Join a naturalist guide for a late afternoon paddle up the beautiful Macal River. Watch as the sun sets and the birds of the day come home to their night time roosts along the verdant banks of this pristine jungle river. As the daylight fades, your senses will become attuned to the mysterious sounds of the darkening jungle. Awakening night creatures will begin to stir as a new and mysterious world unveils itself and surrounds you.
As you paddle along, your naturalist guide will point out the many species of tropical flora and fauna that thrive in abundance along the river banks. He will also discuss the ecology of this riverine habitat and the cultural and historical importance that this timeless waterway has played in the history and evolution of Belize.
Daily at 4:30pm
1 1/2 hours
Old town 3 seat canoes & life vests
Sports or swim wear and sturdy water sandals or protective footwear recommended
What To Bring Along
Hat, water, insect repellant, camera and raingear if needed.
|US $12 per person + tax|
Lucy & Mick Fleming, Founders and Owners