Come with us to Belize for a wellness adventure as you practice yoga in paradise and visit jungles packed with wildlife. Each day includes a yoga session along with exciting tours of the local area. You’ll snorkel in crystal clear waters amongst schools of colorful fish, enjoy unique Garifuna culture, visit modern-day Mayan villages, and discover some of the most incredible ecosystems remaining in the Americas, including a jaguar preserve and a wild scarlet macaw sanctuary. This is an adventure you don’t want to miss!
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Day 1: Welcome to Belize! Transfer to Hopkins and settle into your beach accomodations.
Arrive at the Belize International Airport to meet your trip mates, and ride to Hopkins where you will stay for the length of your trip. Settle in at beach accommodations on the shore of the Caribbean and prepare for the next few days of yoga, relaxation, great seafood, and very friendly people. Enjoy a night yoga session under the stars.
Day 2: Begin your day with a seaside yoga session, and spend the afternoon snorkeling in Belize's barrier reef.
Wake up to the shores of the Caribbean and begin your day with yoga. Spend the afternoon experiencing some of the finest snorkeling on the planet in the South Water Caye Marine Reserve. The barrier reef of Belize is pristine and huge. Explore this fascinating and colorful underwater world and enjoy lunch on a small mangrove island.
Day 3: Start your day with a morning yoga session before visiting a jaguar preserve.
After a wake up yoga session, enjoy a morning visit to the famed Cockscomb Basin Jaguar Preserve for a guided tour of the jungle. Run by the Belize Audubon Society, the Cockscomb Basin is one of the last refuges for the jaguar. It is also home to many other species of birds and animals. After a jungle hike, enjoy a swim in a crystal clear pool at the base of a waterfall or a float down the jungle river in an inner tube. After that, head off for great shopping at a Mayan crafts center and then bird watching later in the afternoon.
Day 4: Enjoy a morning yoga session under the palapa followed by a zipline adventure through the jungle canopies.
Spend the morning relaxing and participating in yoga under the palapa. The afternoon is yours to spend exploring the town of Hopkins, ziplining in the jungle, or relaxing at the beach. Dinner will be shared with Garifuna drummers serving local fare.
Day 5: Rise early for an excursion to see scarlet macaws. Unwind with an evening yoga session.
You have the option to rise early and go to the Mayan village of Red Bank to see scarlet macaws. This is one of the last places these majestic parrots live in the wild. The adventuresome can hike up into the mountains to take in the scenic village of Red Bank, a friendly place where modern day Maya live. Enjoy lunch by the river before heading back to relax on the beach in Hopkins. Wind down with an evening yoga session.
Day 6: Enjoy one final meal with your trip mates before transferring to Belize City for your return home.
Enjoy one last tropical breakfast and then drive to Belize City for your flight. Head home centered after days of yoga in paradise.
Dates & Fees
WI leads trips to Belize but currently has no dates scheduled for this itinerary. If you have a group of people interested, we can set up a customized adventure just for you! Please contact us or request a trip quote below if you are interested in a group trip to this destination.Request Trip Quote »
What to Expect
TERRAIN/ROUTE: Enjoy exploring the jungles of Belize and yoga on the beach. We will hike a few miles of uneven trail with elevation change each day. While trails are accessible, it is important to bring sturdy hiking footwear.
TYPE OF TRAVEL/DISTANCE: You will travel by foot as you explore the wonders of Belize. Transportation to and from accommodations will be provided by boat or van.
LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: No previous experience is necessary to complete this trip. Enjoy an active adventure as you experience the jungles and temples of Belize first hand. Casual swimming for snorkeling and beach time will also take place.
WEATHER: Temperatures between January and March can range from 60 F at night to 95 F during the day at the coast and from 50 F at night to 85 F during the day in the mountains. Rainfall varies, you should expect some rain throughout your trip.
YOUR GROUP: The group size ranges from 8 to 12 participants and 1-2 Wilderness Inquiry staff. Each group consists of people of various ages, backgrounds, and abilities, including people with disabilities.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Throughout the trip we will be staying in local hotels. The accommodations are simple yet comfortable. Typically there are 2-4 people per room, matched by gender or requests to room together. In most rooms, solo travelers have single beds and couples share beds. We make every effort to ensure privacy and cleanliness.
SINGLE TRAVELERS: If you are traveling alone you will feel at home with a welcoming group. If you would like to have your own room throughout the trip you may purchase a single supplement for an additional fee. Please email or call us if you would like this option.
MEALS: Meals are made for you. You’ll enjoy in typical Belize fare, including fresh fish, chicken, and lots of fruit. The water in Belize is safe to drink from the tap and bottled water is readily available. We’ll enjoy happy hours, but the purchase of alcoholic beverages is not included in the trip fees.
EQUIPMENT AND CLOTHING: You will need to provide your personal gear which is outlined in the packing list.Read more »