As a whole, Belize is known for its eco-friendly accommodations. What you might not expect is to find so many in the country's capital city of Belmopan. On the contrary, there are about half a dozen in town and within a five mile radius. They come in the form of camp grounds, lodges, and eco-resorts, all of which promise you a chance to be surrounded by nature throughout your stay.
Nature lovers should check out the opportunities for eco-tourism in Belmopan. Camping is available, though you could also book your vacation in an eco-logde or resort. Read more info for each one by using the links.
If you're someone who wants to find plenty of convenient dining possibilities not far from your accommodation, Jaguar Paw Jungle Resort is one spot you won't want to overlook. Sitting on more than 200 acres of jungle reserve in Belize, and at the edge of the Caves Branch River, Jaguar Paw is a unique upscale resort that caters to both independent adventure travelers and families. Whether it's exploring the dense tropical rain forest or simply hanging out with the little ones at resort's butterfly farm, there is a choice to appeal to every member of the family. If you want to call in advance, you can do so at (501) 820-2023.
Cedar Cabins Lodge is a popular option in Belmopan. Centrally located amongst many of Belize's most popular attractions, Cedar Cabins Lodge serves as a beautiful home base for guests who want to take in as much of the local landscape as possible. The option to stay on-site the whole time also exists, thanks to the 180 acres of botanic reserve and bird sanctuary upon which the lodge sits. Find them on Western Highway at Mile 37.
Nature enthusiasts can find at least one campground-- Camalote Camp. There are two bunk beds, air conditioning, and private tiled bathrooms in each bunk room, with enough room to comfortably sleep four. If you want to be sure they're open , call them at (501) 822-0699.
A variety of eco-tourism accommodations can be seen in the following chart.
|Name||Type||Phone Number||Star Rating||Location|
|Banana Bank Lodge||Lodge||(501) 820-2020||
|2.9 mi. North of Central Belmopan|
|Belize Jungle Dome||Eco resort||(501) 822-2124||
|Banana Bank, 2.9 mi. North of Central Belmopan|
|Camalote Camp||Campground||(501) 822-0699||
|2.0 mi. South West of Central Belmopan|
|Cedar Cabins Lodge||Lodge||(501) 832-2050||
|Jaguar Paw Jungle Resort||Lodge||(501) 820-2023||
If you are looking for a wider variety of places beyond this category, you should look farther afield. Visit this extended discussion which is all about other kinds of accommodations for Belmopan if you want to find some more details.
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