Macaw Bank Jungle Lodge

cayo, belize

From $95/ night
  • airport transfers
  • bar / lounge
  • community recreation area
  • electricity - solar/wind powered
  • flower garden
  • front desk
  • housekeeping
  • internet - wired
  • lounge areas
  • running water - collected rainwater
  • umbrellas
  • badminton
  • beach volleyball
  • bird watching
  • canoeing
  • excursions
  • farmers market
  • guided tours
  • massage
  • nature walks
  • social and cultural visits
  • stargazing
  • wildlife observing
  • yoga
  • On-site restaurant  
  • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

    Payments in full are required at booking.

    No refunds within 30 days, will issue travel voucher for future travel with us

    30 to 60 days, will refund 50%

    More than 60 days, will refund, less $50

    Admininstration fee plus credit card fees

How Do I Get There?

From the international airport you can use Tropic Air and fly to Maya Flatts. Book the flight online. You can rent a car from the airport and drive the roughly two hours to the lodge. It is best to have a four-wheel drive car. There are also pick-ups done by the lodge; make arrangements when booking. If you are coming from inland, you can come by the local bus, and we will pick you up in San Ignacio.  

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A 50-acre, river-front nature reserve, this jungle retreat is situated in the rainforest of Cayo District of western Belize. We have six well-appointed cabanas (huts) that have hot water showers and a great screened-in porch with seating to enjoy morning birding and evening sunsets. All rooms have a queen-size bed, private bath and are freestanding, affording privacy. The rooms are designed using locally handcrafted, custom-made rustic-style furniture, textiles, and crafts.

River tubing is available to guests. There are five miles of well groomed nature to facilitate some great bird watching, leading you past some ancient trees and to our sandy river-front beach. Abundant flora and fauna can be viewed. We are conveniently located centrally between the Maya villages of Cristo Rey and San Antonio, as well as centrally located between San Ignacio and the beautiful Mountain Pine Ridge.

Macaw Bank Jungle Lodge

Glamping Types

  • Huts & Cottages

Great For

  • couples
  • families
  • honeymoon
  • small groups
  • solo travelers
  • wedding

Setting

  • caves
  • eco-reserve
  • forest / woods
  • jungle
  • mountain
  • river / stream
  • tour / excursion

Total Accommodations

  • 6

Minimum Night Stay

  • 3

Rates Based On

  • double occupancy

Best time to visit

Open: Year-Round 

High Season: Christmas to Easter

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Accommodations

  • Cabanas

    From $95/ night
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  • Amenities
    • airport transfers
    • bar / lounge
    • community recreation area
    • electricity - solar/wind powered
    • flower garden
    • front desk
    • housekeeping
    • internet - wired
    • lounge areas
    • running water - collected rainwater
    • umbrellas
  • Experiences
    • badminton
    • beach volleyball
    • bird watching
    • canoeing
    • excursions
    • farmers market
    • guided tours
    • massage
    • nature walks
    • social and cultural visits
    • stargazing
    • wildlife observing
    • yoga
  • Dining Options
    • On-site restaurant  
  • Policies
    • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

      Payments in full are required at booking.

      No refunds within 30 days, will issue travel voucher for future travel with us

      30 to 60 days, will refund 50%

      More than 60 days, will refund, less $50

      Admininstration fee plus credit card fees

  • Location

    How Do I Get There?

    From the international airport you can use Tropic Air and fly to Maya Flatts. Book the flight online. You can rent a car from the airport and drive the roughly two hours to the lodge. It is best to have a four-wheel drive car. There are also pick-ups done by the lodge; make arrangements when booking. If you are coming from inland, you can come by the local bus, and we will pick you up in San Ignacio.  

    View Google Maps

Inside Scoop

  • Rate Details:

    Low season: $95–$145

    High season: $135–$175

    Based on double occupancy, per night

  • Lots to see:

    Mayan sites, caves, rivers, birding and flowers all year-round

  • The Restaurant:

    Meals are made with the freshest organic foods found in the Cayo area. We are happy to serve special diets and vegetarian meals, and all meals are served with appetizers and dessert.