Toucans, motmots, kiskadees, tanagers, hummingbirds, woodpeckers and owls are just some of the 350 species of birds found in the Chaa Creek area. Let our specialised birding guides help you cross that sought-after species off your list.
To see Blue Morphos emerge from their chrysalises to become cobalt blue, mesmerizing giant butterflies is an unforgettable sight. This is a rare opportunity to see one of nature’s most striking and beautiful metamorphoses.
This classic period site provides a stunning 360 degree vista of the surrounding towns and villages atop "El Castillo", one of the tallest structures in Belize that rises some 40 meters above plaza level.
Caracol is Belize's largest known Mayan site and one of the biggest in the Mundo Maya, located in the Chiquibul Forest Reserve. Your driver guide may sometimes point out fresh tracks of jaguars or tapirs in the area, and a jaguar sighting as much as it is rare, is possible.
Cahal Pech, meaning "Place of Ticks" in the Maya language is located on a hill overlooking the beautiful town of San Ignacio Belize. The vast contrast from town life to a rich jungle environment is evident here, and makes Cahal Pech a unique Mayan Ruin to visit.
The displays acquaint visitors with Belizean nature and Maya culture, leaving them with a better understanding and appreciation of the world around them.