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“Unforgettable, GREAT experience, Belcampo is BEAUTIFUL!!!”
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Belcampo Lodge
Ranked #1 of 2 Hotels in Punta Gorda
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Boulder, Colorado
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“Unforgettable, GREAT experience, Belcampo is BEAUTIFUL!!!”
Reviewed September 14, 2012

This was our 3rd time to Belize and Belcampo blew us away! Our plan was to stay for 3 days and move on, but due to such a welcoming, comfortable and awesome adventure, we ended up staying for a week! My husband is a fly-fishing fanatic and has fished all over the world and I enjoy a little fishing and hanging out at the lodge. Belcampo has it all! The tours are incredible. The staff are so pleasant, knowledgeable, and just fun to be around. We have traveled all over the world (Europe, Asia, S. America, C. America.....) and the accommodations in the middle of the jungle are truly amazing. The food is simply delicious! Organic, fresh, a huge variety and almost everything is right there on the farm. You are welcome to leave and explore other options in town, which some people did, but I cannot imagine why??? Every night the menu is new and tastefully done! We have been to town to many restaurants and you can get the usual Belizean fare and beers!!! Belcampo makes incredible drinks.....Passion fruit margarita, anyone??? They are unique, and so yummy.....If you are a real foodie and care and understand where your food is coming from you will want to stay!!!! This is a place where at the end of your trip you feel like you are leaving a family. Everyone is so passionate and dedicated and they are there to make you feel welcome. The GM Mara makes it all happen!!! She is one in a million and so gracious to us and all the guests. If anyone has anything negative to say about this place- they shouldn't be traveling. What a great find this place was! We had an unbelievable week and can't wait to return with our entire family. Thank you Belcampo, Mara, and Belize!!!! It was an unforgettable week.

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Reviewed September 13, 2012

Belcampo is located in the most beautiful location in the south of Belize, and although the price tag is pretty high, it is worth every cent. The views alone are worth going for. The wildlife is amazing, and howler monkeys can be seen going about their family business whilst you are enjoying your breakfast. They have even spotted the very rare Lovely Kotinga bird - though we didn't see one!

The food is outstanding, all ingredients are sourced either from Belcampo's own extensive organic gardens, or locally from responsibly produced sources. The chef is great!

The suites are beautiful, they feel really special, and you have an entire glass wall looking out over the jungle whilst you shower. They have a very private feel - I believe there are only twelve suites in the whole place.

The grounds are lovely just to stroll around, and there is a fernicular railway to take you gliding through the jungle down to the river - we saw a tayra last time we visited. There are plenty of excursions available to nearby Mayan ruins, out to the reef for mindblowing fishing, or deeper into the jungle.

All the staff are very friendly and attentive and also very interested in doing a great job for Belcampo and for Belize. Nothing seems to be too much trouble, we feel like honoured guests, not tourists. Yes, it is very high end, but I definitly feel that I get value for money. We live in Belize, and so have a lot of choices of places to stay for the odd weekend break, and Belcamp tops our list time and time again. We also enjoy it for lunch or ana evening meal, even when we aren't staying there.

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Seattle, Washington, United States
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Reviewed September 12, 2012

My husband and I spent 5 nights at Belcampo Lodge and had an overall wonderful time.

The good:
Belcampo is gorgeous! The lodge, our suite, the pool, the grounds - all are absolutely stunning! The resort is located in mostly untouched rainforest, which means we were surrounded by natural beauty on all sides. The flora and fauna were constantly breathtaking, and provided a sense of being in a truly unspoiled place.

The food at the lodge was excellent. Each meal consisted of fresh, whole foods, mostly grown on the property or at local farms. The meals were great, and reflected the agricultural bounty of Belize.

The activities were awesome. We took a guided kayak tour with Desmond, went swimming at a local waterfall with Desmond, and went to the market and chocolate "factory" tour with Chan. All were great experiences - particularly enhanced by the guides' friendly, knowledgeable input on every detail. I know more than I ever expected about the culture, history, and natural environment of Belize!

By far the most amazing activity, though, was the trip to Blue Creek cave and the Lubaantun Mayan ruins. This trip was lead by Vince and Chan, and is absolutely not to be missed! The cave tour was a once-in-a-lifetime adventure (no details - you have to go experience this!), and the Lubaantun tour was amazing. Vince is so knowledgeable about every detail of Mayan history and culture. The ruins were amazing, and Vince was a terrific guide! On this trip we also had lunch in Vince's home, which was a wonderful opportunity! His family was gracious and welcoming, and made an amazing Belizean meal for our group. This was the type of experience every traveler should have.

The best:
The staff! The staff here is unfailingly warm, gracious, and fun! They took such good care of us, made us feel welcome, and met our every need. Our waiters - Mark and Ducky, our guides - Vince, Chan, and Desmond, our bartender - Duane, the concierges, the housekeepers... everyone absolutely shone! Belcampo radiates warmth and kindness, and it all stems from the truly wonderful people that keep this place running!

The odd drawback:
Visitors should be aware that staying at Belcampo very much means STAYING at Belcampo. It was made clear to us that we were expected to eat every meal at the lodge, and exploring the local culture was to be done through the lodge-planned (pricey) activities. I must emphasize - the activities were truly great! (Thanks again to the amazing guides.)

When my husband and I travel, we like to stay at nice accommodations, and use that as a base to go out and explore the area. We enjoy eating at a variety of local restaurants (from dive bars to high-end cuisine), chatting with local folk, and generally seeing the sights from the ground level in order to explore a culture. This mentality was at odds with the Belcampo routine, which we didn't realize before arriving.

Luckily, we met up with some other travelers of similar mindset, and the concierges were kind enough to arrange for us to go into town on a few different evenings, which was also a great experience.

Unfortunately, this departure from "the plan" was met with disapproval by the GM, Mara, who made it very clear that we were not playing by the rules. We tried to explain that we wanted to visit town and get to know Punta Gorda outside of Belcampo, but this seemed to be interpreted as us being too cheap to eat at the lodge. This was, partially, true - dinners were in the $200(USD) range. Although they were worth it, who wants to eat a $200 meal at the same place every night?

Apparently many visitors to Belcampo do want exactly this, as we were seen as weird for wanting to get a wider sampling of what Punta Gorda had to offer. I will say, the concierges were very nice and accommodating - it was ONLY Mara who was rude and problematic. We had not won her favor, and she seemed to go out of her way to let us know that weren't doing things the right way. She made us feel like unappreciative cheapskates, which was ludicrous, considering how much we were willing to pay for the food, drinks, and activities that we WANTED to enjoy. When she was around, it was like having someone else's controlling parent trying to call the shots, telling us what we should want, and should do. She was the only unpleasant part of this trip, but unfortunately, she was majorly unpleasant. (I got the sense that she is probably an excellent back-of-the-house restaurant manager - she definitely has both eyes fixed firmly on the bottom line. Unfortunately, she swans around the front house, mingling with guests, sweet talking those who "play right" and bullying those who don't.)

I must say that despite this one blight, our trip was excellent! I just cannot praise the Belcampo staff enough. They are so kind and warm, and truly reflect the beautiful heart of the Belizean people. For travelers who like to stay in one place with one great restaurant and terrific planned activities, this is the perfect place to do just that. