Region: West Belize

Tapir Mountain Reserve

Located in the lower foothills of the Maya Mountains, the Tapir Mountain Reserve protects an area of approximately 28 square kilometres. It is home to Baird’s tapir, keel billed toucan, black orchid and the mahogany tree, all national symbols of Belize. The reserve is not open to the public and can only be visited by … Continued

Ka’ana Resort

Small boutique hotel is located near San Ignacio in the far west of Belize, close to Xunantunich Maya ruins

Hidden Valley Inn

Located in the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve, part of the remote Maya Mountains of western Belize

Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve

Located in western Belize, near San Ignacio town, this upland reserve is dominated by native pine forest combined with rainforest at the lower elevations. It is home to a number of large mammals, including coati, Baird’s tapir, ocelot and jaguar, and 200 species of birds including the endangered orange breasted falcon, stygian owl and king … Continued

Blancaneaux Lodge

Overlooking the gentle rapids and waterfalls of the Privassion River within beautiful Western Belize

Macal River Camp

Clean and comfortable wooden cabins set on the banks of the Macal River in western Belize

The Lodge at Chaa Creek

Longest established lodge in the country located near San Ignacio in the far west of Belize

Pooks Hill Jungle Lodge

One of our clients’ most popular Lodges adjacent to the Tapir Mountain Reserve

Chiquibul Forest Reserve & National Park

The largest protected area in Belize, totalling half a million hectares, the reserve in the Maya Mountains is an area of outstanding biological diversity that provides an important habitat for many endangered species. Within the reserve lies the Las Cuevas research station.