Discover the crystal cave at St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park on a full-day tour. A breath taking experience. At the crystal cave, those brave enough to take a tour in the undeveloped cave rooms will crawl through cracks and crevices, make it through and behold spectacular cave formations that your clastrophobic friends will never see. Crystal cave is visited by a number of tourists every year, attracting people seeking a rare glimpse of fascinating underground world.
Caves played a very important role in the ancient Maya culture, they considered caves to be a supernatural realm where their deities and ancestors resided, caves where the portal between the tangible human world and the invisible world of gods, a place called xibalba. it was here that the Mayas performed their most sacred rituals and ceremonies.
When exploring this dry cave you find evidence of temporary occupation or ritual presence such as ceramic bowls and pots, obsidian blades and even skeletal remains of sacrificial victims.
This Tour requires a moderate level of fitness
The tour starts with a 1 hour hike through the jungle then spending 4 to 5 hours inside the cave.
What to bring: long pants, hiking shoes, bug repellant, camera, bag pack
Tour duration: Full-day tour (approximately 6 hrs)
- Cave tour
- Park Entrance fee
- Swimming at Blue Hole
Price: US$75.00 u.s per person
Note: Transportation can also be arranged