"Into the Wild: Belize Adventure Awaits"

The Mountain Pine Ridge is the largest reserve area in Belize, with approximately 1,504,000 acres. Pine Ridge has a mixture of Honduras Pine, broadleaf forest, and low grassland. This Tropical forest is home to some macaw parrots, tapir, jaguars, and many other wildlife. The only Jaguar reserve in the world is part of the Mountain Pine Ridge.

In addition, the pine ridge has many beautiful crystal clear water springs, caves, rivers, and many more. Caracol, which is believed to be the largest Mayan site in Belize, is on the very edge of the Mountain Pine Ridge.

The tour starts from San Ignacio at 8:30 A.M. We drive for 1 hour and 15 min through a beautiful Pine forest to our first stop, the Rio Frio Cave, where we explore for 45 min.

We then drive for 20 min to the Rio-on pools, where we have lunch & swim in the natural granite pools. We spend about 1 ½ hours. There the last stop is a 20-minute drive from there, at the Big Rock Waterfalls, where we spend 1 hour swimming under an 80-foot waterfall. Tour gets back to San Ignacio at 5:00 p.m.

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