2 For the Price of 1? Tour the ATM Cave in Belize During Your Guatemala Stay
Who doesn’t love the idea of getting two for the price of one? In fact, BOGO (Buy one; get one free) has become one of the most widely-recognized acronyms on the planet and you can take advantage of an opportunity to literally see two countries for the price of one by booking a journey to Flores, Peten Guatemala. What’s your bonus? A trip across the border to Belize where the ATM Cave has been surprising, delighting and oftentimes proving an awe-inspiring excursion for visitors fascinated with Native American cultures.
You don’t have to be a student of cultural anthropology to appreciate this exotic sojourn if you turn to a tour company that prides itself on guides who are as skilled at sharing fascinating historical facts as they are at getting tourists where they want to go safely and expeditiously. Belize Guatemala Tours is the only resource you need to undertake this two-nation experience and it takes only about 1.5 hours to get from your lodging in Guatemala to the cave in Belize.
What can you expect from this exciting adventure?
Your guide will pick you up at your hotel promptly and you’ll settle into your comfy vehicle seat ready to take in all of the gorgeous Belize scenery that awaits along the route to ATM Cave. During the trip, your escort takes care of border fees when you enter Belize and there will be plenty of fresh fruit and water onboard your transport for the journey.
Once at your destination, your guide will take care of parking fees and help everyone in your party discover all of the fascinating aspects of this ancient Mayan compound. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before your guide returns you to your Guatemala digs after what’s guaranteed to be an exhausting, exhilarating experience.
Your fascination with Maya societies is likely to increase
If like most visitors, you become enthralled with Maya architecture, artifacts, and history, you don’t have to stop at just one across-the-border excursion! Ask your Belize Guatemala Tour guides about other Belize sites that you can visit that are equally close.
Ask your driver about excursions to Altun Ha, Xunantunich, Caracol and smaller Mayan settlements in Belize that take less time to see but are equally fascinating. You may also be able to arrange to see Belize’s great barrier reef, wildlife refuges and other uniquely Belizean destinations.
You may never again be in a position to experience two countries while staying on only one side of the border, so it’s the perfect way to enjoy each nation’s natural and cultural riches on the same vacation without having to go through all the work of moving to new accommodations. Smart planning? The smartest!