ATM Cave Tour
Explore the Mysteries of the ATM Cave
Take a day trip to the Mayan underworld at Actun Tunichil Muknal ( ATM Cave ) located in the beautiful Tapir Mountain Reserve, Cayo District. The ATM Cave is one of the most popular and impressive Maya ceremonial caves ever found, its also the #1 sacred cave destination in the world. This is an extraordinary Belize adventure and a rare opportunity to see ancient Maya ceremonial sites and altars as they were and virtually untouched for centuries.
Explore the Ancient Underworld
Our ATM Cave Tour will take you on a scenic drive from Hopkins Village or Placencia to Tapir Mountain Reserve. Travel time to the ATM Cave is approximately two hours, so you get to the chance to see the lush Belizean countryside on your way to the Mayan underworld (spiritual realm) sightseeing tours.
Upon arrival at the beautiful Tapir Mountain Reserve, our experienced guides will lead you through the cave's labyrinthine passages, ensuring a safe and memorable journey. Equipped with helmets and headlamps, you'll feel confident exploring the cave's wonders with the utmost care and respect for this sacred site.
Our ATM Cave tour depart from both Hopkins and Placencia, making it easy for you to embark on this unforgettable adventure from southern Belize.
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Tour Pricing from Hopkins
2 PAX: $200.00 USD Per Person
3 PAX & More : $180.00 USD Per Person
Tour Pricing from Placencia
2 PAX: $250.00 USD Per Person
3 PAX : $225.00 USD Per Person
What's included on the Tour?
Park entrance fee, water, lunch, licensed tour guide, gears and transportation.
What to bring?
Pair of socks, Bug spray, sun block, hat, camera and a change of clothing & towels for after water activities.
Dress: Short or long pants and comfortable sturdy footwear — sleeve lengths are optional
Departs: 6:00 am from Placencia, 7:00 am from Hopkin.
Returns: 5:00 pm to Hopkins, 6:00 pm to Placencia.
Intensity: Very Challenging
ATM Cave Tour Photo Gallery
The ATM Cave is a wet cave – you swim into the mouth of the cave, and then wade through ankle to chest high water before climbing to a intricate passageways of dry chambers which lead to the cathedral-like main hall, a towering chamber 350 metres in length and 50mteres wide and filled with artefacts and sacrificial remains.