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Belcampo Lodge is a 11-suite lodge nestled in the verdant hills above the Caribbean coast of southern Belize. It is located on a hilltop in the 15,000-acre rainforest preserve Laughing Falcon and at the heart of the watershed for one of nature's most spectacular marine environments. Accommodations consist of 11 individual, privately sited suites with comfortable sleeping and relaxing spaces, screened fresh-air verandas, and luxurious spa-style baths.


Belcampo Lodge is located in the very south of Belize, next to the small coastal town of Punta Gorda. It is situated on a hilltop within the nature reserve Laughing Falcon. From Punta Gorda are daily boat transfers to Puerto Barrios in Guatemala offered. In addition, there exist various flight connections per day from Punta Gorda airstrip to the international airport of Belize City.


Holiday Season
December 18 - January 04

High Season
January 05 - April 30

Low Season
May 01 - December 17

Closed from September 17 to October 28


Belcampo Lodge offers accommodation in eleven canopy suites that open into the heart of the jungle and feature floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious private verandas. All suites feature two queen-size beds, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, sitting area, in room safes, daily ice service, bathrobes, hair dryers and umbrellas. The furniture emphasizes the fusion with nature through the use of only natural textiles. The spa bathrooms have a spacious shower area clad in river stones with a floor to ceiling window looking out to the jungle. The rooms afford incredible views and frequent wildlife sightings.


Belcampo Lodge disposes of a restaurant, which is located just above the lobby area and opened through the whole day. Full breakfast is included in the nightly rate; a meal plan can be added at an extra cost. The restaurant serves a variety of local food, from chicken, lamb, pork, to seafood such as shrimp, conch, lobster and fillets once in season. For dinner you can choose between a 3-course dinner and the Belizean-style family meal.
There are also two bars, one in the restaurant area and the other one in the lobby area below the restaurant.
According to the lodge's culinary mission all of the food is seasonal and ingredient driven. Great part of the food, such as vegetables and fruits, is grown organically on the lodge's own farm.


- Restaurant
- Bar
- Lobby - Lounge area
- Pool & Sundeck
- Spa / Massages
- Private tram to riverside deck
- Gift-shop
- Observation decks
- Round trip transfers from / to Punta Gorda airstrip or any other place in town
- Bottled water
- Daily snacks
- Laundry services
- Nightly turndown service
- Wireless Internet


Complimentary activities included in the rate are on-own kayaking and canoeing, mountain biking, or guided hikes through the onsite trails.
In addition the lodge offers a great variety of tours and activities such as guided hiking-tours in the nature reserve and to nearby waterfalls or in one of the famous caves close to the lodge, visits of the Mayan Ruins of Lubaantun or Nim Li Punit, nearby Mayan villages or the town of Punta Gorda and its market, as well as boat tours on the Rio Grande.
As the Belizean barrier reef, one of the world´s most significant barrier reefs, lies offshore, there is also the possibility of going on a half- or full-day snorkeling- respectively diving-trip.
With its prime location on the Rio Grande, just 20 minutes upstream from the Caribbean by boat, Belcampo Lodge can offer both salt and fresh water angling. For novices and beginner anglers, lessons about gear, casting technique, sighting fish and the art of picking the right fly are offered. For advanced fishermen the lodge offers full-day fly-fishing tours.
In 2012 Belcampo Lodge is going to open its agri-tourism center along with epicurean classes focusing on cacao, coffee, and rum. Guests can then tour the cacao farm, taste different varieties of the cacao fruit, and make custom chocolate bars. The lodge is also planning to offer courses that will teach participants the skill and artistry of chocolate production. The coffee-lovers will be able to participate in the process of coffee making: pick up the cherries, pulp and then roast them. Visitors interested in rum will have the chance to observe and participate in the distilling process as well.

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