Belize Island Glamping and Jungle Adventure

From USD $3,199.00
  • Duration: 8 Days (approx.)
  • Location: Belize city
  • Product code: P1XWDG

Glamp on a remote Caribbean island paradise, explore the rainforest jungle, and uncover ancient Mayan ruins on our 8 Day, Women Only, Small Group Adventure Tour in Belize.

Trade endless staff meetings for a heart-thumping collision of mainland jungle exploration and remote island glamping on a UNESCO designated Marine Preserve?! Forgive us, but you aren’t going to BELIZE this trip.   

Your adventure in Belize will encompass the best adrenaline pumping jungle activities on the mainland and the serene, remote island experience in the middle of the Caribbean Sea on a UNESCO designated Marine Preserve.

During the first half of your adventure you’ll explore Mayan ruins, navigate caves featuring 3,000 year old artifacts, and immerse yourself in the Belizean Jungle embarking on new adventures each day.

You’ll learn to rappel and descend 250 feet from the top of a waterfall with views as far as the turquoise Caribbean Sea. You’ll zip-line 2.5 miles through Bocawina National Park over the jungle canopy enjoying Belize from a bird’s eye view.  You’ll channel your inner Indiana Jones as you strap on your headlamp and step back in time 3,000 years into the depths of a cave with Mayan artifacts and ceremonial alters. To top it off, you’ll wander the archaeological grounds of Xunantunich where an ancient civilization of over 200,000 people thrived until 1,000 years ago when it was mysteriously abandoned. During your adventures on the mainland, you’ll stay in a Rainforest Eco-Lodge powered completely by hydroelectricity and solar with your gang of Explorer Chick gal pals.

On the second half of your Belize Adventure, you’ll be whisked away from the mainland and travel by boat 36 miles to a remote island Glamping base camp for the next 5 days and 4 nights. Glover’s Reef Marine Preserve is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is 1 of only 4 atolls in the western hemisphere. The turquoise waters are host to over 700 patch reefs and is considered one of the richest tropical marine environments in the Caribbean. The waters here are exceptionally clear because of its isolation from the mainland making it a utopia for spotting marine life and water activities. Hello, coral reefs and all the fishies!