Belize River Rafting – Best Cave Tubing In Belize – Cave Tubing Belize – Belize Cave Tubing Carnival
Elvin Torres Private Tours - Guide to Belize river rafting and cave tubing Belize. Belize cave tubing company offering private river rafting and the best cave tubing in Belize. Our river rafting and Belize cave tubing are family friendly and can be done by most age groups. We also offer private carnival cave tubing Belize to cruise ship passengers. For information visit my website: http://belizeriverrafting.bravesites.com
Elvin Adventures has specialized in River kayak trips, River Rafting, and Belize Cave Tubing trips since its inception as an Adventure Specialist since 2018. Today that tradition continues with our river kayak trips and river rafting trips down the Sibun River in Frank Eddie’s Village in western Belize.
The Sibun River is a river in Belize which drains a large central portion of the country. The Sibun (Xibun) were ancient Maya people who inhabited the region.
Sibun River, view from Hummingbird Highway
The headwaters of the Sibun River are located within the Maya Mountains, at approximately 800 meters above sea level, where it is known as the Caves Branch River. The river then flows through a gorge until it reaches an alluvial floodplain, where citrus and cacao plantations exist. Here the river valley is flanked by karst topography featuring Maya cave sites. Before the river reaches the village of Freetown Sibun, river figs and spiny bamboo are common along its banks; along the stretch of river between the coast and the village, mangroves are predominant. It empties into the Caribbean Sea, south of Belize City.
Group Cave Tubing
The Sibun River Watershed features several vegetation types, including tropical evergreen seasonal mixed needle forest, broadleaf forest, mangroves, and agriculture.
The Sibun Watershed Association is a local organization focused on environmental issues within the watershed.
Since 1999 Guatemala has claimed all Belizean land south of the Sibun River, although the claim is not internationally recognized. The current internationally accepted southern Belizean–Guatemalan border is the Sarstoon River. The claim is central to the ongoing Belizean–Guatemalan territorial dispute. Mexico once claimed the portion of Belize north of the Sibun River but dropped the claim in a treaty with Britain in 1893. Since then, Mexico has stated that it would revive the claim only if Guatemala were successful in obtaining all or part of the nation.
This is to inform you that our river rafting and cave tubing can be combined with the following tours: zipline, jungle atv, Belize zoo, xunantunich Mayan ruins, altun ha Mayan ruins, baboon sanctuary, and horseback riding. Some of the most popular tours in Belize are as follow: cave tubing and zipline, zipline, horseback riding and cave tubing, jungls atv and zipline, cave tubing and altun ha Mayan ruins, cave tubing and xunantunich Mayan Ruins, and baboon sanctuary and altun ha Mayan ruins, just to name a few.