Waterfall Cave Expedition
About our Waterfall Cave Expedition
Explore this river cave as spectacular crystal formations loom above and ancient Maya ceremonial centers are hidden inside the chambers of this mist-shrouded kingdom. Gear up to climb a total of seven waterfalls located hundreds of feet under the limestone mountain ridge above. Return by jumping off the waterfalls into the pools below.
This isn’t for the faint of heart! The Waterfall Cave Expedition is for physically fit individuals who are ready to tackle the ultimate climbing adventure.
Get ready to brave seven different waterfalls in a single day! This tour is no picnic, it is for physically fit individuals who are ready to tackle the ultimate climbing adventure.
The tour begins with a vigorous 30-minute hike through the jungle followed by 45 minutes of trekking through an enormous cave located hundreds of feet below the limestone mountain. Spectacular crystal formations loom above as you explore this mist-shrouded kingdom and ancient Maya ceremonial chambers.
Next, it’s a wet slippery upward climb to the top of the waterfalls and then the true fun begins, including a well-deserved plunge into the refreshing pools below.
At the end of the day, you return by either jumping off each waterfall into the pools below, or for those less adventurous, you can be lowered down on belay.
But wait! Where will we have lunch?
In the cave of course…complete with a white tablecloth and candelabra.
You finish the Belize waterfall cave tour with a three-kilometer hike through the forest to where a driver will be waiting to bring you back to the lodge for a swim or dip in the hot tub before dinner where you can share the tale of your
All participants must be fit and agile. There is a 30-minute jungle hike at the beginning and end of the tour. Age Recommendation, is mature 10 yrs old and up.
To experience this once-in-a-lifetime adventure I would recommend booking with Untame Belize.
What is included:
Private guide, transportation to and from your accommodation, bottled water, lunch, all touring equipment and all park fees
What to bring:
camera, sunscreen, insect repellant, change of clothes
What to wear:
Comfortable hiking clothes, hiking shoes or wet shoes