Belize Caving & Tubing Tours

Caving & Tubing

These tours can be booked when you arrive, ahead of time, or as part of a package. To guarantee space and availability, we recommend booking your tours before you arrive.


If you are intrigued by the Ancient Maya and would like to know more about their culture and the roots of our country, Belize, this is a must tour for you! Travel back in time and journey into the Mayan Underworld where you enter the amazing realm of Belize's cave systems, with a chance to learn more about a mysterious ancient Maya civilization and the geological processes that shaped the region. Tube subterranean rivers that flow through St. Herman’s ancient cave systems whilst viewing the awe-inspiring natural beauty of the cave decoration.

WHAT TO WEAR: Short pants, water shoes
WHAT TO BRING: Changing clothes, Bug repellent, sunscreen, camera, bathing suit, towel
TOUR INCLUDES: Necessary equipment, Transportation, lunch, water, parking fee, swimming at inland Blue Hole.


Discover the breath-taking experience of crystal cave at St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park on this full-day tour! Those brave enough to take the tour in the undeveloped cave rooms will crawl through cracks and crevices, make it through and behold spectacular cave formations that your claustrophobic friends will never see. Caves played a very important role in the ancient Maya culture as they considered caves to be a supernatural realm where their deities and ancestors resided. Caves were the portal between the tangible human world and the invisible world of the gods, a place called Xibalba. It was here that the Mayas performed their most sacred rituals and ceremonies.

WHAT TO WEAR: Long pants, hiking shoes,
WHAT TO BRING: Changing clothes, Bug repellent, camera, bathing suit, and towel
TOUR INCLUDES: Necessary equipment, Transportation, Cave tour, Lunch, parking fee, swimming at inland Blue Hole.

Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave (ATM)

Otherwise known as the “Cave of the Stone Sepulche”, ATM cave houses various types of artifacts from ceramics and stoneware to the remains of skeletons. The cave encloses the famous “Crystal Maiden,” who was thought to be a sacrifice victim. The ATM cave is a hiking and adventure experience with the added dimension of being an educational trip for those interested in archaeology. The hike from the starting point to the cave entrance includes three stream crossings and passes through the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve. The hike is approximately 45 minutes in duration. Once in the caves you will spend several hours swimming, climbing, and exploring. Once in the inner chambers you will take off your shoes and explore in only your socks to prevent damage to the artifacts. This adventure is challenging, and a good level of physical fitness is required. The ability to swim is a plus as you will need to cross deep water to enter the cave and will be wading through water several times both inside and outside the caves.

WHAT TO WEAR: Light weight pants/shorts, socks, t shirt hiking, hiking shoes, or river shoes with covered toes
WHAT TO BRING: Changing clothes, Bug repellent, towel, and bag pack
TOUR INCLUDES: Necessary equipment, Transportation, guide, lunch, and water

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