Cave Tubing & Mayan Sites

Cave Tubing Jungle Adventure

Having a blast Cave Tubing
Cave Tubing Belize
Journey into the Amazing Caves
Cave Tubing Belize

Belize’s Most Popular Adventure Tour!

Belize’s longest and most spectacular “River of Caves”. Float underground on the Sibun River.

Enter the exciting world of rivers disappearing into the underworld as you float on inner tubes with only your headlamp to light your way. Float past side windows that filter the jungle light through the mist as you swirl around stalagmites jutting from the river and stalactites looming from above. Float past underground waterfalls then into the crystal cathedral, a spiritual center to the ancient Maya. Your native guide will walk you down our jungle track, pointing out the various medicinal trees and other flora, before splashing into the cool, easy flowing waters of the Sibun branch.
$84.37USD PER PERSON. min. 2 people to confirm.
Includes lunch and entrance fees.

Combine Cave Tubing with Zip line Canopy Tour or a Mayan Site for only $39.38USD per person more.

Lets go Cave Tubing
Lets go Cave Tubing
Zipline Canopy Tour
Zipline Canopy Tour

Altun Ha Mayan Ruins and City Tour

Altun Ha Mask
Altun Ha Mask

Altun Ha Maya Ruins

Altun Ha Maya Site

Altun Ha ruins are famous because they found a Jade Head, which is the largest carved jade object in the whole Maya area. It is the national symbol of Belize, which you can see on every banknote. Altun Ha was a major ceremonial center in the Classic Period (250-900 AD) and functioned as a vital trading center linking the Caribbean shores with other Maya centers. After your visit to Altun Ha we stop for lunch. We journey back to Belize City. Water taxi back to Caye Caulker.


Xunantunich Mayan Ruins and Cahal Pech lunch San Ignacio

Xunantunich Maya Site

Xunantunich Maya Site

View from Xunantunich

View from Xunantunich

Spend the day exploring the Cayo district. An amazing view to Guatemala and surrounding rainforest. We start the day departing Caye Caulker at 7:00AM. Our guide will take us an hour and half journey to San Ignacio. We cross the Mopan River by ferry to take a walking tour of the ruins of Xunantunich. Xunantunich (shoo-NAHN-too-nich)  means “Stone Woman” in the Maya language. Most of the structures date from the Maya Classic Era, about 200 to 900. Consisting of a series of six plazas surrounded by more than 26 temples and palaces. One of its structures, the pyramid known as “El Castillo,” the second tallest structure in Belize (after the temple at Caracol), at some 130 feet (40 m) tall.[1] Archeological excavations have revealed a number of fine stucco facades on some of the ancient temples of this site. Evidence of construction suggests the temple was built in three stages in the 600s AD, 700s AD, and 800s AD. The fine stucco or “frieze” are located on the final stage. Next stop Cahal Pech. We like to call this tour Twin Cities. Cahal Pech is a mid-sized complex settled around 1000 BC and abandoned by 800 AD. The site consists of seven plazas and over 30 structures including temples, residential buildings, ballcourts, an altar and a sweathouse, all situated on a compact 2 acres. The name Cahal Pech is a combination Kekchi & Mopan Mayan, meaning Place of the Ticks, and refers to the fact that the surrounding area was once used as pasture land. There are no more ticks here than at any other site – very few, if any! Lunch will be enjoyed at San Ignacio Town. You can order from the menu.


Trip includes entrance fees to Maya Sites and lunch in San Ignacio Town. Opportunity to swim in the Mopan River to cool off.

Lamanai Mayan Ruins and Jungle River Cruise

Lamanai Maya Site

Lamanai Maya Site

Lamanai Maya Mask

Lamanai Maya Mask

Explore the ancient hidden ruins of Lamanai. Departing Caye Caulker on the 7:00am water taxi and reaching Belize Marine Terminal at 8am. Our guide meets us and brings us to Tower hill bridge, where we will start our journey down river to Lamanai, passing dense jungle vegetation and a Mennonite community. Located in the east-central part of the Orange Walk District. Focal points are a well-preserved mask of a Maya ruler emerging from a crocodile headdress. El Castillo rising 108 feet, is one of the largest pre-classic structures in the Maya area. This site was continuously occupied from 1500BC – AD1675.   A variety of birds, crocodiles, howler and spider monkeys will greet you. Your guide is fully knowledgeable of the Flora, Fauna and Mayan History. A two hour guided walking tour of Lamanai visiting 4 main temples. Your guide also points out medicinal plants of the jungle. A delicious home cooked Belizean meal and local souvenir stands to enjoy. See ancient artifacts in the Lamanai Museum on site, entrance included. We journey back through the mazes of river to Tower Hill Bridge, where our guide is waiting to bring us back to the marine terminal or our hotel in Belize City, reaching approximately 430pm – 5pm. Last boat to Caye Caulker and San Pedro is 5:30pm


