Belize Tours

Exploring Belize on an overland tour will be an incredible experience, most itineraries include visits to places like Belize City, San Ignacio and Caye Culker. Search trips today.


Belize Tours

Book a Tour to Belize

Most tours start in Belize City where you will have time to explore on a walking tour, there are lots of museums, tourist sights and also cafes and restaurants. You might get to visit San Ignacio which is located close to dense jungle which you will have time to wonder around and learn more about the Mayan civilization who used to live in this region of the world. You will also get to visit the ancient Mayan ruins of Cahal Pech and also cross into Guatemala to see the impressive Tikal ruins. These are some of the best riuins in the world and located in a spectacular area deep in the jungle. 

Tours in Belize are not super cheap but if you book if you are travelling as part of a pre-booked Central America tour these will be included in the price. If you need any help booking a tour in Belize please get in touch or if you have ever joined a tour in Belize and would like to review or share your experience please contact us. 


Popular Destinations

Our featured Belize tours will let you experience the highlights of the country including beautiful beaches, Caye Culker, San Ignacio & Tikal. Some tours finish in the spectacular laidback island of Caye Caulker. This is one of the best islands in the Caribbean and there are lots of sporting activities like snorkelling and scuba diving or you could just relax on the beach. There are departures all year round.




ATM Cave Tours in Belize

The ATM cave tour is easily one of the best tours to do Belize but it is currently rated number one in the world! According to the guide, it's a few votes from being a world heritage site so watch this space. This experience involves a 40 min trek through the rainforest to the entrance of the cave; small swim to get to the starting point and then 2 hours of walking, crawling, wading, climbing through small crevices, cracks, streams and rocks as you head deeper and deeper into the cave that was used by the Mayans for sacrifices and rituals. There are some amazing rock formations in there as well. Once you reach the top chambers, you will be shown artefacts of skeletons, pots etc and told their significance. This is a very unique experience and although you are wet the whole time, it's just really cool to be going through the cave with nothing but your helmet light in front of you! This is as close to feeling like Indiana Jones as it gets! Most people really enjoyed the tour and it is easy to see why it's so popular.



Tikal Tours from Belize

From Belize you can head to the border to cross into Guatemala. There are lots of local guides working at Tikal and you should have a good 3-5 hours looking around the various temples, pyramids and artefacts there depending on how long you want to spend. You will be very impressed by this site, some areas still haven't been excavated yet and are just heaps of mould and dense vegetation so you get an idea of the massive job it took to dig everything else up! We bet most people take hundreds of pictures here and there is the option to climb a whole heap of stairs to the top of a temple for spectacular views for miles around. A day spent exploring Tikal will be well worth it.




Jaguar & Wildlife Tours in Belize

There are Jaguar Reserve and wildlife tours available but you will need certain numbers to make these possible. This will be an amazing way to see the exotic animals which live in this country.



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