Protruding from the lowlands, the jagged Cockscomb Mountains are an impressive mass of rocks, often shrouded by a halo of clouds, but visible from the coast on a clear day.
Immerse yourself in the most remote jungles of the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary on your way to scaling Victoria Peak Natural Monument - the highest mountain in the range and the second highest elevation in Belize! Wade across creeks, scramble up rocky streams and refresh in the cascading waterfall nearby - all on your way to hiking this incline.
Climbing this peak is the height of a Jungle Expedition few visitors - or Belizeans for that matter - get to experience. Be one of the few to undertake this difficult yet rewarding challenge and summit to the top of Belize! Witness panoramic views of the great expanse of surrounding wilderness - a lush green canopy carpet of tropical forest, enriched with massive trees and prolific wildlife, stretching as far as the eye can see!
If you had the opportunity to climb this enigmatic mountain, would you?