Nature Resort offers a quiet, comfortable, and relaxing place to stay and enjoy nature with the black howler monkeys (baboons) and a large variety of birdlife, flora, and fauna. The property and its 9 free-standing cabanas and 2 brand new rooms are nestled in the rainforest of the Belize River Valley. We have been family owned and operated since 1996 and are well known for our Belizean cuisines and friendly management.
The majority of our cabanas have AC, hot and cold showers, private bathroom, small fridge, and coffee makers. Prices per each cabana are listed below:
Room 1 - "Mahogany" - $75 per night, 2 double beds (with kitchenette)
Room 3 - "Black Orchid" - $100 per night, 1 king bed (with kitchenette)
Room 4 - "Toucan" - $65 per night, double and single bed
Roo(URL HIDDEN)"Tapir Cabana" - $45 per night, 2 single beds, fan, shared bathroom
Roo(URL HIDDEN)"Howler Cabana" - $55 per night, double bed and single bed
Room 9 & 10 - "Cashew Cabana" - $70 per night, 2 double beds
Room 11 & 12 - "Mango rooms" - $100 per night, 2 double beds and 1 single bed, spacious and **new this year!
Our resort is the perfect place if you're looking to enjoy peace and quiet and the beautiful wildlife of the Belize River Valley. Along with solo travelers, couples, or group of friends, we can accommodate families and groups of all sizes. We are a must-stop and the perfect place for a birders retreat, home base for missionary trips, family reunion destination, or travel groups.
You can also venture on one of our nature tours including: daytime river tours, nighttime crocodile tours, monkey tours (although you may see them from the veranda of your cabana!), Maya ruin tours, bird-watching tours, guided nature hikes, and cultural tours as well.
We are sixteen miles away from the international airport so many tourists who include Placencia and other Southern or Coastal destinations in their visits to Belize stay at Nature Resort for a few days or a week at the beginning or end of their visits. Shuttles to and from the airport can be arranged in advance.
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I was borne and lived all my life on this family property that shares the same parking lot with the Community Baboon Sanctuary I have been an educator for more than 30 years in Belize at the primary and tertiary levels. I love plants and am promoting organically grown fruits and vegetables. I love to put a smile on people face. We have some lovely cabanas and offer very interesting and exciting nature tours.
I love to show my guests our local wildlife (monkeys, bush rabbits, birds, etc.), Mayan ruins, and our horses. My favorite places to visit include the Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls, Belize Barrier Reef and the Belize Rain Forest.