At Serenity Sands, you can choose between simply relaxing for the day, or going on an adventurous tour to the Cayes or on mainland Belize. We'll help you plan every detail of your stay so you will have the perfect getaway.

If you choose to stay at Serenity Sands, you can spend your time:

We really enjoyed all the tours recommended and booked for us. — Rod & Gayle, Marion, Iowa, US


Using Serenity Sands as your base, you can take advantage of the many exciting tours Belize has to offer. We'll be happy to set up your tour with established Belizean tour companies.

Cave tubing is an experience unique to the country of Belize. After crossing the Caves Branch river, a guide will take you on an informative hike through the rain forest where you will learn Mayan history and the local flora and fauna. You will then have an exciting yet relaxing ride on tubes down the river and through the caves.

The cavetubing tour can also be combined with a zipline jungle canopy tour or the Belize Zoo. also does tours of Maya archeological sites, even Tikal in Guatemala.

The Belize Zoo, "The Best Little Zoo in the World" is an attraction we are happy to recommend. The zoo can be combined with a cavetubing tour, you can use a zoo guide or do a self-guided tour with the maps provided. At the zoo you can see 125 different species in their natural habitat.

The Lamanai tour is one of the most popular of the Mayan sites. For about an hour and a half, you'll have an educational ride down the New River to the site. Lunch is served, then you have a guided tour of Lamanai, where you can climb high on one of the pyramids to view the surrounding area. We use Jungle River Tours for this excursion.

Snorkeling off the barrier reef is something many come to Belize to experience. It can easily be done in a day trip while staying at Serenity Sands. We'll set it up for you with Searious Adventures. You can fly or take a boat out to San Pedro, spend half a day snorkeling, and return to Serenity Sands all in the same day!

Other Options

Thank you so much for your wonderful hospitality! We have enjoyed your generous sharing of local knowledge. — Sonja & Miles, Charlie Lake, BC, Canada

Self_guided Tours

If you would like to tour the country yourself there are many natural attractions:

Corozal District

Shipstern Nature Reserve — This reserve has an established botanical trail.

In the Free Zone, just on the Belize, Mexico border, you can spend some time at the Princess or Las Vegas casinos. A border fee is required to leave Belize and enter the Free Zone.

Belize District

Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary — The variety of habitats in the Crooked Tree area provide food and homes for a wide diversity of animals.

Community Baboon Sanctuary — In addidtion to the flora and fauna of the reqion, the sanctuary also provides visitors with an intimate view of rural life in Belize.

Belize Zoo - You can see over 125 Belizean animals in their natural habitat.

Near Belize City is the Old Belize Adventure Park, which has a waterslide, zip line and cultural exhibit.

Cayo District

In the Cayo District — Guanacaste National Park — A self-guiding trail guide booklet is available at the new visitor center.

There is a fee to enter any of the national parks or reserves in the country, most of the time as little as $5 US.

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