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Ambergris Caye Cave Tubing and Xunantunich Mayan Ruins

While staying in Amerbergis Caye, we utilized this tour group to go on a few desired activities on the mainland. Although the traveling made for a long day (1 hour boat ride to Belize City and a 2.5 hour van ride to the Xunantunich Mayan ruins), the trip was comfortable, and our guide, Jef, was funny, attentive and engaging. The ruins were incredible and our guide was very knowledgable regarding their history. Upon our arrival for cave tubing, we found the additional trained staff there friendly and very helpful. You must carry your tubes through a jungle trail to arrive at the water entrance to the caves and my small 10 year old son was having trouble. Our guide was quick to help out, making my son's experience fun and enjoyable. Our lunch stop was very tasty. It was great using the van for storage of gear in between attractions.

Thank you Action Boys Team


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My family did cave tubing and altun ha ruins with this company and we had a fun day. I don't what all to say because it was too much fun. The kids are still talking about it.I recommend Action Boys to all. They are a fun group.

James and Family

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My partner and I were in San Pedro for a short dive vacation. Diving was fun. We met some kind people during our visit. We also stayed at the Sun Breeze which was not a bad accommodation. The staff at the Sun Breeze were very friendly to us. They made us feel at home.
We did a 2 days tour package on the mainland. On day one we did cave tubing, zip line, and altun ha ruins. On day 2 we did lamanai ruins and river cruise. Both activities were fun. And I recommend this company to all.


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My family and I planned a vacation in Belize. We booked our rooms at the Sun Breeze in San Pedro. We booked a combination of cave tubing and zip line with Belize Guided Tours. We flew into Belize at around 6:15 am the morning and Jason was at the airport with a sign that reads my name. We loaded our luggage to the van and off we went. We stopped at small store for some snacks and drinks. As we drove Jason told us about Belize’s history and cultures. When we arrived at the zip line site no one was there. We had it all for ourselves. We zipped across the river we tubed on. This was fantastic.

After the zip line we geared up for the caves. Now Albert is taking through the caves. He pointed out medicinal plants as we hiked through the rain forest. He also told us about the mayan people and how they used the caves. It was very informative tour. We he enter the river Albert formed a chain with us and towed us through the caves. He also pointed out formations in the caves I doubt we would have notice own our own.

After the tubing we dressed into dry clothes and drove to the City. We were given a complimentary tour of Belize City. We saw some of the historical sites and stopped for some photos. We were then dropped off at the water taxi. These guys did a great job with the cave tubing and zip line. I recommend them.

Austin, Texas

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My family spent a over night at the Ramada because we arrived late the evening and couldn’t make the the water taxi in time. So the next morning we were picked up by this company for a combo tour of cave tubing, zip line, and altun ha ruins. We were picked up at 7:15 am and headed to the ruins. The ruins are amazing. We then drove about an hour to the cave tubing and zip line. What we loved most of all is that we could do all three tours without being rushed. Our tour guide was informative and very friendly. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THEM FOR SUCH GREAT SERVICE.


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Did cave tubing, zip line, and ruins with this company. We had 8 on our tour and took a van with AC ( Essential ) . We saw many other excursions using vehicles with no AC and felt extremely sorry for them). It was rush hour in Belize City, which allowed us to see another aspect of this country.

RUINS: We then took a fairly lengthy drive to the ruins. Albert was very knowledgeable and pointed out interesting sights. Along the way we stopped at a roadside fruit stand where Albert bought us a little bag of pineapple slices, picked fresh that morning, and it was SO sweet it nearly made you weep! He purchased bananas: 8 for $1 BZ.

Crossed the river using a hand-cranked ferry, and used the Xunantunich facilities before walking up to the ruins.

Albert provided very interesting details about the Mayan culture, and demonstrated the acoustic properties of the open area before leading the rest of the tour group to the top, where one could see Guatemala.

Due to the EXTREME heat and humidity, and our general lack of, um, energy at our ages (60s), we opted to sit in the shade for this part. Then back to the van for the drive to the Zip Line. (Lunch first, at a local spot, which was delicious.)

ZIP LINE: OK, we’ve never done anything like this before and frankly, I was amazed my husband let me book it! He is not terribly adventurous! After looking down at the jungle canopy, I think he was having second thoughts, but the guides were VERY reassuring, and explained the TRIPLE safety mechanisms. THIS WAS SO COOL! Do it! And scream like a little girl!

