Belize is a unique location as the only English-speaking country in Central America that is also considered a part of the Caribbean. On the southern tip of this country, on the Caribbean coast sits the Belcampo Lodge on a 12,000-acre nature reserve.
You can spend your days in the lounge areas, swimming pools, spa, the bar, or on the observation decks with a cool drink with a view of the Maya Mountains and endless rainforests. The lodge’s on-site farm produces almost all the ingredients for the restaurant which offers amazing Belizean and international cuisine.
Belcampo Lodge is the epitome of agro-tourism chic and offers its guests a wide selection of activities to its guests including guided and un-guided nature tours, hikes, mountain biking, and canoeing and kayaking on the Rio Grande. The lodge also offers fly-fishing tours, ocean charters, and tours to ancient Mayan archaeological sites in the region. You can also take trips into traditional Garifuna villages and enjoy cultural foods and music.