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Atm Cave Tour From Belize City

Guide to Atm  cave tour from Belize City. Your transportation  leaves Belize City  at 7:30 am and arrives in Tea Kettle Village at 8:45am. A 30 minute transfer in a van takes you to the entrance of the reserve. Then, a 45 minute hike through the Tapir Mountain Reserve, through jungle crossing creeks along the way (be on the look out for the tapirs).  Enjoy a quick snack and orientation from your guide on cave history, preservation and safety, then onward to the cave entrance and the fascinating Maya underworld. The three hour tour is filled with excitement and wonder as you swim and climb to the inner chamber seeing Maya pottery used for sacrifices to the gods, along the way. The culmination of the tour is the Crystal Maiden, a young virgin sacrifice, and “The Cathedral”, with its stalactite and stalagmite formations. You leave the cave at 1:10pm to have lunch and then depart at 2:30pm for arrival in Belize City.

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This tour is for the adventurer and involves moderate to intense activity level.

What to bring:

  • comfortable clothing
  • a spare set of dry clothes
  • repellent
  • sturdy walking shoes are recommended.
  • USD $185.00 per person
  • Visitors staying on Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker, and San Pedro are required to board the 6:30 am or the 6:00 am water taxi to Belize City.

    If you are flying to Belize City, board the 7:00 am flight to Belize City.

    Everyone is required to pay in cash when they meet their tour guide/ driver

Click Here To Book  

For last minute reservations and immediate assistance call: 011-501-600-2631

Please keep in mind that the prices of our tours may vary depending on the number of persons booking. This is because we offer strictly private tours.


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