You won't find a property more eco-friendly thank this one. This field station uses eco-tourism as a way to support the local environment, rather than a way to make money because of it. Guests are invited to stay at this rustic field station and learn about local nature and culture while they do.
La Milpa is a good choice for vacationers hoping for some after hours fun, as there is a nice variety of entertainment venues to pick from.
Situated toward the center of Orange Walk District, 10.0 miles west-southwest of La Union, La Milpa Field Station is a great choice for vacationers who are thinking about staying in this area of Belize. It is 33.9 miles west-southwest of the center of Orange Walk.
Lodging options are either private cabanas or a bed in the dormitory. The cabanas are thatched with botan palms and have two double beds in the main room as well as a third double bed in the loft. The dorm, meanwhile has six rooms each equipped with four bunk beds and a fifth double bed in a loft.
Considering its overall quality, we have rated this lodge a rating of two and a half stars.
A listing of the in-room conveniences that you'll find at La Milpa Field Station include:
Remember that amenities sometimes vary from room to room, so if you desire a certain amenity for your stay, contact the lodge to see if it is available.
There are eight trails to explore, and guides available to take you on a tour. Daily birding walks are available twice a day, and those who stay for several nights are treated to a night safari.
The following list identifies other amenities on this property:
Since the specifics tend to change, it's a good idea to double check with the property to be sure everything you're expecting is available. To see more info about the kinds of recreational opportunities offered at La Milpa Field Station, click here.
Guests are treated to free meals in the dining room as part of their stay. Meals are served buffet style and feature traditional Belizean and North American cuisine. Dining times are 7:30 a.m.
for breakfast noon for lunch, and 6:00 p.m. for dinner in the summer, but 6:30 p.m. in the summer.
Outside of the on-location dining, those hoping to find further culinary variety should also investigate the area's other local restaurants. It can be a time-saver to know the area's restaurant options, though La Milpa does have some tasty choices of its own. Click here for more information on this area's dining choices.
Services at this property, including the one below, may help you get the most out of your time here.
You'll encounter a fair number of attractions located within a short distance of La Milpa. The nearest includes Rio Bravo Conservation and Management, a nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve.
The lodge is in the vicinity of Orange Walk, a beautiful location for travelers to explore.
If you're still curious about what's in the area of the property, click here.
Location: Orange Walk District, Belize
Phone: (501) 227-5616
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