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Activities At The Resort 

Divers visit Belize due to the beautiful coral reef and its amazing, uncrowded sites located near St. George's Caye Resort.  Even so, there is an abundance of other activities and adventures to enjoy while visiting this exclusive island.  

  • Sailing
  • Kayaking
  • Fishing
  • Windsurfing
  • Snorkeling
  • Spa
  • Bonfires on the beach
  • Volleyball
  • Swimming Pool
  • Scuba Diving
     

Sea Turtle and Diver - St. George's Caye Resort ® - BelizeSt. George's Caye Resort® offers many cultural tours as well as numerous eco tours.  Your adventure in Belize can include jungle zip line trips, visits to the Belize Zoo, golfing, cave tubing in the jungle river through the rain forest, visits to the Baboon Sanctuary to see Howler Monkeys, as well as visits to Mayan ruins at places like Altun Ha and Lamanai along the New River.  These are just a few of the excursions we offer.  We also offer fantastic fishing from the resort. Flats fishing and river fishing offers excellent tarpon, permit, snook and bonefish opportunities.  You can head out reef fishing and catch grouper, barracuda and snapper or deep sea fishing for marlin, dolphin, tuna or sharks.  Our first class experienced guides will make your fishing adventure truly memorable.
  

Cultural and Eco Tours 
 

Howler Monkey - St. George's Caye Resort ® - BelizeHowler Monkey Nature Walk 

(All day tour includes lunch). Within an area of approximately 20 square miles, straddling the mighty Belize River, the Community Baboon Sanctuary combines dense jungle with farmland, pasture, and small village life.  The Black Howler Monkey is the largest monkey in the Americas, and found only in a small section of Central America.  The village of Bermudian Landing, a 30-mile drive northwest of Belize City, is the center of activity for the project, and is easily reached as a day trip from the city.  Once you get near it, the well placed signs will direct you right to the Visitor's Centre.  You can often hear the mysterious, rasping roar of the monkeys in the distance, as soon as you get out of your vehicle.  The Visitor’s Centre is an educational, jungle exhibit-type museum that demonstrates the interesting features and facts on the area.  A guided trail walk that allows you experience the monkeys close up.  
 

Altun Ha Maya Ruins - BelizeAltun Ha Maya Ruins 

(All day tour includes lunch).  Altun Ha, the most extensively excavated Maya site in Belize was a major ceremonial center during the Classic Period. Spanning a 25 square mile area, Altun Ha is made up of two central plazas surrounded by towering temples.  

A priceless piece of history, the jade head of the Maya Sun God, Kinich Ahau, as well as jewelry, flints and skins are among the three hundred remnants that were unearthed here in a mysterious tomb discovered beneath one of the temples.  Altun Ha is just one of the many Mayan ruin tours we offer.  
 

Lamanai Maya Ruins - BelizeLamanai Maya Ruins

(All day tour includes lunch). Lamanai is one of Belize's largest ceremonial centers. It is also one of the most important.  This site, situated along the New River Lagoon, features monumental architecture of temples and palaces dating from the Classic and Preclassic Periods.  Postclassic artifacts are primarily of a residential nature, not immediately evident to the visiting tourist.  
 

Belize Zoo

Located on the Western Highway, there are 150 birds, mammals and reptiles, all species indigenous to Belize.  The zoo allows travelers to get memorable photos of the jaguar, tapir, scarlet macaw and jabiru stork.  Mesh and wood enclosures resemble the animals natural habitat.  A special attraction is watching the morning feeding.  
 

Fishing in Belize - St. George's Caye Resort ® - BelizeOutstanding Fishing

Belize is a country that has 176 miles of unrivalled barrier reef, hundreds of square miles of classic fishing flats, and intricate webs of emerald green rivers. The reef is the second longest in the world and attracts both novice and avid fishermen alike.  Your fishing experience here is bound to be memorable as our guides are some of the best and most experienced in Belize.  
 

Reef Fishing

The Belizean Barrier Reef sports a wide variety of prize catches. Tarpon, snapper, grouper, barracuda, mackerel, and permit frequent the waters of the reef.  Experienced guides offer bait fishing in the deeper waters or trolling in the shallow reef protected areas.  
 

Deep Sea Fishing

The deeper waters beyond the reef sport sailfish, marlin, wahoo, mackerel, and tuna. Spend a day hunting for the big ones! 
 

The Flats

If fly fishing is your game, come play in these waters and bring your camera. Permit, bonefish and tarpon are the marquee species anglers cross the globe come to catch in the flats off the cayes.  Tarpon average fifty pounds in the winter season, while in the summer they fill out up to two hundred pounds.  Bonefish also have a year-round presence and are perhaps the most convenient fish to hunt.  Step off the sandy shores of one of the cayes and you'll find yourself in a prime flat with no movement other than the flick of a bonefish tail as it hunts for shrimp and the flick of your wrist as you hook your prize.  

Other saltwater game fish include barracuda, jack crevalle, and snook and offer the fly fisherman additional challenges during his stay.  The fish here put up a strong fight so be prepared for a showdown! 
 

Adventure Tours

Cave Tubing - St. George's Caye Resort ® - BelizeCave Tubing

(1/2 day tour includes lunch - Can be combined with the Zip Line trip) The caves Branch River and it's winding path through the Maya mountain and numerous caves once inhabited by an ancient people, is a popular place to go cave tubing in the rain forest of Belize.  

An adventurous combination of cave tubing, hiking, and exploring within a cave system. Float on inner tubes with only your headlamp to lead the way. Glide past filtering mists of jungle light, as you float through underground river caves sparkling with mica-studded stalactites and stalagmites and filled with 1,000-year-old pottery shards, statues of fertility gods and Mayan footprints.  
 

Jungle Zip Line - St. George's Caye Resort ® - BelizeJungle Zip Line

(1/2 day tour includes lunch - Can be combined with the Cave Tubing trip) Zip lining through the rain forest has become a popular and unique activity in Belize - a way for anyone to feel like Tarzan for a day.  This is often combined with Cave Tubing or the Belize Zoo on the same day.  

An exhilarating trip through the dense tropical rainforest canopy and refreshing cave tubing adventure!  Secured by a harness with feet dangling free, zip line riders will traverse from 75ft high platforms whizzing past a stunning display of tropical flora and fauna.  Daring participants will rappel to the rainforest floor from the final platform for a thrilling one-of-a-kind jungle adventure.  

There are combined packages for adventure tours.  Our Tour Coordinator will help you make arrangements.  

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