Saturday, 27 December 2014


Belize is full of adventure, mystery and suspense. Amongst the dozens and dozens of activities and fun things to do, Belize can also play host to enthusiastic climbers- ready to summit the country's 2nd tallest but only accessible mountain. Although in recent years, another mountain has been named the tallest point (Doyles Delight), Victoria Peak has long been the backdrop to southern Belize's landscape and giving a beautiful silhouette image from Hopkins, Sittee River and offshore cayes. 

During the yearly dry season in Belize, which runs from February to June, Victoria Peak is open to expeditions of adventurers wanting to get to the top. 

 The treks up to the summit are offered by Maya Guide Adventures for ONLY $750 US pp-min of 5. We choose the dry season to do Victoria Peak because it is the best time in terms of rain and visibility.
This expedition is definitely going to challenge the limits of your physical abilities! It is a 4 days strenuous hike up and down hill.

Victoria Peak Summit!!
 We start hiking from Cockscomb visitors center to km 19  where we camp to start fresh the following day. The jungle is incredibly vibrant and lush in this part with mature forest and massive tropical hardwood, we also cross various streams with fresh water before km 19. The second day is the most challenging but at the same time the most rewarding because we hike strenuously and continuously all the way to the Top of Victoria Peak! Most of the way to the top is about 60 degrees or more incline up. Finally, we hike for 2 more days back to Cockscomb headquarters. 
We provide Hennessy Hammocks for camping but if you feel more comfortable using your one that is just fine. We provide all the necessary climbing​ gears and water purification. 

Here is a list of what you will need:

Long sleeve shirt (preferably quick dry)
Good hiking boots (already broken in, not new)
Insect repellent
Sun screen
Personal toiletries 
Big back pack
Snacks if you like (candy,power bars)
If you have a bladder that can hold 3 liters of water (camel back) + 2 more liters
Thin liners or thin sleeping bag
Extra pairs of socks
Change of clothes

Email US Now to sign in for the Challenge!! or Call Us at +501-600-3116 Marcos Cucul

Friday, 1 August 2014


The base for Maya Guide Adventures is Yax'che Jungle Camp, located on mile 42 Hummingbird Highway on the foothills of the Maya Mountains and 20 minutes from Belmopan (Belize’s Capital). The cruise terminal is approximately 1 hour from our put in point for the cave kayaking, therefore, we advise our cruise ship guests to take the earliest possible tender to port where we will be waiting for you outside the main terminal. Kindly note that passengers who have booked directly through the cruise are usually sent on first tenders, hence the reason why we advise you to take the earliest possible tender so we can have enough time without having to rush the tour. We want to give you just the Best of this amazing experience. This cave kayaking tour is done on the Caves Branch River and prices include transportation to and from cruise terminal, lunch, entrance fees, and all gears. 








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PRICE $140US p/p (minimum of 4) and 50% off for the leader for a group of 8 or more!!!!