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.
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 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.
A vast expanse of boulders and small waterfalls that form pools in which to wade and frolic. But there’s no coverage from the sun, so bring your sunscreen!