Nohoch Che’en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve

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Cave tubing in Belize

Located 30 minutes southeast of Belmopan City, Nohoch Cheʼen Caves Branch is an archaeological reserve consisting of an extensive network of limestone caves surrounded by dense rainforest. With the Caves Branch River flowing through some of the caves, it is a popular destination for cave-tubing and spelunking. A zip-line canopy tour can also be done on-site, which is often added as a 2-in-1 adventure.

Cave Tubing tour

Belize Cave Tubing

Cave Tubing is a refreshing adventure in Belize. It’s loads of fun since it’s an interesting way to mix river tubing and Maya cave exploration. For this adventure, guests are provided with a tour guide, a river tube, and headlamps to see inside the caves. The tour starts with a hike through the jungle that leads to the river. Once at the river, guests jump on their tubes and float downstream going through a series of caves, stopping at times to learn about the historical significance of the caves.

Zipline tour

A zip line adventure in Belize generally involves enjoying a bird’s eye view of the Belizean jungle canopy. Riders fly from tree to tree as they are safely attached to a pulley and harness. The zipline canopy tour at Nohoch Cheʼen Caves Branch is not the best in Belize but since it’s available on-site, it’s typically added as a 2-in-1 adventure whenever people visit for the super-popular cave tubing.