Lamanai Outpost Lodge

Lamanai Outpost Lodge is located on a remote 28-mile long lagoon in the jungles of Belize, 70 miles from the nearest other full-service hotel. This secluded location, deep in unadulterated wilderness, allows for some truly remarkable activities and adventures. It's not surprising that guests come so far out of their way to experience Lamanai Outpost Lodge.

Active guests will never run out of things to do at this all-inclusive lodge, as they will enjoy convenient access to an excellent range of recreational options. The watersports here are among the best options, and will keep the whole family happy throughout your vacation.

Located on the eastern edge of Orange Walk District, 3.7 miles north-northeast of Lamanai, Lamanai Outpost Lodge, an all-inclusive property, is a great choice for guests who are interested in staying in this area of Belize. From this accommodation, the center of Orange Walk is to the north.

Accommodations

Out of the twenty double thatch-roofed cabanas, only two have air conditioning. The ventilation in the cabanas, however, is excellent with a cool breeze from the lagoon and strong ceiling fans in every cabana. Most cabanas have one queen bed and one double bed, and the modern amenities include electricity, hot and cold water, and a mini bar.

Lamanai Outpost has just 17 units. Accordingly, it's perfect for vacationers who like a calm, quiet atmosphere.

This lodge has been awarded a rating of two and a half stars from Caribya! with respect to public spaces, style, furnishings and ambience. Learn more about our Caribya! star ratings, and why they are usually lower than ratings from Trip Advisor and other sites, by clicking here.

A listing of the guest room amenities available at Lamanai Outpost Lodge is provided below.

  • Private Bath
  • Double Bed
  • Refrigerator
  • Terrace
  • Queen Bed

If you want to confirm exactly what comes with your room, mention this when you contact the front desk or reservation service.

Activities and Amenities

While the cabanas are good accommodations, the real reason to stay at Lamanai Outpost Lodge is for the exclusive tours and attractions. Guests can opt for their activities a la carte or they can book an all-inclusive package that include two activities per each night's stay. There are eight activities available to guests. The Jungle Dawn experience is a guided trek through the jungle as the sun rises. The Sunrise Canoe Expedition takes guests across the lagoon early in the morning with abundant wildlife including crocodiles, manatees, otters, and parrots. A trip to the Lamanai Maya Ruins offers exploration of the 700+ structures of the 3000 year old civilization. The Maya Medicine Trail provides insight into the natural remedies prepared by the indigenous people with a variety of local plants. The Sunset Cocktail Cruise is just what it sounds like, a cruise on the New River Lagoon with a personal bartender and plenty of wildlife and a stunning sunset. The Nature Walk is a walk around the reserve observing wildlife. The Spotlight Nature Safari is a nighttime boat ride to observe some of the nocturnal animals including, possibly, the endangered jaguar. Finally, Night Walks are guided walks through the jungle at night with encounters with animals like owls, frogs, howler monkeys, birds, and more. There are specialzed adventures as well that aren't included in the all-inclusive package, and they include Native Fishing, Howler Monkey Trek, Sunset Airboat Safari, Crocodile Encounter, Night Spear Fishing, and Birding Expeditions.

The following list identifies some other amenities:

  • Fishing
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking/Nature Walk

If you want to know exactly what to expect upon arrival, it's a good idea to double check with the property just in case availability varies. To see an in-depth description about the specific recreation and activities that Lamanai Outpost Lodge offers, click here.

Food

The open air restaurant at the Lodge offers views of the jungle and the lagoon, providing an al fresco setting for enjoying meals that are focused on local, natural fare. They offer one set menu of Belizean cuisine each day, but if you have dietary restrictions they will work to accommodate your needs.

Besides on-location dining options, visitors hoping for more culinary diversity might also want to consider some of the area's other nearby restaurant choices. It might save you time to learn which choices are available nearby, though Lamanai Outpost does have dining of its own, including Bushy's Place. Click here for a more detailed discussion about food in this area.

Guest Services

Also included with these accommodations are guest services -- including the ones listed here -- can help ensure that you stay stress free and relaxed while visiting Belize.

  • Complimentary Wake-up Service
  • Porters
  • Meal Plan - FAP/Full-board
  • Tour Desk
  • Airport Shuttle

Nearby

Guests will encounter a good selection of attractions located near Lamanai Outpost. One of the closest is Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, an interesting nature sanctuary/wildlife reserve.

One closeby area of interest from the lodge is Orange Walk. If you find yourself with spare time, have yourself a side trip to a neighboring town to see what else the country has to offer.

For additional information about what's located near Lamanai Outpost Lodge, click here.

Contact Info

Location: Orange Walk District, Belize

Phone: (888) 733-7864

Fax: (501) 235-2441

Website: http://www.lamanai.com/

 

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