Belize Cave Tubing Tour
Cave tubing is one of the most popular things to do in Belize. The tour begins with a short nature hike through the jungle to the entrance of the cave. Enjoy a gentle cruise through the Caves Branch River System, one of the largest and most spectacular sacred caves known as "Xibalba", the Mayan Underworld.
While floating through the huge chambers be enchanted by all sizes of stalactites and stalagmites below a ceiling that sparkles like stars in the sky. Your licensed guide will give you a brief history of the Ancient Mayas, point out cave dwelling creatures and a beautiful waterfall flowing within the cave system. The Cave Tubing Tour in Belize ends with a fun ride over rapids followed by a slow scenic cruise along the river. Sit back, relax and enjoy the perfect view of the jungle, cool river, and an occasional songbird
The access point is at mile 37 on the Western Highway, one hour away from San Ignacio. It also includes a forty-minute hike through the jungle. After you float down the river, you will arrive at the same spot that you entered.
At this same location, the visitor also has the opportunity to do zip lining.
Belize Cave Tubing Tips and Advisory
- Swimming wear and a change of clothes
- Camera (preferably waterproof)
- Sun screen
- Bug spray
- Water shoes (closed toe).
Please take note that The Cave Tubing experience is slightly moderate. The Cave Tubing tour is the experience of floating through a cave system. You will sit safely in an air-filled tube with a life vest and a helmet fitted with a light. Plan a vacation with Kawiil Tours and experience nature in a whole new way.
- Tour Rates: please contact us
- 2 person minimum
- Tours include Lunch, Transportation, Licensed Guide, Entrance Fee, Bottle Water, Soda, Tour Equipment.
Belize Cave Tubing tour leaves San Ignacio: 8:30 AM
The Cave Tubing Experience with Luis
Kawiil Tours is an inbound tour operator for Belize and is owned and operated by Luis Zaiden. Luis grew up in San Ignacio Town, Cayo district in the beautiful foothills of the Maya mountain. From a young age, Luis had a passion for history and nature. He spent most of his childhood with his friends playing in the river and also playing hide and seek in what is now Cahal Pech Archeological site. Nevertheless, that came to an end when he went to high school and eventually started working in Belize City.
KaWiil Tours offers the best of Western Belize. Luis and his licensed tour guides are well-trained and highly educated in Maya History. Travelers refer to Luis as having an "Encyclopedic Memory" of nature and history.