Angel Falls Extreme Zipline & Rappelling

For true adventure enthusiasts who want a challenging experience in one of the most beautiful places on earth, Angel Falls in Belize offers plenty of heart-pumping thrills.

Located in a lush setting on the edge of a national forest, Angel Falls is home to more than 500 species of plants and wildlife. Angel Falls is located deep in the pristine rainforest with crystal clear water tumbling more than 400 feet down a verdant hillside into a spectacular pool teeming with butterflies.

Visitors can choose between rappelling down the side of the waterfall or zipping through the jungle at the top of the falls, one of the longest and fastest zip lines in Belize. The zip line experience has been referred to as the “chariot to Heaven” by visitors.

Where is Angel Falls Located?

Angel Falls is located on a vast 200-acre site on the border of the Sibun Forest Reserve and Manatee River in southeastern Belize.

The entrance to Angel Falls is at Mile 26 and 1/2 on the Hummingbird Highway in Stann Creek District, exactly midway between Dangriga and Belmopan.

When Is the Best Time to Do This Tour?

This adventure center is open seven days a week between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

The Best Way to Get to Angel Falls

There are multiple public buses that transit between Belmopan and Dangriga. Simply asked to be let off at Mile Marker 26 1/2. Angel Falls is located about one mile from the Hummingbird Highway exit. From the base of the falls, it takes about 35 minutes to hike to the top.

By private vehicle, follow the Hummingbird Highway to Mile Marker 26 1/2 and follow the path until you arrive at the base of the falls. The terrain is somewhat steep but easily navigable with a four-wheel drive vehicle.

Best Way to Experience Angel Falls Extreme Zipline and Rappelling

As the highest, longest, and fastest zip line in the country, Angel Falls is truly suited for adventure junkies who want an unforgettable thrill. And from the top of the falls, participants can rappel down two separate drops, each of over 200 feet, right to the base of the waterfall. There are a total of eight zip lines that offer participants a stunning view of the falls and surrounding jungle.

There is a bar and grill area at the base of the waterfall where food and refreshments are sold, including fresh fruit. Inner tubes are also available for relaxing in the pool at the base of the falls. Be sure to bring insect repellent and proper clothing as the hike to the top of the falls goes through thick vegetation. Visitors are also recommended to bring swimwear, a towel, and a change of clothing.

Opened in 2017, the Angel Falls area employs several professional guides. Safety equipment and rappelling gear is provided. The untouched flora and fauna in the area are an attraction unto themselves with many different bird species commonly spotted such as Kiskadees and curassows.

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