Barton Creek Cave

Driving through a small Mennonite Community called Barton Creek, will take us to remnants of an ancient Mayan civilization waiting to be explored in the cool watery underground caverns of Barton Creek. Here, you will experience the essence of a meditative ambience as you paddle on a canoe through an underground cave system as the sound of paddle on the peaceful waters harmonizes with your heartbeat. Your visit will include paddling canoes along an ancient Maya waterway inside the mountain. It is believed that the Mayas once used Barton Creek Cave as a center for ritualistic activities including human sacrifices, bloodletting rituals, agriculture rituals and possible fertility rites.

Time: 9:00AM to 1:00PM (4 hrs.) or 1:00PM to 5:00PM( 4 hrs.)

Things to bring: comfortable clothes, footwear ( water shoes, sandals, etc.), camera. Mosquito repellant

Includes: entrance fee, water, tour guide, equipment & transportation

Departs: our Office -Burns Avenue, San Ignacio town (We offer free hotel pick up within San Ignacio Town)