Cayo & San Ignacio

360 Panorama of Caves Branch River

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Use your mouse to click and move the Panorama 360 degrees! This jungle river winds through mountains, broad-leaf forests and through a system of water caves that form the Caves Branch River and Cave System. One of the most popular tours in Belize is tubing on this river through the caves on inner tubes. However,

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360 Panorama of Five Sisters Waterfall

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Use your mouse to click and move the Panorama 360 degrees! This waterfall got it’s name because the water forms 5 separate streams as it rolls over the rocks and boulders, hence the name Five Sisters. This is just one of the many waterfalls you’ll find in the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve in the

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Danielle & Josh’s Belize Anniversary Vacation Album

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Danielle and Josh planned an unforgettable Belize vaction to celebrate their 10 year anniversary. They stayed the first few nights in the Cayo District where they explored Maya ruins, went cave tubing and flew through the jungle canopy on zip lines. They then headed to Caye Caulker to relax by the sea for the rest

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Caracol Maya Ruins

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Caracol is the most extensive Maya site in Belize and one of the largest in the Maya world… Caracol (The Snail) was built during the Classic Period (AD 200-1000) when the Maya’s greatest temples were erected and their civilization flourished. The city core covers 15 square miles, but during its peak the city radiated from

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Sarah & Ben’s Belize Vacation Album

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Sarah and Ben spent a week exploring the jungles of the Cayo District and then relaxing on the beaches of Placencia. Some of the sites they visited during their Belize vacation included the Maya Ruins of Caracol, the ATM Cave and the Silk Cayes. In Sarah’s own words, “We wanted to take a special trip to a

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Andre’s Belize Vacation

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Andre Walther recently visited Belize all the way from Germany. Along with his girlfriend they explored the jungles of Orange Walk and Cayo. Then they moved on to the island of Caye Caulker to relax for a few days and snorkel the Barrier Reef. Some of the sites they visited during their vacation included the Maya Ruins of

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Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Cave

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The spirits of the Maya still permeate through the abundance of artifacts found in this majestic and beautiful cave… Actun Tunichil Muknal (Cave of the Stone Sepulcher) was first discovered in 1989 and intensively studied there after. The cave’s majestic natural beauty and unique Mayan artifacts made it the subject for a National Geographic documentary.

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Video of Black Hole Drop Rappelling

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  The “mother of all caves” Actun Loch Tunich is a massive limestone sinkhole where you will repel straight down over 300 feet… The Black Hole is a large sinkhole where the ground has caved into an underlying cave, forming a huge hole in the ground that drops 300 feet. The hike to the sinkhole

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Video of Mountain Pine Ridge Waterfalls

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  Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve covers 300 square miles of pine forests on the slopes of the Maya Mountain Range. This mountainous terrain with many rivers forms numerous waterfalls. Thousand Foot Falls drops deep down a river valley and is one of the largest waterfalls in Central America. Big Rock Waterfall is a huge waterfall

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Cayo District

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Nature at its Best The Cayo district is the country’s most popular jungle destination, which is easy to understand when you consider its diverse jungle habitats and beautiful scenery, as well as the fact that it has the highest concentration of Mayan ruins and caves in the country. Jungle rivers like the Sibun, Mopan &

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