Belize is the experiential learning adventure of a lifetime!

Our naturalist guides will leave the city far behind as we drive through Belize’s capital city of Mopan and the town of San Ignacio, on our way to Western Belize. Spend time on the banks of the Macal River, where we are likely to be woken to the sounds of Howler Monkeys at dawn.

Explore the warm turquoise waters of the Caribbean to catch your own lobster by hand for a savory dinner feast … Delicious.

Invoke the ancient past with a breathtaking panoramic view from atop the Lag Temple at Lamanai, one of the oldest and longest occupied Mayan sites in Belize … Powerful.

Work together with the small community of Indian Church, beyond where power lines reach, alongside acres of Mennonite farmland … Insightful.

Navigate the clear blue waters of the ancient Crystal Cave by inner tube and discover unique sparkling formations formed over centuries … Captivating.

Sound absolutely amazing? You bet! In an already phenomenal destination, Chill Expeditions takes Belize adventure travel to the next level. With our powerful 360-degree approach to eco-immersion expeditions, we allow you to fully grasp Belize’s fascinating history through engaging encounters with the people that make up this unique melting-pot culture—Garifuna, Mayan, Creole, Mestizo and more. We go beyond just showing you the typical tourist sites. We help you to gain a new perspective on history, culture, geography and biodiversity and how they are woven together into a captivating story… and how that story is relevant to your own life in a powerful, meaningful way.

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Why We Love Belize


Culture and History

From an epicenter of Mayan civilization to a British territory colonized by pirates, Belizean history and culture is as colorful as its coral reefs. Warm and welcoming locals share their strong community customs that vary greatly throughout the country. Discover the amazing mix of cultures that have called Belize home over millennia through visits to sacred sites and ruins, stays in rural villages, and stories shared over delicious home-cooked meals.



With nearly half of the country designated as protected areas and national parks, you can discover unrivalled pristine wildlife and ecosystems in Belize. The country is home to an incredible array of biodiversity and unique species—rich ecotypes, both on land and in the ocean. In addition to the wealth of Marine biology in the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, Belize is also an important part of the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor, a system of protected habitats stretching from Panama to Mexico. Bring your binoculars for a chance to see scarlet macaws, monkeys, elusive jaguars, and marine life ranging from manatees to whale sharks!


Accessible and Easy to Travel 

Few countries in Central America are as travel-friendly as Belize. With an English speaking population and well-maintained roads and infrastructure, travel in this tiny country (just larger than Massachusetts) is a snap. Our local guides take care of all your adventure travel needs so you can sit back and soak in the scenery.

A Day on Expedition in Belize

Day 3: The Future of the Seas; Belizean Cayes

Today we explore the pressures on marine eco-systems and discuss positive solutions for protecting the beauty and richness of our oceans. Today we explore the coral reefs and mangroves throughout this insular area, focusing on endangered and threatened species including manatees, sharks, and heavily exploited fish, and what we can do to protect them.

Important Themes:

  • Endangered ocean species and threats to survival

  • Protecting marine habitats: Strategies and challenges

  • Ocean habitats throughout the world – what needs to be saved?

  • Safe fishing practices and alternatives to overfishing

Best Value in Belize

Chill Expeditions offers the absolute best value for an unparalleled experiential learning experience in Belize. Each of our expeditions is customized to meet your educational vision and trip interests, so pricing varies by itinerary – most of our student expeditions to Belize range from $285-$325 per student per day (land cost). We offer 1 free chaperone land cost for each 10 paying students, and our adventure expeditions are completely all inclusive – no add-ons or hidden costs while on the road. View Pricing Information