Lamanai Outpost Lodge is a thatched jungle eco-lodge nestled deep in the Orange Walk rainforest district of north-western Belize near the Lamanai Mayan Ruins, an area of outstanding natural beauty home to incredibly rich flora and fauna.
Simple accommodation but a wonderfully authentic jungle experience
Surrounded by an incredible variety of habitats - perfect for nature-based and adventure activities
Delicious freshly cooked food is served in the restaurant
Immediate access to supreme wildlife observation, even right from your verandah
Lamanai Outpost Lodge is situated on the banks of a 28-mile long spring fed lagoon amid the remnants of a major Maya city. The lodge is surrounded by an incredible variety of habitats that facilitate unsurpassed nature based and soft adventure activities that depart right from your cabana’s doorstep without the need for day-trips.
Embark on a night crocodile-encounter aboard a Florida style air boat; experience a tropical breakfast on a jungle river, explore a long abandoned Maya city or simply relax in a hammock overlooking a spring fed lagoon - all within walking distance of the lodge. Lamanai Outpost Lodge is committed to providing the highest quality of nature experience. On average, each activity departs with only 4-6 guests. The area is home to fascinating flora and fauna including 375 species of birds in a variety of habitats from vast wetlands to broadleaf forest to pine savannah.
The lodge has an open air restaurant and bar with panoramic views of the New River Lagoon, the ever-changing garden and the Maya ruins of Lamanai. There is also a reference library and lounge area to relax after a busy day exploring the area.
When to visit
One of Belize's most beautiful Mayan ruins is just five minutes away, and the chances are you'll have the place entirely to yourself.
Lamanai Outpost Lodge is situated on the banks of a 28 mile long spring fed lagoon amid the remnants of a major Maya city. 20 minutes away from Lamanai Archaeological Reserve in northwestern Belize in the Orange Walk District.