Rural Yet Luxurious Cabana Accommodation in Rainforest near Belize CityCayo, Cayo District (Belize)
Rural Yet Luxurious Cabana Accommodation in Rainforest near Belize City
"We stayed here for a week and had an amazing time. Such a gem located right in the rainforest, the fauna was incredible. I'm not big into birding, bu…"
This rural yet luxurious cabana getaway in the rainforest of Belize features two comfy queen-size beds, with the option for an additional single bed. It is set across a bubbling creek on a platform 20 feet above the forest floor, providing excellent views of the jungle. It is accessed by a raised walkway through the trees and has plenty of space for guests to enjoy their fabulous vacation in.
These cabanas are built with traditional thatch roofs and are designed in harmony with their surroundings, allowing for a unique and completely breathtaking atmosphere. Each private cabana is fully screened and equipped with a private bathroom, hot water shower, ceiling fan, and 24-hour electricity on a 110 voltage system.
These cabanas are built with traditional thatch roofs and are designed in harmony with their surroundings. Each private cabana is fully screened and equipped with a private bathroom, hot water shower, ceiling fan, and 24-hour electricity on a 110 voltage system. Guide services for jungle hikes are complimentary for guests.
At the main lodge, relax at the bar over a cool drink. Meals are served in the lantern-lit dining room overlooking the forest canopy. Belizean and European dishes are served buffe- style.
- Queen-size bed
- Twin/Single bed
- Wildlife watching
Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Cayo, Cayo District (Belize)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
Discover the adventures of inland Belize, exploring hidden Mayan ruins, mysterious caverns and journey to the ancient Maya underworld.
This glamping site has been endorsed by ornithologists as being in a league of its own. Birding from the lodge, the meadow, and along the riverside is superb. The combination of trails, river walks and open landscape provide birders with ample opportunity to spot our forest birds and migratory species.
This is an ideal location for students and researchers to explore the primary rainforest. Researchers use the facilities and leave valuable information that is available to guests.
Explore the reserve and hike past giant mahogany and under tangled lianas on the jungle trails. Discover the various medicinal plants, orchids, palms, hardwoods and the diversity of the insect and animal wildlife that use the rainforest of Belize.
Enjoy the crystal clear water of the Roaring River, downstream from the Thousand-Foot Falls in the Maya Mountains. This site has two miles of frontage on the Roaring River, providing ample opportunity for inner tubing or to cool off in one of the hidden jungle pools.