Whether you stay at the Ballum Na, the Jungle Camp or the Moho Cay Lodge, you are guaranteed to have a tropical vacation unlike any other. Two of the locations operates on practically silent generators, which provides for a unique experience that removes you from the typical reliance on technology and electricity. Hot water is always available.
Situated near the middle of Toledo District, north of Hopeville, Belize Lodge-Ballum Na offers a warm welcome to visitors who are thinking about lodging in this part of Belize. From this accommodation, the center of Punta Gorda is to the south.
Situated deep within the Boden Creek Preserve, the Ballum Na provides lodging for foreign travelers, and is also home to two beautiful jaguar brothers. One master suite and two junior suites comprise the accommodation options at the Ballum Na. The Master Suite features a spacious bedroom, beautiful hardwoods, and a view of the the main jaguar habitat.
The two Junior Suites look out over the Boden Creek, and each feature private sitting areas. Each room has large comfortable king beds, plush linens and ceiling fans. This seemingly unreal lodge is only accessible via the private airstrip located on the property.
At the Jungle Camp, guests will be able to explore the dense tropical vegetation that surrounds them with the helpful assistance of their Mayan guide. This location is only accessible by river, and is known as the most remote of the tree lodges. The accommodations at the Jungle Camp are individual bungalows that sit perched above the jungle floor. Each unit includes a fully-screened facility with plush beds, fine linen, deep-pillowed chairs, giant ceiling fans, and a tiled hot-water shower and bath.
Sprawling private beaches and a truly environmentally-friendly facility await guests at the Moho Cay Lodge. This location operates solely by power provided by solar panels and wind energy. Situated on a small island in the Port Honduras Marine Reserve, the Moho Cay Lodge offers tent-style accommodations along the shoreline. These 'tents' feature hardwood floors, tiled bathrooms and wicker furnishings. Enjoy a locally-brewed beer while basking in the privacy of the tranquil island. This location is only accessible by the lodge's ex-US Navy Marine Launches.
Ballum Na Lodge is a very small option featuring just 3 units. Visitors who are trying to avoid big, commercial resorts will appreciate the simple ambiance at this little property. In terms of quality, we've rated this lodge a 4 star rating.
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Dining options vary based upon the three locations of Belize Lodges. At the Ballum Na, guests will be treated to wake-up breakfasts, brunches, afternoon teas and snacks during the day. Come nightfall, a five-course dinner will refuel guests after a long day spent exploring.
The Jungle Camp offers a fine-dining experience at their restaurant where black-tie waiters serve five-course meals, and breakfasts consist of fresh local breads, Mayan omelets and tropical fruits. The Jungle Camp boasts a fine selection of cigars as well. At the Moho Cay Lodge, a resident chef prepares all meals for guests. Whether you choose to dine in the lodge's restaurant or have your meals served on your private veranda, you are sure to be impressed by freshly caught conch and deliciously prepared dishes.
Outside of the on-location dining options, those looking to find more culinary diversity may also be interested in the area's other nearby restaurant selections. It's helpful to pick out a few restaurants in the area that are worth trying, even though Ballum Na Lodge has dining of its own. To find out more about this area's dining, click here.
You'll encounter plenty of attractions within a short distance of Ballum Na Lodge. One nearby place of interest is Nim Li Punit, a historical site.
The lodge is located near Punta Gorda, a fascinating spot for travelers to explore.
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Location: Toledo District, Belize
Phone: (501) 223-6324
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