Experience the sub-tropical rainforest jungle in your private thatched roof cabana on the Belize River surrounded by tropical birds, tropical fruit, the sound of Howler Monkeys, and a natural spring. Adventure to Mayan Ruins, Cave Tubing, Zip Lining, meet the local people and enjoy local delicious Belizean dishes.
Chaya Maya Jungle Lodge is an 80 acre adventure Eco-sustainable Lodge in the Cayo District of Belize located on the Belize River.
The lodge has comfortable, thatched roof cabanas (palapa, huts, cabins), a relaxing riverside bar and dining areas, and Tipi/Yurt Luxury Camping (Glamping).
The accommodations are an eco-resort carved gently into the rainforest. We are located in the heart of Maya country. The lodge is a great vacation for family adventures, couples, honeymoons, weddings, group trips, adventure seekers, birdwatchers, backpackers, mission groups, or anyone looking to experience the heart of Cayo Belize.
Chaya Maya is right on the Belize River and in the jungle (sub-tropical rainforest). Onsite activities include Canoeing, Tubing, Nature Trails, Relaxing in hammocks, Birdwatching and Wildlife Watching.
Other adventures include caving ( ATM Caves, Cave Tubing, Crystal Cave, Barton Creek Cave, Rio Frio Cave), Zip Lining, Black Hole Drop, Mayan Ruins ( including Cahal Pech, Xanatunich, Tikal, Caracol), The Belize Zoo, Belize Botanic Garden, Local Culture (Mennonites of Spanish Lookout, San Ignacio, Belmopan), Horseback Riding, and the Inland Blue Hole,
The 80 acre rainforest is home to Howler and Spider Monkeys, Toucans, Parrots, Armadillos, Jaguars, Peccary, Gibnut, Coatimundi, Agouti, Iguana, Reptiles and many other beautiful creatures.
The Chaya Maya Permaculture Sustainable Farm also has an abundance of fruits and vegetables including Pitaya, Chaya, Bananas and Plantains, Limes, Mangos, Avocados, Pineapples, Prickly Pear, Peppers, Craboo, and Coconut. Meals are prepared using fresh ingredients from the farm, when available. The resort is located in the tall jungle canopy which is considered a sub-tropical rainforest.