Trip includes entrance fees and lunch

Actun Tunichil Muknal Belize Cave Tour or ATM

The entrance to ATM

ATM - Actun Tunich Muknal entrance

ceremonial pottery of ATM Caves

For the fit and adventurous this is hands down the most talked about cave in Belize. This no longer has to be an overnight away from the island. At Tsunami Adventures, we offer this a day trip with plenty of time to enjoy this trip. Departing Caye Caulker at 7am and returning on the last boat reaching the island at 6:30pm ATM was discovered in 1989 and open to the general public since 1998, the ATM cave is a full five kilometers deep. We journey 2 kilometers into the cave. After a 45 minute walk in the cool tropical rainforest and across three streams you enter its hourglass-shaped mouth for a 10 meters swim in water at most 5 meters deep, to land on a rock shelf. The next 600+ meters is a journey of well over a half hour filled with many sharp & slippery edges, water depth alternates from just covering your toes to portions where only the tallest won’t need to swim. Helmets provided and mandatory. Along the way you pass many calcite formations, a few which have undergone minor sculpting (purpose unknown), by the Maya. After this distance, you ascend 2 or 3 meters to a shelf above the river. From this point forward is shallowed ground, where you walk barefoot (with socks only). Don’t forget to bring your socks and bring shoes like Teva’s or Keens or finger toe shoes or similar. As you go forward you encounter increasing amounts of pottery of all sizes, their condition from near intact to completely shattered. Catalogued within the cave are over 1400 artifacts – pottery, tools, and ceremonial items dating from 1 to 1000 AD – including over 200 vessels. While over half of all the items appear in plain sight in small pools, they are also tucked away between stalagmites, on small, high shelves or other unusual places. The artwork found in Actun Uayazba Kab in unmatched when compared to any other site.
The deeper in the cave you go, the more recent the activities of the Mayas were. Use of the cave by the Mayas of the Late Preclassic (1 to 250 AD), tended to stay near the mouth of the cave, whereas later generations moved further into the cave, perhaps believing that this would bring them closer to the lords of Xibalba. The closer to the gods, the better the chance the ceremonies would be answered. Pottery of all sizes and styles lay within the cave, all broken to release the spirits contained within.
A not-so-common artifact are human remains. So far, remains from fourteen individuals have been found; 7 adults & 7 children, all under the age of 5. These are not the ceremonial burials found in the other two caves in the area, but are sacrificial victims. They were all likely sacrificed in the hopes of appeasing the gods and bringing rain. Young victims, particularly females, were important for rituals to be “zuhui” – pure & uncontaminated in the eyes of the gods. The Crystal Maiden was a young woman of about 20 years old whose complete remains lie at the back of the cave. It is believed that she was clubbed and left for dead, and with the passing of time she has been cemented to the floor in a layer of brown calcite. (To reach her final resting place, you must climb aluminum ladders mounted on a sheer rock face!) Don’t choose this tour if you are not an extreme adventure lover, it is not for the faint hearted!


Includes entrance fee and lunch. fully guided from Belize. Water taxi not included. GST tax included. Min. 2 persons to confirm this exclusive tour.


Lunch is either a sit down restaurant, picnic lunch or box to go lunch. Trips include private transportation that picks up in Belize City and returns. Trips are fully guided by licensed experienced Belizean Guide.

Round trip water taxi not included. Currently the round trip price is $17.50USD dollars and is subject to change.


We also offer tours arranged to Belize Zoo, Burrell Boom Baboon Sanctuary, Crooked Tree, Inland Blue Hole (see Blue Hole page ) and more.

We can arrange car rental for you as well as organize fully independent tours. This can be a lot of fun with friends or family or both. I have travelled all over Belize and can provide you with suggested itinerary and suggested hotels etc…

Please do not hesitate to ask us for any information. Even if you have heard about a trip and you don’t see it here. Please ask us.

Here are so more options for Combo Tours.

Altun Ha and Baboon Sanctuary $123.75USD PER PERSON


Altun Ha and Belize Zoo $123.75USD PER PERSON

Altun Ha, Cave Tubing and Zipline $163.12USD PER PERSON. TRIPLE COMBO, ALSO VERY POPULAR

Cahal Pech and Cave Tubing $123.75USD PER PERSON or Xunantunich and Cave Tubing – same price.