NOTE: there is significant climbing involved here in extreme heat/humidity conditions. As the oldest members in our excursion group, we had to stop and rest a couple of times. (OK. We were panting like dogs!)

Our guide told us not to bring our cameras, phones, but it turns out that the ZIP guides are happy to take some photos for you (they have deep pockets for carrying stuff). Bring some money to tip them.

CAVE TUBING: is at the same location. We changed into swim suits in their facility. It is nothing fancy, just bathroom stalls. You can rent water shoes (clogs), which are ABSOLUTELY necessary due to walking over the large river rocks. Check the soles to make sure they are plenty thick and not worn.

By this time we were ready for the cool water, believe me. There is a hike (seemed like it took forever—maybe 20 minutes?) across 3 streams, carrying your large inner tube. We did not think this would be too bad, but was fairly challenging at our ages, and in this climate.

Albert, bless his heart, carried MY tube in addition to his, and by the end of all this, I was EXTREMELY grateful for that. He also pointed out the termite nests and told us they have a ‘minty’ taste; he even ate a few!

Finally the water! Ahhhhhhhhh! It felt SO good to just relax and float. Albert lashed us together and paddled all of us, by himself, through the wonders of the cave. He is obviously in great shape!

Another walk back to our van, changed into dry clothes and raced the clock back to catch the last ferry to San Pedro. It was rush hour in Belize City again by this time, but we made it with a few minutes to spare.

All in all, this was an adventure to remember for a lifetime!

Remember to tip your guides!

Gilbert S.
New York, New York

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Thanks for a fun day, Action Boys.


Thompson Family

Ambergris Caye Cave Tubing and Xunantunich Mayan Ruins

Ambergris Caye cave tubing, zipline, and Mayan ruins is the way to go.
! Action Boya, thank youo for giving my family a fun day. We had fun and you recommend your services.

Thank you, Action Boys

Moya family

Ambergris Caye Cave Tubing and Xunantunich Mayan Ruins

Just got home from a fun vacation in Ambergris Caye. We stayed at the Sun Breeze Hotel. The staff were nice and our rooms we well kept. We did mostly diving and one day of Ambergris Caye Cave Tubing, Ziplining, and Altun Ha Mayan Ruins with this company. It was a fun tour. Thank you for accommodating my family on such short notice.


Wilchire Family

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We did cave tubing with this company whilst in Ambergris Caye for a short visit. It was indeed a fun tour. We woke up early the morning of our tour and boarded the 7:30 am ferry to Belize City to meet our guide. We drove an hour to the cave park. When we got their we had a short restroom break. After the break we were issued with life vests, inner tubes, and head lamps. We started a hike through the rain forest. The guide told us sooo much about history and medicines in the rain forest. The hike lasted about 20 minutes because it was a slow hike. In the cave the tour guided pointed out some formations in the cave. It was a slow paste tubing. We did about 40 minutes in the caves and about 15 minutes doing open river tubing to end of the tour. After the tour we had lunch. Whilst having lunch, our guide informed us about the free zoo tour and all we needed to do is pay our entrance fees. We decided to go for the free tour of the zoo. The zoo was awsome. We slowly walked through the zoo taking pictures. The zoo was nice side tour for us since we had a lot of time on our hands.

After the tour of the zoo we cruise back to Belize City where we were dropped off at the ferry. I love this tour and would recommend it to all.

Thank you very much for accommodating my family


Ambergris Caye Cave Tubing

We did Ambergris Caye cave tubing with this company a week ago. it was fantastic. We also did a free tour of the zoo.

Thank you, Action Boys


Ambergris Caye Cave Tubing and Altun Ha Ruins

Ambergris Caye Cave Tubing and Altun Ha Ruins is a very fun tour. We woke up early for the 6:00 am water taxi to Belize City. When we arrived in Belize City an hour and a half later, our guide was holding a sign that read my name. We used the restroom and off we went. Our guide was a very careful driver. He narrated the history as we drove to the cave. When we arrived at the park where the cave tubing tour starts, the tour guide explained that there was a cruise ship in port. That was why we were doing the cave tubing tour first, because the caves get very crowded on cruise days. Since we were the first there, we had the caves for ourselves. The cave tubing part of the tour lasted about 1.5 hours. It was refreshing and fun.

