Rio Bravo Conservation Area

In the far northwest of Belize, the Rio Bravo Conservation Area protects 260,000 acres of low-lying tropical high moist rainforest, home to 400 species of birds, 200 species of trees and 70 mammals, including all five of Belize’s large cats. To the south, bordering the Rio Bravo, is a privately-owned property, Gallon Jug, which contains a farm enterprise, school, further protected land and the charming Chan Chich lodge, the only accommodation in the entire area of protected forest.

Accommodation Near Rio Bravo Conservation Area

Chan Chich Lodge

Belize
North Belize
A truly special place, set in its own Maya plaza surrounded by 130,000 acres of ...