Belize is an extraordinary country with an exciting variety of adventures for you to enjoy; of which includes the world's second largest Barrier Reef, Pristine Tropical Rainforests with countless Exotic Wildlife, Jungle Rivers and towering Waterfalls, mystifying Caves and Mountain ranges, Bird Watching, Ecological Adventures and many Ruins from a Maya Society that occupied this region for thousands of years.
Need a shuttle service to take you around our country? We can voyage throughout the entire country of Belize as well as some parts of Mexico. No group is too small or big for us to handle. We have SUVs, mini vans, (28 seater) Toyota Coasters as well as luggage trailers. Our fleet also has a 56 seater bus to accommodate larger groups. Why not choose one of the best in the business? All our vehicles are equipped with air conditioning and seat belts to provide maximum comfort and safety while on the road.
Yute Expeditions offers complete tour and travel services for the entire country of Belize. Allow our 22 years of experience to insure you a memorable and adventurous stay. We pick you up at the Belize City International Airport and transport you to your accommodations, take you on your choice of tours and return to the airport for your departure. Every day we trek travelers across hundreds of miles to witness nature up close and personal.
Visit the awesome pyramids of Tikal as well as many ancient Mayan Temple sites in this area, canoe through a ceremonial cave where the Mayas once performed sacred rituals. Experience Bird Watching at its best in Belize where over 500 species have been spotted. Canoe roaring Jungle Rivers as you enjoy the natural wonders of Belize. Dive and snorkel the Barrier Reef (our own underwater jungle), all in the beautiful Central American country of Belize.
Also known locally as "Xibalba", is an extraordinary cave in Belize, near San Ignacio, Cayo District, notable as a Maya archaeological site that includes skeletons, ceramics, and stoneware. They include the famous "Monkey Pot", one of only four located across Central America.
Caracol is the largest Maya archaeological site in Belize, Central America. In AD 650, the urban area of Caracol had a radius of approximately 10 kilometers around the site's epicenter. It covered an area much larger than present day Belize City (the largest metropolitan area in the country of Belize)...
The name Xunantunich or zshoo-NAN-too-NEECH may prove to be a little challenging to some to pronounce. Our guides often tease that our visitors should just call it Tuna sandwich. Xunantunich was the first site to be opened to the public, when the road and the hand cranked car ferry were completed...