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Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary has the world’s highest concentration of big cats in the world. In addition to jaguars, this 98 000 acre Jaguar Reserve is home to jaguarundis, pumas, ocelots and margays. There is also a lot of â€œcat foodâ€ to be found including agouties, anteaters, armadillos, tapirs, Brocket deer, coatis, kinkajous, otters, pacas, and peccaries. There are lots of birds to be seen while hiking in this beautiful wildlife refuge. There are lots of hiking paths ranging from easy to strenuous to explore with the waterfall on the way to Ben’s Bluff being a popular spot where you can take a refreshing swim. Check out the plane a short hike off the road and read the amazing story of how it came to be there. The tour leaves Placencia at 08:00 am and returns at around 4:30 pm.
Monkey River is one of the oldest communities in Belize, the village got it's name from the Howler Monkey's whom inhabit the lush jungle canopy that stretches the 5 mile river system.
The Garifuna people make up just four percent of Belize’s population, but they are one of the country’s most iconic cultures. An Afro-Caribbean people, the Garifuna are renowned for their traditional drumming, iconic foods, and music. This tour includes a trip to the Garifuna village of Seine Bight in Placencia or the Garifuna village of Hopkins located on the Caribbean coast. Participants will enjoy authentic, home-cooked Garifuna foods while enjoying a live performance of traditional Garifuna drumming. An introductory Garifuna drumming lesson is also included.
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Hike up to witness the Cockscomb Waterfalls and ride inner tubes down the South Stann Creek River along with a chance to spot a wide variety of wildlife at a nature reserve in Belize. You will be greeted by magnificent landscapes and vegetation during your hike here.
Check out the most famous ancient Maya site ever discovered - Tikal which is located just across the western border of Belize in Guatemala. This collection of ancient ruins (temples, pyramids) will let know the story about the Mayan Empire!
Cruise on the Monkey River and spot Howler monkeys, toucans, manatees, giant iguanas, crocodiles, and other species that call this river their home. Also witness the local residents participating in traditional fishing and other daily tasks. Top this off with an authentic meal.
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