After the cave tubing we changed into dry clothes and drove to the ruins. When we arrived at the ruins, we had a short restroom break and started the tour. Our tour guide was very informative and polite with the kids. He told us about the history of the ruins and medicinal plants. He also told us about the wildlife in the area. He is a warehouse of knowledge, and he was good to my family. His name was Donald Ramirez.

After the tour of the ruins, we had rice and bean with chicken for lunch. It was the best chicken I ever ate. After lunch we were given some time to do some shopping. After shopping, we drove about 45 minutes to Belize City and dropped off at the water taxi. My family had a fun experience with this company and we highly recommend their services.


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My family did cave tubing, zipline, and Altun Ha Ruins with this company. It was a fun tour. We all had a fun day. I recommend their services.

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Ambergris Caye Cave Tubing, Zipline, and Altun Ha Ruins

We had a group of people visiting San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize from the U.S., a total of 10 adults and two teenagers. We all decided to take a tour on the mainland of Belize on Tuesday, July 29, 2018. Our decision was to visit a Mayan archaeological site called Xunantunich, and to go cave tubing.
Our trip began at 6:30AM when we were picked up by two taxis to take us to the airport in San Pedro. We chartered a single engine, propeller driven airplane from Mayan Island Air to take us to the municipal airport in Belize City, a short 15 minute flight. The flight is exciting in that the views of the ocean and cayes at an altitude of around 2,000 feet are mesmerizing. The airport in Belize City was tiny, a single strip of asphalt bordering the ocean only feet away and maybe one or two feet above sea level. We were asking ourselves if it was possible for a plane to land on what looked like a postage stamp on our approach. Anyway, our landing was uneventful, and we soon boarded our van for a trip across the width of Belize to San Ignacio, our destination being the ruins of Xunantunich (Say {Zoo-nan-two-nich}) which means "stone woman" in Mayan.
The drive took us a couple of hours over a two lane highway frequented by speed bumps which slowed our forward progress in places to stop and go speeds. Annoying but with no highway patrol, an effective means of speed control in more populated areas. The terrain along our route was relatively flat to hilly through heavily wooded areas and sometimes into what I would classify as jungle. To get to the ruins, we had to take a man powered, one car ferry across a small river. During the crossing we had to leave the van as a precaution against the possibility of the ferry sinking. A very short drive later we arrived at the Xunantunich visitor center.
We were not expecting much, but when we finally saw the ruins, we were blown away -- they were simply awesome. Everything was well manicured, the ruins were surprisingly intact, and much bigger than we expected, the pyramid, El Castillo, being around 130 feet tall. We all decided to climb to the top following our guide Mark. This climb at times was a bit unsettling in that there are no railings. Needless to say, we were all very careful, and everyone made it up and down with no mishaps. The view from the top was stunning allowing us to see many miles in every direction, and to the west, the hills and forests of Guatemala.
We then went to a restaurant in San Ignacio where we ate chicken, rice, beans, and plantains, the staple foods of Belize. Very tasty. Soon we were heading back toward Belize City and the turn off that would take us to the cave tubing site arriving about an hour later.
Luckily there were no cruise ships in Belize this day, and as such, there were no maddening crowds. We got our truck-sized inner tubes, life jackets and battery powered head lamps, and began our trek upstream through a beautiful forest. I am guessing the hike was about a mile or so on relatively flat trails, and about half an hour later, we arrived at the entrance to the cave. It was awesome -- giant limestone cliffs with a crystal clear river flowing out of one cave and almost immediately into the mouth of a second mammoth cave. Wow! The cave was much bigger than I expected. We all entered the clear, cool, refreshing water, got into our inner tubes, rafted together, and began our drift into the cave beginning with some minor rapids. The cave quickly got dark and we all turned on our head lamps. The water was slow moving and progress was relaxingly slow. The cave was huge -- probably twenty feet tall and maybe fifty feet across, with the water being relatively shallow, sometimes to the point where our rear ends would hit rounded river rocks on the bottom. The excitement level of this excursion likely varies depending on the flow of water. In our case, it was very tranquil. I am guessing we were in the cave for about half an hour before the river emerged into sunlight. For the next half hour we tubed down the river through the amazingly beautiful forest. All too soon we arrived back at the visitor center, and dried off for our return trip
Our trip back into Belize City took about another hour as we headed to the municipal airport. We were split up onto two airplanes for our trip back to San Pedro. At approximately 6:00pm after a short flight, our remarkable excursion was over ... but never to be forgotten...

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My family had a good experience with this company. Their website is

Thank you for a good Belize experience.

D. J.

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