8 days, 7 nights Vacation Package
The Eco-Adventure Archaeology Belize Vacation Package is one of our most booked packages, it takes you inland to the Cayo District. Belize has so much to offer that it is near impossible to fit all into a short vacation. From the traditions and history of the Fascinating Maya, the tropical rain-forest with its abundance of birds, wild animal’s flora and fauna you wont be disappointed.
San Ignacio Hotel Choices: Maidas, San Ignacio Hotel, Maya Mountain Lodge
Belize City Accommodations Choices: The Great House, Belize Biltmore Plaza Best Western, Ramada Princess Hotel
Please note that we can customize for Luxury Options.

Rate is off peak rate. Please contact us first before booking for peak rates from December 15 to January 15. We can Customize this package with luxury accommodations as well.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Meet and Greet at the International Airport
Vacation Package Duration 8 days, 7 nights.
INCLUDED
Local Flights, Transfers Licensed guides, Tours
Accommodations with all taxes. All entrance fees
NOT INCLUDED
Lunch, Dinner, Alcoholic Beverages
Guide gratuity
International Flights!

Please bring along sunblock, cap, towel, bug repellent. Please note that there is a minimum of two persons for this vacation package. After your booking we will be in touch with all information on your vacation package. Feel free to post the contact us form prior to booking. ALL PRICES IN US DOLLARS

Rate is off peak rate. Please contact us first before booking for peak rates from December 15 to January 15. We can Customize this package with luxury accommodations as well.

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Day 1 – Arrival in Belize

Meet and greet at the airport, including porter fees.  Transfer to San Ignacio and check into your hotel.  (approximately 3 hours transfer depending on hotel).  Meet and greet guide will remain with clients on the transfer to all hotels.
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Day 2 – Xunantunich & Barton Creek Canoe Trip

Today we take a tour to the famous sites of Xunantunich, situated on the banks of the Mopan River located just outside the town of San Ignacio. Enjoy a local lunch and also have time to explore San Ignacio before continuing on towards the Pine Forest Region of Belize to the entrance of Barton Creek Cave. Board canoes which are expertly manoeuvred by the guide to take down the river, into the underground cave system to explore the beautiful formations and ancient Maya ceremony sites. Includes entrance fees, guide, canoe, life jacket, torches and lunch. Dinner and overnight in San Ignacio area.
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Day 3 – Caracol & Mountain Pine Ridge

Today guests travel on dirt roads through the pine forest region and down into the rainforest to the largest, most impressive Maya Site in Belize. Caracol stands on beautiful rainforest scenery covering some 35square miles and with 36,000 structures marked so far. On the way back, enjoy a swim in the beautiful Rio Frio Pools and explore the famous Rio Frio Caves Includes entrance fees, guide and picnic lunch.  Dinner and overnight in San Ignacio area. 
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Day 4 – Cave Tubing

Morning transfer to Sibun Caves Branch archaeological park where guests will enjoy the famous Caves Branch, Cave Tubing tour where you float effortlessly downstream through several caverns and in and out of rainforest clearings. After the tubing, guests enjoy lunch before going back to hotel in San Ignacio.
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Day 5 – Into Guatemala - Tikal Day Trip

An early start today for an adventure to transfer across the border into Guatemala. (Border fees not included). Today we visit the world famous site of Tikal and explore the huge temples lost deep in the Guatemalan rainforest and enjoy seeing a variety of tropical animals including howler and spider monkeys, pizotes, toucans and many other tropical birds. After a few hours exploring the site, enjoy lunch and then head back across the border back into Belize. Includes entrance fees, guide and lunch. Dinner and overnight in San Ignacio area.
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Day 6 – Belize Zoo and Baboon Sanctuary

Visit the Belize Zoo where rescued animals are kept in spacious compounds of their natural habitat. Many are endangered species which include jaguars, tapirs, black howler monkeys and much more. After lunch we continue to the Howler Monkey sanctuary was created by the local residents and farmers who had by necessity cut into the various runs the monkeys traditional inhabited. To preserve the integrity of these runs a system of rope walks was constructed in order to allow the monkeys to move from one feeding point to another without having to come to ground where they are vulnerable. Visitors can be guided into areas frequented by the monkeys and get a first hand view of how they live.  Includes entrance fees, guide and picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight in Belize Biltmore in Belize City.
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Day 7 – Lamanal Site and the New River Boat Trip

Today’s tour offers a great insight into both our Mayan legacy and the diverse natural history of the country. First we drive to Tower Hill just outside Orange Walk where we board our boat and head out along the river where we will see lost of birds and wildlife, perhaps even Morlets crocodiles and Manatee. Then we arrive to a large lagoon where on the Northern bank nestled amongst the rainforest is the famous site of Lamanai (submerged crocodile). Here we have a guided tour of the museum and the site including lunch. We follow the trails through the forest to the numerous structures and pyramids the most impressive of which is the 108 Feet tall ‘El Castillo’, one of the largest Pre-classic structures in the Maya world. After an active few hours of hiking and climbing pyramids it will be time to retrace our steps for the return journey back to Belize City.  Includes entrance fees, guide and picnic lunch.  Dinner and overnight in Belize Biltmore in Belize City.
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Day 8 – Time to say goodbye

Today we transfer to Phillip Goldson International Airport and change planes to fly to the beach destination of your choice or back home .
Belize Vacation Package
Keel Billed Toucan at the Belize Zoo
Lucky Boy at the Belize Zoo
West Frieze Xunantunich
Tikal, Peen Guatemala
Caracol
Altun Ha and Community Baboon Sanctuary