Belize Adventure Experts
We’re good at what we do because we love doing it. And it doesn’t hurt that we have 30 plus years’ experience outfitting trips to the most spectacular settings on the planet…right here in friendly little Belize! Our professional local guides will show you the Belize that no guidebook or internet recommendation can. Let Central America’s wild heart win yours.
Adventure doesn't have to mean adrenaline
It means immersion. We know Belize like the back of our hand because it’s our own backyard. Our own slightly more exotic, tropical, uncrowded, never snowy or polluted, backyard. With the help of our local guides - the Mayan, Creole and Garifuna people of Belize - let us help you dive into a life-changing experience.
You may never want to leave.
It’s okay. We know the feeling.
Thirty years ago, we fell in love with this place, its coral atolls, ancient Mayan ruins, limestone caves, amazing wildlife and generous people. Join us on one of our Belizean adventures. We think you’ll fall in love with it too.
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What People Say About Us
Words from our clients
I call this guy my Christmas Crock, we saw him on the New River on Dec 25th on the way to Lamanai, my first Mayan site. I was really impressed by these ruins and decided that returning to see more sites was something that I wanted to do. The next day…
Very good. Bird's Eye View Lodge was lovely. The rooms were clean and neat. It was very quiet there, the staff were friendly and accommodating. The bird watching was exceptional. Hugo was our own private guide for this portion of the trip and he did…
The guides were very good at spotting things we would never have seen. They were very friendly and taught us alot about Belize - the country, people, culture and natural history. Birds Eye View Lodge was a perfect location and has good amenities.
The people in Belize were all incredibly friendly and always accommodated our requests. The location of the Bird's Eye View Lodge was great and Verna and Julie were more than helpful!
I wasn't crazy about all the wind until we realized…
November is a wonderful month to visit Belize. Although the rainy season still lingers in early November, by the end of the month the dry season has often arrived.
Experience the rich Mayan history and allure of the unspoilt areas of Western Belize on this new trip itinerary.
Join us for yoga sessions at our Glover’s Reef and Lighthouse Reef Basecamps this winter. An experienced yoga instructor is available throughout the day.