Who is cave tubing for?
Cave tubing is a great activity for families, singles, or couples and groups are not a problem. As long as you have a guide and a tube, you’re set to go off in search of your path and explore this unique and historical side of Belize. While you don’t need to know how to swim, it’s recommended.
Where to try cave tubing?
Cutting through Mayan Mountains, Belize’s Cave Branch River is a top-class waterway for cave tubing exploration. Through this path, visitors will wind around archaeological dig sites and the legendary Jaguar Paw, site of 1,000-year-old shards of pottery and clay statues, underwater waterfalls and a spiritual cove used by the Mayans to reflect on the afterlife.
A rougher river system of rapids fueled by downfalls of rains, the Sibun River is a more challenging tubing system, but a fantastic adventure. On this system, have your eyes peeled for extra-large stalactites that have been hanging from the cave ceilings for centuries.
Cave tubing can be combine with Zip Line Tour for a exciting day out!