Belize & Tikal

From Mayan ruins to mysterious caves and moonlit safaris

Within the space of 100 square miles we discover two distinct countries and traverse a medley of geographical zones, some fluid and others firm. On this journey through the tropics we travel along Belize’s remote southern coast, navigate limestone caves in an underground river system and stand steady from a towering perch that rises from the rain forest floor. Along the way we witness two ancient cultures—one thriving in Belize’s secret south while the other, silent for over 10 centuries, can only whisper its history to us through empty temples, fragile ruins and vacant plazas in Guatemala's north.