A jungle paradise with 3 thatched roof cabanas (palapas, huts or cabins), tropical private outdoor showers, true eco-sustainable lodging, jungle and rainforest setting, riverside bar, Tipi/Yurt, camp sites and a dining and lounging patio.
The lodging accommodations have 3 thatched roof cabanas (also called huts, palapas, rooms or cabins). 2 cabanas have queen beds, 1 cabana has a king bed.
The cabanas have private baths with private outdoor tropical showers for a special experience.
The cabanas are made in the traditional Mayan architecture with wood stick interior walls, mud exterior walls and window gills for natural airflow. Each cabana has comfortable memory foam mattresses, sitting clam chairs, hammock, dressers, nightstands and solar lights. The rooms have solar USB chargers for phones, computers, etc. but are limited with other power.
The lodge also has a Yurt or Tipi (Teepee) with a queen bed. It is a luxurious form of camping (glamping).
Camping / camp sites are available. You can bring your own tent, or rent one of ours. There are shared bathrooms and showers.
A Riverside Bar / Dining Patio is a great place to unwind. Enjoy a Belikin beer or rum punch while hearing the sounds of the rainforest and watching the birds and river view. In March, The La Ruta Mata canoe race comes directly in front of the lodge.
Meals are served from the Dining and Meeting Tropical Patio. There is a kitchen, bar, thatch cover, tables, hammocks and lounge chairs. This is a great place to eat, socialize, relax and enjoy the jungle. The patio is in a beautiful tropical setting.
1 King Cabana – Private Bathroom with Outdoor Tropical Shower
2 Queen Cabanas – Private Bathroom with Outdoor Tropical Showers
1 Yurt/Tipi - Queen, shared bath
Camping available - showers + bathrooms
Tropical Dining / Meeting Patio
USB solar chargers
Outdoor Tropical Showers
Gel Memory Foam Mattresses
Private sitting areas
Roll-away bed upon request
River Canoeing and Tubing
Water from onsite natural spring
Fruit Trees, Permaculture Farm
There are several unexcavated Mayan Ruins onsite