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We are a small licence tour operator that offers more option and activities than any other company at much more affordable prices.Our mainland tours from Ambergris Caye, San Pedro Town can be down by air or by the water taxi. Our newest and hottest...more
# 9 Coconut Drive, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize
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I’ve never seen Myan Ruins. I’ve never tubed through water caves. My friend and I got to do both today with the BEST tour guide EVER! Thank you, Michael, for all the educational information, fun facts, and for capturing great photos of our adventures.
First of all I want to say that the overall process was a breeze. Before I left the states I contacted the company and been in contact with William. He met me at the hotel and explained everything to me. We stayed in San Pedro...More
We (along with our adult children) booked the jungle tour to the Lamani Ruins with William at Jungle Water Adventures. It was the best tour we have booked in all the years we've been coming to Belize. He arranged the flights with Maya Air to...More
We booked two tours with Jungle Water on our trip: Half day reef fishing and Mayan Ruins + Baboon sanctuary.
At the office, William arranged the tours for us and was very hospitable.
On our half day fishing, Isban was a fantastic (and funny!) guide....More
This review has nothing to do with Jungle Water Adventures. However, I wanted to warn others about Silver Cruz (Adventure Time Belize) who arranges these excursions out of San Pedro. Our large group booked an outing with him and he cancelled it due to weather...More
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williamrendon, Owner at Jungle Water Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2017
We would also like to advice you from booking with people on the streets or beach. They will promise you the world for a cheaper prize and you may be risking your hard earn money.
Please book with a reputable company with an office and...More
I have used Jungle Water Adventures for several excursions in Belize. These include, Cave Tubing, Lamani and Altun Ha Mayan ruins tours and more. William is excellent! He is very personable and goes the extra mile to make sure that you have a first class...More
I was getting breakfast at a local eatery in San Pedro & came across a fellow that asked if I was from Louisiana, I replied yes I am, he told me he also was from there and we got to talking. He moved to San...More
My sweetie and I had a great trip by plane from San Pedro to Belize City, we were picked up by our guide as we exited the plane and taken to Altun Ha, some great Mayan ruins. Our guide, Michael, was knowledgeable, patient, and fun....More
My husband and I were looking to do a day trip from Ambergris Caye to the mainland to see Mayan ruins. Though there is a dizzying array of tour companies on the island to choose from, we happened upon Jungle Water tours and could not...More
Silver (that is his name) gave us great deals on our excursions and on a golf cart, being we got both of them for them. The snorkeling adventure was fantastic, our guide was very informative and helpful. The captain of the boat was great, I...More
It's ATM, which stands for Actun Tunichil Muknal.
The ATM is a wet cave in Central Belize. The cave was used by the Mayans as a sacrificial site. I remember it being about 2 hours but it could have been... More
It's ATM, which stands for Actun Tunichil Muknal.
The ATM is a wet cave in Central Belize. The cave was used by the Mayans as a sacrificial site. I remember it being about 2 hours but it could have been longer than that. It's obviously subjective, but I'd call it a moderately difficult hike. I'm sure some would say it is easy and other will say it's difficult. There was some swimming and some climbing required. The payoff is worth it though, The history of the site is amazing and the natural beauty of the cave is mind boggling.
There weren't baboons at the site of the ATM, but there is a baboon sanctuary in Central Belize as well. I'd recommend visiting the sanctuary as well if you have time. The sanctuary isn't a zoo as much as lines on a map. If you're guide is good it's possible to be within inches of the howler monkeys if you stay clam. There is a small fee to visit the sanctuary but this pays for the upkeep and for the guides. It's well worth it.
My suggestion would be to work with William at Jungle Water Adventures to see if you can visit both sites in one day. Both sites are well worth your time. I think it will help shape an appreciation for Belize. However, I really won't recommend staying in Belize City. Pay the extra to fly to the mainland versus taking the ferry.
Speaking of which I highly recommend flying to/from the island versus taking the ferry. From what I remember the ferry ride is about 90 minutes in seas that are generally rough. The flight is about 15 minutes and has wonderful views. It's worth ever penny to me.
Good luck and enjoy Belize!