Go Inland to Visit the Jungle
Full day mainland tours include transportation to and from Thatch Caye Resort, packed picnic lunch, tour permit fees and services of a tour guide. Mainland tours require a minimum of 4 people.
Zip Line & Waterfall Rapel
Zip line the longest zip line in Belize. It’s over a mile and a half of zipping with a beautiful view. After 12 platforms and 8 runs of zipping, fill your belly with a delicious lunch provided by Mama Noots’ restaurant. You will then get into gear and venture on a guided hike to Bocawina Falls where you will have the opportunity to rappel one hundred feet down the falls! After reaching the falls you’ll strap up and just lean back. With the sound of gushing water and beautiful scenery, your guide will educate you on your rappel. After your brief intro you’ll enjoy 100 ft of water rappel battle, hold on tight the water will be coming at you. After a tiring but AMAZING decent, enjoy the nature pool at the foot of the waterfall, there after you’ll hike back to the starting point. It’s a two hour plus jungle affair.
Minimum 4 participants
Caves Branch River Cave Expedition
Your underground expedition takes you off the beaten path to explore ancient Mayan ceremonial centers, pottery, artifacts, altars, obsidian blood letting blades, jade and the actual footprints of the Shaman and priests that date back to 400 A.D.
Imagine the experience as you float through an underground cathedral, turning your lights off and floating away into time as your professional guide shares with you the history of the caves and the Mayan world. For lunch, your guides will prepare a underground riverside picnic spread complete with picnic blanket, tortillas with cold cuts, juice, and fresh fruits and vegetables. Eating your lunch by headlight, to the sounds of the underground caves while chatting with your fellow adventurers will be an experience you will not soon forget.
Minimum 4 participants
Black Hole Drop
The “Mother of all Caves”... Actun Loch Tunich! Not for the faint of heart. Start with a vigorous hike up into the foothills of the Maya Mountains to the mouth of the cave. The edge of the Actun Loch Tunich sink hole sits over 300 feet above the basin below, 200 feet above the rain forest canopy that grows out from the sink hole basin.
Our fully trained caving guides rig a system of rappelling ropes for your descent to the basin below. The first 10 feet provides the adrenaline, the next 200 feet provides an unforgettable experience and sights to behold, the last 100 feet takes you down through the rain forest canopy. The sink hole is
not actually black, but you can’t see the bottom from where you start. Once you’re at the bottom you rest with a delicious picnic lunch.
The next question is... how do we get you out? Climb of course! After a return hike including some rock climbing, ladder climbing, and a lot of sweating, it’s just a short ride back to the lodge for a dip in the natural saltwater pool with a well deserved cold drink.