With Belize's diverse ecosystems there are many opportunities for varied and exciting activities. Tours to a variety of Maya sites such as Caracol, Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM), Xunantunich, Lamanai, etc. While visiting the Maya sites check out some of the Maya Caves, visit natural waterfalls and swimming holes.
Belize offers a wide range of biodiversity, everything from medicinal plants to well over 500 known species of birds (from hummingbirds, parrots, toucans, hawks, to jabiru storks, and many others). There are a multitude of butterflies with several breeding centers around Belize.
Visiting the various Maya sites, wildlife sanctuaries, cave tubing, canoe trips, or ziplining will provide you a wonderful opportunity to see and hear nature at its finest. You may also see black howler monkeys, iguana, agouti, and a plethora of other wildlife native to Belize.
The Belize Zoo offers a unique experience to see many of these up close as they exhibit over 45 species, all native to Belize. This is a must do when visiting Belize.
Belize also offers a wonderful marine environment and is unparalleled as a snorkelling and diving destination. With its 185-mile Barrier Reef Reserve having been recognized the status of a "World Heritage Site" where the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean offer something for everyone (snorkelling, diving, fishing, wind and water sports, and the many protected marine reserves).
Here is a list of websites that may be helpful in providing insights about Belize and the many wonderful things to do and see while visiting Belize: