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La Milpa is a remote field station in the far western part of northern Belize, only a few miles from the Mexican border. It’s remoteness works to its advantage since it has remained well preserved. Much of the bird life that gets pushed further and...More
La Milpa is a wonderful eco lodge that provides a large amount of opportunities for guests. The lodge area is wonderfully acquainted. The set up allows for self-guided touring and trail walking around the compound. The signage is great. Trees and areas of interest are...More
The excellence of this place surprised me, since the website seems to indicate more of a hostel type place. But no, the lodges are excellent! The mosquito netting works well on all windows and doors (you do want that for sure!), the bed we had...More
La Milpa is a hidden gem for its comfort, the nature around it, and its wonderful staff. Its located inside the Rio Bravo Nature Preserve, which is the largest private preserve and the 2nd largest nature preserve in the country. Just sitting in the beautiful...More
Our guide Melvis was great, the meals were exceptional, for being in the middle of the forest the rooms were great and an added plus were the hot water and wifi. White-tailed Deer, Gray Foxes and Ocellated Turkeys all roam around the lodge quite unbothered...More
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In response to the other reviewer's response: you can easily rent a car and cross to Tikal. It needs to be done with Crystal, who were really great, and you need to give them a couple weeks' notice to get the paperwork done... More
In response to the other reviewer's response: you can easily rent a car and cross to Tikal. It needs to be done with Crystal, who were really great, and you need to give them a couple weeks' notice to get the paperwork done. If this is the option you choose, just send them an email and ask them what to expect. They do this for travellers all the time. Best of luck!