Zip-Lining and Cave Tubing Combo with Lunch
Tour Participation Requirements
Special Medical Restriction
The Xibalba cave system is the "place of fear" where the ancient Maya left offerings and conducted sacrifices to their 12 death gods.
If you're wondering why the Maya needed a dozen deities for death, it's because each held domain over various forms of human suffering, bringing sickness, starvation, fear, pain, and other forms of misery.
As you float and paddle through this otherworldly cave system, you'll discover stalagmites (those pointy limestone formations that grow up from the ground) and stalactites (the ones that hang down from the ceiling) that magically appear out of the darkness. At times, you'll briefly emerge into the daylight, only to cross into other caves, some quite spectacular and spacious almost cathedral-like. What will the next one bring? Maya cave drawings? Ancient artifacts? Anything is possible. For the adventurous traveler, Mayan hell is heaven on earth.
Hell on the way to hell
You'd think it would be easy to get to Mayan hell, but the gods of Xibalba were all about obstacles: rivers filled with scorpions, blood, and pus. Confusing forks in the path. Lifelike figures meant to humiliate those who expected a response. Houses filled with darkness, bone-chilling cold, and hungry jaguars. Their reasoning seems to have been that eternal misery wasn't enough getting there had to be hell too.
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