Belize City

Altun ha, Cave Tubing & Belize zoo from Belize City

Visit the amazing Maya Temple!! After cool off on a trilling cave tubing ride followed by a tour of the wonderful Belize zoo….
from $175
⌚ 8 Hours

Altun Ha & Belize Zoo From Belize City

Here you can get a look at the national animal, the Tapir (Mountain Cow), and smell why the peccary …
from $125
⌚ 5 Hours

Private Altun Ha and Belize City Tour

Experience the great mysteries of this ancient Mayan Ruin while exploring them, next we head over to Belize city for a historical Belizean tour!!!…
from $94
⌚ 4 Hours

Altun Ha, Cave Tubing and Ziplining from Belize City

Come and explore the large Mayan Structure the was constructed many years ago, after cool off on a fun Cave tubing ride and also a thrilling Zipline …
from $200
⌚ 7 Hours

Belize Zoo & Museum of Belize Tour from Belize City

The zoo was created as a sanctuary for the country’s indigenous species and is now home to an impressive array of large cats, primates, reptiles and b…
from $256
⌚ 5 Hours

Altun Ha and Zipline Tour from Belize City

Enjoy a lovely day of exploration as you examine the large Mayan Ruin , after enjoy soaring over the jungle on fun Zipline rides!!!…
from $138
⌚ 5 Hours

Altun Ha and Cave Tubing Tour from Belize City

All Maya Temples are not created equal. Altun Ha is the nearest excavated Maya Temple to Belize City and is probably the most visited by Belizean scho…
from $125
⌚ 6 Hours

ATM Cave ( Actun Tunichil Muknal ) from Belize City

One of the most sacred cave’s to explore in the world, a great experience that should be on your bucket list!…
from $225
⌚ 2 Hours

Destination Information

Belize City is a lively mix of historic, colonial, and modern-day thriving society. Its eastern boundary runs along the Caribbean Sea which makes tourism a big part of the city’s economy. It is a cruise tourism port city and boasts two marine terminals from which boats go back and forth between the city and the islands of Belize. Belize City was once the capital of the country, but that changed after Hurricane Hattie when her vulnerability as a seaside city was exposed. The capital was moved inland to Belmopan, but this City has remained the Commercial Capital. It is a vibrant, dynamic city that is undergoing modernization to keep up the needs of its people and its growing tourism market.

This city centrally has the three largest hotels and conference rooms in the country. Visitors who want the tours but want more of a city experience may do the inland tours (Maya Temples, ATM cave, Zip lining, Cave tubing, or the Belize Zoo), or visit the nearby cayes of San Pedro and Caye Caulker during the day and get back in time to enjoy the comforts and nightlife of the city.

With a population of about 70,000, this city is also home to three of the country’s biggest hospitals and medical clinics. International music artists host concerts at various locations. As well, Belize City schools consistently score among the highest in countrywide and regional examinations. The National Carnival is held here in September. This amazing destination is the heartbeat of our nation, and a trip to our country is not complete without a stop here.