Visit the very popular “Blue Hole” on the mainland. Located at the foothills of the Maya mountains, St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park, co-managed by the Belize Audubon Society, offers you a unique view of Belize’s geology. Explore the first 200m inside the cave, no crawling…then take a walk in the forest to the collapsed underground cave called the Blue Hole. Relax in the azure-color pool before heading over to the “the Best little zoo in the world,” The Belize Zoo!
After lunch, you’ll see more than 45 native species in their natural habitat including endangered and rare species like the Central American tapir, the jaguar and the harpy eagle. The Zoo has a well deserve reputation for conservation of native wildlife, rehabilitation of injured animals and an outstanding public education program. It’s the one site you are guaranteed to see Belize’s wildlife up close and personal.