Barton Creek Cave Canoeing tour is very exciting and is fun. Barton Creek is a segment of a large ravine system and the longest subterranean sites in Belize. Cultural remains have only been found a few kilometers from the downstream entrance. This quarter-mile long space contains ten ledges above the river with evidence of ancient Maya activity. The first ledge is located on the left just inside the entrance to the Barton Creek Cave and continues to approximately 30 meters beyond the Maya Bridge that straddles the river. It is a must-see while you venture to Belize.
Barton Creek Cave Tour Detail
The Barton Creek Cave Tour starts with a drive for about 45 min, through large citrus Orchards, an Amish community, and scenic areas. We canoe in for an hour and a half (1hr and 30min) and learn about different Mayan ceremonies. After the tour, we can swim in large Natural Pool at the Cave Entrance.
Barton Creek Cave Tour Itinerary
There are tours daily, meet at our office in San Ignacio Town- one starts at 8:30 A.M and returns at 12:30 P.M & the other start at 1:00 p.m; and return at 5:00 p.m
A review of our Barton Creek Cave tour on Trip Advisor
We had an excellent time. Because it was Christmas Day, it was hard to find activities that were open but Sergio (the owner) and Sergio Jr (the owner’s son) found for us a tour guide and opportunity to go to Barton’s Creek for cave canoeing.