Exploring Belize Nature
Belize has one of the most ecologically diverse and abundant landscapes anywhere on the planet. Guests staying at Black Orchid Resort can experience the amazing abundance of nature while on this tour, visiting five of the country's most magnificent waterfalls with the chance to take a refreshing dip in the receiving pools below. The ancient Maya which once inhabited Belize believed that caves were sacred locations where the world of the gods intersected with the world of men. This tour will take you to two of the most important caves in Belize where the ancient Maya once buried their sacred dead and performed religious rites.
Big Rock and 5 Sister Falls
Deep in the Mountain Pine Ridge area, Big Rock & 5 Sisters Falls delight visitors with waterfall treasures, spectacular vistas and cool refreshing swimming for visitors. The hike to see the waterfalls is fairly easy and beautiful all along the way.
Thousand Foot Falls, Rio On Pools And Rio Frio Cave
This tour allows you to see all three attractions on a single trip. At the Rio Frio Cave, two 65-foot arched entryways leave you in awe. Huge stalactites hang from the massive cathedral-like vault, which the Maya used to bury their dead.
St. Herman’s Cave And Inland Blue Hole
Refresh your mind and body in this unique park with a swim in the sapphire waters of the Blue Hole, a visit to the subterranean depths of St. Herman's Cave, or a hike on the nature trails with their breathtaking views.