There are a lot of things to do in Belize. In the Cayo district, ecotourism is under the spotlight. Culture, history, nature and wildlife are what you come for.


Adventures such as Mayan site exploration, cave tubing, zip lining, floating on the river and enjoy the beauty of the waterfalls, horseback riding, birds watching, listening to the sounds of the howler monkeys which you can see from your own cottage are only few of them.


Our tour operator can assist you with the planning of your activities and create amazing packages tailored to your needs. It can also include a transportation service if you need pick up, drop off, transfers to and from any location in Belize.


Below are most of the activities you can do in our wonderful region of Belize.

The Mayan Adventures

You can't say that you have seen Belize without digging through a rich part of its history. The Mayan civilization is fascinating and is an absolute must do while visiting this small charming country. Sites such as Cahal Pech, El Pilar, Xunantunich, Caracol, Lamanai, Altun Ha, Che Chem Ha and even Tikal in Guatemala awaits.

The Wildlife Adventures

What to say about the outstanding wildlife of Belize!? It is a complete paradise for birders with so many different species to see throughout the country. Ever heard a howler monkey? You will simply be impressed by their sound. If you love horseback riding, you will be well served with nice healthy well taken care horses for a ride in the jungle or for a visit to the Xunantunich Mayan ruins.

The Zip Lining & Cave Tubing 


Feeling outdoorsy? Well if you like being active and want to feel a small adrenaline rush you may want to try out zip lining or a smooth tube ride on the flowing river while going through several ancient caves used by the Mayas where you will see potteries and artifacts.

The Eco-Community

& The Macal River

Your visit will definitely worth looking at what nature has to offer around us. We are located in the Better in Belize Eco-Community where you can source your own organic produces from the wide gardens every week and even feed the chicken or dive into the majestic Vaca Lake, part of the Macal River Valley, while seeing impressive waterfalls. Plus you will get to see and hear plenty of howler monkeys aroun