downside: it’s a popular one so be prepared for the crowds. Oh, and no recording devices allowed.
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.
An upscale restaurant in a luxury lodging. With its field to table concept, Grove House offers fresh ingredients in their dishes and provides quality food at a reasonable price for cuisine of this caliber.
Tubing may be a fun activity in the sunshine, but it’s a different experience in a cave where it’s pitch black. Admittedly not my favorite activity of the trip, sorry to say.
Day 5 in Belize was the first of several days of adventure in the Cayo jungles. The day started with a great ziplining trip and ended with a less-than-stellar cave tubing tour, with a bit of muddy hiking thrown into the mix.
The safest zipline operation I’ve seen to date. Great equipment, great guides, and great lines. Add the Cayo jungle as your backdrop, and you’re set to fly over and through the trees!
A perfect place to stay at if you love rugged outdoor adventures. A win-win as they offer both adventure tours and lodgings. Owned and operated by a local Mayan family who also employs locals, so you’re definitely helping to support the community.