The hotel is surrounded by the natural beauty of Belize’s rainforest and citrus orchards.
Guest rooms have air conditioning, private bathrooms, cable TV, a small refrigerator, and views of the rainforest.
An open-air palm-thatch restaurant serves fresh seafood, jerk chicken, and other Caribbean specialties for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
You can use your tour credit toward any of the tours offered by the hotel. Options include bird watching, cave tubing, and exploring the Mayan ruins.
The hotel is just 12 miles from Dangriga, a town famous for its Garifuna culture. There, you can take an African-drumming workshop and visit the Gulisi Garifuna Museum. Each year on November 19, the town of Dangriga hosts a festival celebrating the arrival of the Garifuna people to Central America, with drumming, dancing, and local cuisine.
The Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, about a one-hour drive from Dangriga, is the world’s first jaguar preserve, and it’s a nice spot to hike or swim underneath a tropical waterfall.