2005/2006 Schedule of Belize Cruise Ship Shore Excursions for Passengers and Adventurers Arriving at Belize City

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Belize Jungle Dome in partnership with the GreenDragonBelize Travel Service is delighted to offer a new exciting range of Cruise Ship Shore Excursions in Belize. Including Jungle Horseback Riding, Jungle Retreat Day, Kayaking, Cave Tubing, Xunantunich Mayan Temples, Belize Zoo and Caving.

PRWEB) March 30, 2005 -- The Belize Jungle Dome, a Jungle Lodge in the Heart of Belize and Greendragonbelize a Belize Travel Service announce a new selection of Cruise ship shore excursions to discerning Adventure travellers for the 2005/2006 season.

More information at :

http://www.greendragonbelize.com/cruise_shore_excursions.html

Passengers can get away from the crowds for the day & discover “Mother Nature’s best kept secret” Belize in a more intimate manner.

Private or small group inland adventures including River Kayaking, Mayan Temples, Jungle trail horseback rides, Caving expeditions, Belize Zoo, Cave Tubing and the new Shore Excursion Jungle Retreat Day.

Jungle Retreat Shore Excursion

http://www.greendragonbelize.com/cruise_excursions_jungle_retreat.html

Indulge yourself for the Day at the Belize Jungle Dome a Hideaway Jungle Resort. Day includes a beautiful Swimming Pool set in the heart of Belize, Tree Top Cafe, Tasty Mayan Cooked BBQ Lunch with Wildlife and Birds crossing your every path. Day Option includes a Yoga session at the Jungle Hideaway Tower, Reflexology, Massage, River Tubing Trip or Belize Zoo Tour

Jungle Horseback Riding Shore Excursion

http://www.greendragonbelize.com/cruise_excursions_horseback_riding.html

Miles of jungle and riverside trails await passengers from Belize City. The largest herd of horses in Belize (130 horses and counting) and 20 years plus experience in running Equestrian Vacations make the venue the ideal location for a days Horseback Riding. Experienced Belizean Wranglers guide guests through the maze of Jungle pointing out the Unique Wildlife including Howler Monkeys, Parrots, Birds, Iguanas and any animals along the way

Kayaking Shore Excursion

http://www.greendragonbelize.com/cruise_excursions_kayaking.html

Eco-tourism at its best! Become one with the sounds and the sights of nature. Kayak the Mopan River through pristine virgin forests, experiencing this sensitive intact eco-system. Kayaks are designed to accommodate 2 people and the excursions are limited to 6 persons. Instructional assistance is available for beginners, but this trip will excite paddlers of all skill levels. Tour guides will share their extensive knowledge about Belize’s plants and wildlife along the way

Belize Caving Shore Excursion

http://www.greendragonbelize.com/cruise_excursions_caving.html

Travel through Amish territory on route to explore Barton Creek Cave by kayak/canoe (each kayak holds 2 people). No prior kayaking or canoeing experience is needed for this relaxing trip. Equipped with high-powered lights, guests gently paddle into Xibalba (she-bal-ba), Maya for underworld. The Barton Creek Cave holds stalactites, stalagmites, calcite crystals and some Mayan artifacts. Tour guides will explain the use of this cave by the ancient Maya. For the free spirited adventurer, the option for excellent swimming in the far chamber is a treat. Great mud baths to cleanse your skin is an added option

Mayan Temples Shore Excursion

http://www.greendragonbelize.com/cruise_excursions_mayan_temples.html

Explore 2 neighboring cities of the ancient Mayan, Xunantunich and Cahal Pech. These 2 Mayan sites are 6 miles apart, each boasting their own unique traditions and separate but interrelated histories. Today we know that Cahal Pech is several centuries older than Xunantunich and each settlement had different high points in their civilizations. Although their history overlaps, there is no evidence of rivalry or war between the cities.

Local tour guides have all been hand picked and trained by a Mayan archaeologist, so their knowledge of these sites and the surrounding nature is second-to-none. One of the unique features of the Mayan cities in Belize is the lack of restrictions. Still able to climb, touch and enter the structures, unlike most of temples in Mexico, this type of Mayan sites exploration will most likely be brought to a halt once more and more people start coming to Belize

Cave Tubing Shore Excursion

http://www.greendragonbelize.com/cruise_excursions_cave_tubing.html

Explore the Belize Cave systems by floating on an inner tube. This is an extremely popular trip and a relaxing way to see the many stalactites, stalagmites and calcite crystals inside the cave. Tour guides will explain the history of the cave and the way the ancient Maya viewed caves (they represented the underworld and were important places for rituals and worship). This trip is for people of all fitness levels, but not advised for those who are not able to swim. You will get wet on this trip

Belize Zoo Shore Excursion

http://www.greendragonbelize.com/cruise_excursions_belize_zoo.html

The Belize Zoo is settled upon 29 acres of tropical savanna and exhibits over 125 animals all native to Belize. The zoo keeps animals which were either orphaned, born at the zoo, rehabilitated animals, or sent to The Belize Zoo as gifts from other zoological institutions. You will have the opportunity to see Crocodiles, Black Jaguars, Ocelot, Puma, Otters, Kinkajou, Peccary, Deer, Howler Monkeys, Spider Monkeys, Harpy Eagle, Jabiru Stork, Scarlet Macaw and many many more of Belizes Local inhabitants.

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