From the splendor of swimming in the blue pools of our breathtaking waterfalls to the awesome heights of the temples of our ancient temples… adventure and exploration await you here at Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve.
Hidden Valley is one of the largest private nature reserves in Central America. A world of flora and fauna exists largely undisturbed by the presence of people. Over 90 miles of eco-trails stretch out from the main lodge and into the broadleaf jungle, pine forests and rain forests past cascading rivers and pools and to the dramatic vistas of the property's escarpment. Over five major waterfalls exist on property and trails for hiking, biking, birding and exploration are planned to ensure that they include unique areas of natural beauty.
Mayan and Archeological Expeditions
Over 600 Maya sites exist in Belize, with of four impressive sites located near the Inn. Caracol, one of Belize's most recent Maya temples to undergo restoration and preservation, is believe to be the largest of the ancient Maya cities found to date. Xunantunich, located right in Cayo, Cahal Pech, with occupation that dates back to 1200 BC, and across the way in Guatemala, the famous Tikal. All, easily accessible through Hidden Valley. ,
Underground Crystal Cave Expeditions
Belize's underground cave systems are among some of the most beautiful in the world. Large crystal caverns with high cathedrals, rivers and waterfalls inside and crystal formations. The underworld of the Maya, where stalactites were thought to be the roots of the Ceiba Tree (the "Maya Tree of Life"). Here, in Belize, you can tube, paddle, swim and hike through our caves to see pottery, flints, artwork and remains from ancient Mayan rituals.
Expeditions that are also a thrill ride include zip lining
or repelling over our jungle canopy, into caves, between rock formation and to the forest below. For some river adventures, the Mopan offers rapids for canoeing, kayaking,
rafting and tubing,
or for a calmer tour, the winding Macal River takes visitors by the Panti Medicinal Trail and into San Ignacio town.
Other nearby tours include airboating the mangroves, 4x4 and jungle buggy exploration.
Cayo is the adventure capital of Belize. New adventures and trills are found daily. If you are interested in a tour not listed, be sure to give us a call. Virtually any tour can be arranged by our guest services. For more information on our tours, visit special interest section which provides some sample itineraries and tours, or give us a call at 011-501-822-3320.