Belize cave tubing is located at Mile 37 on the George Price Highway. When you arrive at the junction of Mile 37, there is a cut off that includes a 6 miles drive to the rainforest. This area is known as Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve. This is where Belize cave tubing is located, and the only place in Belize where cave tubing is done. Just to word this better, we can say that Belize cave tubing is located at Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve. Due to Belize Cave tubing location, you can combine Belize cave tubing with jungle atv and zipline to create a full day of fun adventure.
Mean and Dangerous Adventures Belize cave tubing offers Belize cave tubing designed to last approximately 4 hours from most locations . As we drive to the Mean and Dangerous Adventures Belize Cave tubing site we will be narrating the History of Belize. We will be pointing out sites of interest as well. When we arrive at the cave tubing site we will be having a short restroom break. After the break you will be issued with a headlamp, life vest, and an inner tube. We will now start a 20 minute hike through the rain forest towards the entrance of the cave. As we hike we will be doing presentations in Medicinal Plants, Indian History, Fauna, and The Use of The Caves To The Mayan People. The tubing last approximately 1.5 hour
Mean and Dangerous Adventures Belize cave tubing is one of the most exciting adventure tours in Belize. Cave tubing is done in national reserve known as Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve. This area was once known as Jaguar Paw and Caves Branch Outpost. Located 37 miles one the western Highway, makes cave tubing accessible to visitors and locals from all over the country because it is located almost at the center of the country. Mean and Dangerous Adventures Belize Cave tubing can be combined with the following activities to create a full day of adventure: zipline, Belize zoo, Xunantunich mayan ruins, jungle atv, Cahal pech mayan ruins, and jungle horseback riding. The most popular Belize cave tubing package is Belize Cave Tubing and Mayan Ruins. This is a combination of cave tubing and Xunantunich Mayan Ruins, Cave Tubing and Altun Ha Mayan Ruins, or Cave Tubing and Cahal Pech Mayan Ruins.
Guests driving themselves to our facility need to contact us in advance, so we make arrangements for your arrival.
Kids are welcome to participate in Mean and Dangerous Adventures Belize cave tubing. Kids need to be 5 years old or 40 inches tall to participate in Mean and Dangerous Adventures Belize cave tubing.
Guests staying in Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker, and San Pedro need to board one of the early water taxi or flights to Belize City. When you arrive in Belize City one of our representatives will meet you with a sign that reads your name.
Cave tubing in Belize is safe. Safety is our #1 priority. To secure each group, the group is dived in groups of 8 whilst keeping the groups together. Kids are taken special care of. Depending on the group size, we assign a tour guide to the kids to ensure their safety.
Wear the following for cave tubing in Belize: swim suites or shorts, bug spray, water shoes, and bring along an extra change of clothes.
Mean and Dangerous Adventures Belize Cave Tubing is located at mile 37 on the George Price Highway in Frank Eddy Village.
Self Drive To Mean and Dangerous Adventures Belize Cave Tubing:
Every group driving themselves need to contact us in advance, allowing us to prepare for your arrival. After you have contacted us we will send you GPS coordinates that will direct you to our meeting point. This is for safety reasons. We don't want you to get lost in the rainforest. USD$60.00 per/ person with lunch for groups driving themselves to our location.