2-4 Weeks in 

Belize is one of the world’s most biologically diverse countries. It has truly pristine marine and rainforest environments.
There are some great trekking options traversing a range of rich environments including lush tropical jungle dotted with ancient structures and beautiful waterfalls. The people have an easy going nature and you will find the local communities welcoming and culture fascinating. Be sure to visit soon whilst you can still find yourself far from the maddening crowds.


  • Experience the rich biodiversity whilst trekking in the jungle
  • Integrate with local communities whilst undertaking school or environmental based projects
  • Explore Mayan sites and the extensive cave systems


All of our expeditions are completely tailored to your needs – if you’re undecided about where to go, just call us, we love sharing ideas. The world really is your oyster!


  • Immerse yourself

    Arriving in the capital Belize City, teams can opt to spend a few days adjusting to the unique culture in friendly San Ignacio. From here there are options for acclimatisation walks in nearby Elijio Panti Reserve visiting the spectacular waterfalls.

  • Learn about biodiversity

    This is the phase where teams assist in a variety of environmental or community based projects. Past examples include building a playground or concreting mud floors. Other options include constructing or restoring classrooms in remote mountain communities or planting trees as part of a reforestation project. All projects are chosen in consultation with the community to ensure their needs are met.

  • Explore a New Landscape

    There are several trekking options to chose from. The team can explore the numerous jungle trails in the beautiful Cockscombe basin also home to Mt Victoria, the highest peak in Belize. Alternatively, teams could opt to trek through Mountain Pine Ridge forest reserve, the only pine forest in Central America.

  • Experience a new culture

    Teams can explore the many Mayan cave complexes and archaeological sites of Altun Ha and Xunantunich; climb the steps to the temple tops for stunning jungle views. The Belize Cayes off the coast from the village of Hopkins are a great place for the team to relax and soak up the culture.

What to expect

  • Terrain

    Mountains, coast, rainforest, jungle and caves.

  • Weather

    Average year round temperatures in the mid 20s, hot and humid year round.

  • Culture

    There are many local indigenous languages and a mix of cultures. Belize is the only English speaking country in Central America

We’re always happy to talk travel and would love to find out more about your ideas.

Please do call or email us for more information, to organise a first meeting, or even just for a chat. We’ll be delighted to hear from you.

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