I was one of a group of 10 people who stayed at the lodge for four nights in February. We had come to the Toledo District to visit archaeological sites. On the basis of that experience, I definitely recommend the Lodge. Owners Rob and Marta, and their staff, including Catarina, were welcoming and helpful in many ways. A friend and I stayed in one of the two newer cabanas. It was attractive, with good lighting and a spacious bathroom. The main building of the Lodge has a very pleasant outdoor veranda, plus a nice bar inside. Food was good and ample. There is a great pool, which we which we took advantage of one afternoon after visiting nearby ruins. Steve, our guide/driver to several archaeological sites, is a knowledgeable and enthusiastic birder who shares his information informally and during early-morning birdwalks. If you come this far south in Belize, you can't go wrong with the Lodge at Big Falls. You'll enjoy your stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Intimate family run jungle resort on the banks of the Rio Grande. The palm thatched cottages have en-suite bathrooms with shower garden. Beautifully tiled floors, fans and screened, wood louvered windows offer a cool living area. Relax in hammocks on your own veranda. We offer a full service restaurant and bar, a wide range of on-site activities including kayaking and river tubing and day tours organized by the lodge with our local Mayan guides. ... more less
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