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Jungle Pontoon Waterfall Adventure Tour

Highlights
  • Full-day pontoon boat cruise and waterfall tour from San Ignacio
  • Float through the jungles of western Belize on a pontoon
  • Appreciate the unspoiled landscapes of the Maya Mountains
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Jungle Pontoon Waterfall Adventure Tour
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Jungle Pontoon Waterfall Adventure Tour
US$130.69
Overview
Feel like a jungle explorer as you cruise through the wild forests of Belize’s Cayo district on a pontoon boat. Float down a river that winds through the mystical Maya Mountains, stopping to swim and cliff jump at three different tropical waterfalls buried deep in the rain forest. A fresh Belizean lunch cooked right on board the pontoon completes this fantastic full-day adventure.
What to Expect

Your day of adventure begins as you go on an hour drive from San Ignacio, off the beaten path and deep into the Vaca Plateau forest reserve. A secret piece of paradise awaits you. Board a jungle pontoon and let it be your guide as you are given the rare opportunity to become part of mother nature's environment without hurting her, or the wildlife that call this beautiful lush forest home. Hidden behind the vast green array of trees and birds, beyond the beckoning of the howler monkey's laugh, visit a world unseen by many.

During the tour, you will see three different waterfalls and will have the option to swim and cliff jump from each.

The Un-Named waterfall:
Pools upon pools of crystal clear waters falling onto one another, the un-named waterfall is never the same, but ever changing. The high calcium deposit that runs through this fall calcifies fallen leaves, twigs, and even living ferns that dare to lounge upon the cool flowing waters.

The Twin Falls:
While the Twin-falls both cut a course through the same granite barrier, they stand boldly apart in both size and features.

Rio-Frio Waterfall:
The Rio-Frio waterfall is the ideal waterfall to bathe under! Untouched waters tumble off a cliff of approximately 75Ft high and into a large open pool, ideal for bathing and splashing into.

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1 - 5 of 21 reviews

Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Surprising adventure

We were looking for a relaxing day after exploring Mayan ruins. This tour had more climbing then we thought we wanted after touring Tikal but in the end I loved all the sites our guides showed us. Steven was a helpful guide and Nadir was...More

Thank Helen G
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Best Tour Company Ever!

This was my second trip, I had to come back because the first visit was so great! First time went with my daughter (14 years old) on the waterfall pontoon adventure. Everything was perfect and Robert and Nadir were so helpful and professional with us...More

1  Thank Amanda A
Reviewed 1 week ago
Absolutely Amazing!!

This was an awesome adventure enjoyed by our entire group on Saturday from ages 9 years to 74 years!! The tour itself offers something for everyone from swimming, bird watching, climbing waterfalls or just simply relaxing on board the pontoon. As Belizeans it was wonderful...More

Thank Gina P
Reviewed 1 week ago
Best Trip from San Ignacio

Robert was fantastic. The day we were supposed to go on the trip the other group of 5 cancelled last minute and we didn't meet the minimum to go on our trip. Instead of cancelling the trip Robert took me and my wife on a...More

Thank Nicholas S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Highlight of the trip!

Robert and Nadir, the guides, were wonderful and it was obvious that they took pride in their knowledge of the area. It was relaxing, breathtaking, and the lunch was amazing! Would highly recommend to anyone trying wanting to see pristine nature and explore new territory!

Thank Dylan B
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