The Belize Ultimate Adventure takes you far from the usual tourist path with a varied itinerary that explores Belize’s different cultures, tropical rainforest, wild rivers, remote villages and finishes with a journey 36 miles out to sea to a stunningly beautiful and pristine coral atoll. This trip is a perfect match for those looking for an active, adventurous vacation that encompasses the very best that Belize has to offer.
Explore Mayan villages with rich indigenous culture and stunning scenery
Camp at a tropical rainforest setting in the Moho River Valley
Experience multi-sport trip explores the rivers, rainforests, history, culture, tropical islands and coral reefs of Belize
Arrive at the Belize International Airport and meet your guide. Transfer to the Bird's Eye View Lodge in the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary and check in to your room. Enjoy some time getting to know your fellow travelers and enjoy dinner. If time permits, explore Crooked Tree Village, one of Belize’s oldest Creole settlements. The Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, with its swamps, wetlands and four lagoons, provides an ideal resting place for thousands of migrating and
Day 2-3: Jungle Camping | Moho River Valley
2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners
From Bocawina we travel south, into the Mayan homeland of Belize, an area of rich indigenous culture and stunning scenery. Your guides teach the skills you need to confidently paddle your inflatable kayak in moving water before starting our journey down Belize's most beautiful rainforest rivers.
Wake to a tropical rainforest setting in the Moho River Valley that feels straight out of a storybook. Today we break contact completely with the outside world as we follow the Moho River through canyons and lush rainforest. Each bend reveals the dynamic nature of the river with calm meandering sections and stretches of exciting rapids and chutes. Our evenings along the river include storytelling and night walks in the jungle.
In the morning, as we descend out of the Maya Mountains the river changes its nature, widens and begins to meander into the coastal plains. On route back to Bocawina we stop for lunch at the ancient Mayan city of Lubaantun, a beautiful ridgetop site overlooking the Columbia River Valley. Settle into your room and pamper yourself with all the amenities of our boutique lodge. We’ll gather at the bar before enjoying dinner at the Wild Fig restaurant
Even though we’ve changed from a riverside camp to a comfortable lodge, we’re still in the midst of a pristine rainforest. Today we’ll hike to hidden waterfalls with astounding views all the way to the Caribbean Sea, you can choose to rappel down a waterfall and, one of the special attractions of Bocawina Lodge, a thrilling two and a half mile rainforest canopy zipline course on the lodge property
After an early breakfast we travel to the coast and then, by chartered boat, 36 miles offshore to our private Basecamp on Southwest Caye within Glover’s Reef Marine Reserve. In this incomparable setting of turquoise waters and living coral reefs we have four perfect days of paddling sea kayaks and SUPs, snorkeling, sailing and fishing. And best of all, your Basecamp staff are dedicated to making sure your stay is beyond special, so expect to eat delicious meals and be pampered between your daily adventures
Day 10: Return Home
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch
Our boat charter back to the mainland departs the atoll late-morning returning to the town of Dangriga, from here our logistics staff assist with connecting you to the next leg of your journey or to the international airport.
This was my first experience with Adventure Life - and I couldn't have been more pleased with the trip. The guides and local staff in both Buenos Aires and Uruguay were terrific - extremely helpful and accommodating. I really enjoyed meeting the friendly staff in Buenos Aires in person (I left my bags with them for the afternoon).