Belize Barton Creek Cave Tour
Barton Creek Cave Tour is a must-do tour. Etched into the natural cave ecosystem of Belize, Barton Creek Cave is a fascinating Mayan place of worship.
Barton Creek Cave Tour is a must-do tour in Belize. Etched into the natural cave ecosystem of Belize, Barton Creek Cave is a fascinating Mayan place of worship. Evidence has shown that it was used extensively by the Mayan priestly society of days past, as it was originally laden with pottery and human remain. Very similar to Actun Tunichil Muknal, inside you can witness remarkable cave formations, Maya pottery, and human sacrificial remains. Belize Barton Creek cave tour is a natural single passage water cave of Belize. This cave is located in the San Ignacio/ Cayo District area situating only 50 minutes away from the town.
Barton Creek cave tour is welcoming, especially to the elderly and children because of its laid-back experience. It requires no physical fitness because you’re driven to the entrance of the cave and the adventure is in a canoe, paddling through the cave. This is a true family vacation adventure. Even though there aren’t any artifacts, the cave is magnificent with amazing stalactites and stalagmites. Apart from Mayan artifacts; there are many other factors leading to the existence of the ancient Mayans on the Belize Barton Creek cave tour.
Pricing is from San Ignacio (will be additional from other locations)
- Entrance Fee
- Transportation & a Beverage
What to bring
- Insect Repellent
- Sun Block
- Hiking/Tennis Shoes (No flipflops)
- Shorts & T-Shirt
- Swimsuit, Towel
- Extra Clothing (if not wearing a swimsuit underneath)