From its origin deep within the Maya Mountains the Sittee River snakes its way to the sea with its mouth just south of Hopkins. Our trip starts near the Creole village of Sittee River and slowly heads towards the ocean. You will have fun spotting green and orange iguanas lounging in trees and maybe a crocodile resting at the water's edge. Parrots, toucans, motmots, herons and egrets often can be seen - and heard! We have seen stingrays, manatee and crocodiles far upriver. If you are adventuresome you can navigate up Boom Creek, a dense, vine draped tributary to Sittee River. As we get closer to the sea the dense jungle gives way to large mangrove forests.
Intensity: Easy to Moderate;
Departure Time: 2:00 PM;
Approx. Return Time: 5:00 PM (can be shortened);
Food/Drinks: Cookies, juice and water;
What To Bring: Towel, camera, sunscreen, insect repellent, hat, binoculars.
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
All tours are accompanied by a licensed Belizean tour guide and include park entry fees, cookies and juice. A service charge and sales tax are included in rates. Please note we can arrange special tours upon request.
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Nestled between the lush Maya Mountains and the turquoise Caribbean Sea, Hamanasi is a special place from which you can explore the best of Belize on and offshore. A secluded, intimate boutique resort located on the beach south of Hopkins, Hamanasi sits on hundreds of feet of Caribbean Sea beachfront surrounded by...
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