Local Tours

Tours: ($USD) Price includes Lower Dover Pick-up/Drop off

ATM Cave – $110
The Belize ATM Cave (Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave) is the most impressive cave in Belize and the Maya Lowland. This Cave was a sacred place to the prehistoric Mayas of Belize who began using the entrance during the early classic period (300-600AD). read more

Tikal -$145 (add $20 for round trip transport to San Ignacio)
Tikal is a great classic Maya city mysteriously abandoned around AD 900 and was home to approximately 100,000 Maya people. Tikal is one of the wonders of ancient world. Driving across the border you will go through several villages and pass three lakes and entering the park you will encounter a jungle setting, rich in flora, fauna and wildlife. Huge temples 212ft high rise up in the middle of the jungle. read more

Caracol -$95
The ancient Maya Ruin of Caracol is located on the western edge of the Maya mountains, within the Chiquibul Forest Reserve. Caracol sits on a high plateau, some 500 meters above sea level. The site was discovered in 1938 by Rosa Mai, a logger looking for Mahogany. read more

Xunantunich – $65
Xunantunich is located atop a ridge above the Mopan River, within sight of the Guatemala border. Its name means “Stone Woman” in the Maya language (Mopan and Yucatec combination name), and, like many names given to Maya archaeological sites, is a modern name; the ancient name is currently unknown. The “Stone Woman” refers to the ghost of a woman claimed by several people to inhabit the site, beginning in 1892. She is dressed completely in white, and has fire-red glowing eyes. She generally appears in front of “El Castillo”, ascends the stone stairs, and disappears into a stone wall. read more

Mt. Pine Ridge -$75
Lower Dover provides excellent access to the attractions found in the Mountain Pine Ridge via the Georgeville Road. Sites to see include Hidden Valley / 1,000 Foot Falls, Caracol, Rio Frio Cave, and the Rio On Pools. All four attractions can be seen in one day but you have to plan for a full day’s adventure. Paving the road from just beyond the Guacamaya Bridge to Caracol has helped to reduce the travel time but the remaining roads are dirt and care should be taken. read more

Canoeing -$50 per canoe
The Cayo District is blessed with the Macal and Mopan Rivers which form the Belize River just outside San Ignacio at Branch Mouth. All are excellent for canoeing with the Mopan being the most challenging. read more

Cave Canoeing -$75
on Big Barton Creek, the headwaters originate up stream from Barton Creek Cave. Access to the cave is through a Mennonite settlement, read more

Cave Tubing -$95
You will travel the Western Highway en route to the Caves Branch Archaeological Site where you will be cave tubing. During you trip, your guide will learn historical and geographical facts about Belize. read more