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Crystal Cave

Blue Hole National Park, Belmopan 00000, Belize
+501 634-5385
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Crystal Cave and Blue Hole National Park Day Trip from San Ignacio
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Blue Hole National Park, Belmopan 00000, Belize
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Reviewed 21 July 2017

Breath taking, amazing, awe. If you truly love adventure and beauty, it's a place you cannot, not go. ( just to put it mildly ) It caught me by surprise. The most amazing formation I have ever seen. If you have the courage after you...More

1  Thank crawlingspider
Reviewed 1 June 2017

Nice cave combined with a jungle hike to get to it. Best part was "the music room" where you can tap on the formations and they make a nice sound.

Thank Dudley D
Reviewed 27 April 2017

dry cave, but moisture and clay were slippery culprits. got pretty dirty. need to be fairly fit. able to pull yourself up a rope. even though its in a cave, it was not cooler. glad i wore long pants, though.

2  Thank 540maryannm
Reviewed 20 April 2017 via mobile

This was our third cave experience in Belize, this is spelunking. It is a rigorous and physically challenging. Not for small kids or anyone out of shape. But the cave is beautiful and the artifacts are amazing. You are required to have a guide so...More

1  Thank susantaylormd
Reviewed 10 April 2017

Loved seeing all the natural beauty of Crystal Cave. Even more exciting to see artifacts from the ancient Mayan people. Barnabie was a great tour guide!

Thank Stacy H
Reviewed 7 April 2017

We hiked up to this from Blue Hole National Park. The trail was quite difficult but worth it once you make it here.

Thank KayleeShepheard
Reviewed 26 February 2017

Such a unique and educational tour. Very beautiful. We highly recommend going with Marcos and if you can staying at his place the Yaxche Jungle Lodge. He was one of the people that first discovered the cave so you really can't beat his knowledge. There...More

2  Thank captain_tahoe_steve
Reviewed 23 January 2017

Seeing this place on the web is nothing like being there in person. It is beyond beautiful and makes one humble with its grandiose formations and its age (Mayan history). Be warned that the cave is pitch black and you'd have to wear the headlamp...More

1  Thank feimoskita
Reviewed 2 January 2017

Beautiful. Part of the cave tubing options. Well worth the added time and work. It is colder than the rest of the tour. Make sure you take a waterproof camera with flotation device attached.

1  Thank cynthia s
Reviewed 1 November 2016

I experienced this amazing tour, my schedule was pretty tight - with time, but I really wanted to do this. I love caves and am not in shape for a fast hike to this cave but I did it and the time I spent in...More

1  Thank Carla J
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