Belize: Mayans, Monkeys & Marine Life

  • Overview

    A Belize family vacation offers a huge variety of adventure in a tiny Central American country! The natural diversity of towering mountains, lush tropical rainforests, and the second largest barrier reef in the world gives your family the chance to hike gorgeous trails, zip-line over canopies, tube through caves, and snorkel a fascinating and colorful underwater world!

    Here are some ideas for your custom family vacation in Belize!

    Snorkel the Great Blue Hole of the Barrier Reef

    Being the second largest barrier reef in the world, there is plenty of aquatic life to snorkel with at the famous Blue Hole from magnificent tropical fish, eagle rays, and moray eels, to dolphins, turtles, and barracudas.

    Explore the Tikal Ruins

    Cross into Guatemala and discover the amazing Mayan ruin complex at Tikal. Explore its main temple that rises 230 feet above the surrounding rainforest canopy and find uncovered temples, shrines, ceremonial platforms, and plazas.

    Jaguar Paw Cave Tubing

    After hiking up a jungle trail, climb into a tube and let the river do the rest of the work as you take an exciting float journey through an underground cave.

    Jungle Trek at Rio Blanco

    Trek through the jungle of Rio Blanco National Park crossing streams and stopping at waterfalls for snack breaks and picnics.

    Barton Creek Cave Canoeing

    Paddle through three miles of cave chambers that cut directly through a mountain using a powerful spotlight to guide your way.

    This is a sample of ideas. Please give us a call to discuss creating a full itinerary.

Starts at



8 days

Activity Level


Your family will spend most of your time relaxing and not expending too much energy. These adventures are easy! Every member of your family will be comfortable and able to take part in this adventure no matter their fitness level.
Starts at



7 days

Activity Level


Active trips revolve around multi-sport activities that keep your family outside and having fun! Your family will spend more time interacting with the elements and exploring than sitting on a beach or inside of a museum. These activities are not always physically demanding but they can be and do require a basic level of fitness.