Travelers, Jeff and his wife, found that their Vibram Five Fingers classics and KSOs were perfect for scaling ruins and exploring caves in the jungles of Belize and Guatemala.
Jeff commented on their trip:
My wife and I each have the VFF Classics and KSOs, which worked perfectly for our recent trip to the jungles of Belize and Guatemala. At the Mayan ruins at Tikal in Guatemala, the Vibrams were perfect for gripping ruins that often had difficult surfaces. After visiting the ruins, they proved equally helpful on a zipline tour. The water picture shows us cave tubing on a river in Belize, with me in the KSOs and my wife in the Classics. Unfortunately, we have no pictures in our KSOs on the day spelunking at Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) where the shoes were indispensable. We were often up to our chests in water where secure footing was often difficult to come by. Our fellow cavers in traditional shoes (and even those in Chaco-type sandals) were slipping and sliding, The "toe-by-toe" feedback of the KSOs let us know just how much stability we could expect, and their grip on the wet limestone never failed us. Now if only they'd artificially light the cave so that we could have taken some pictures of us in there...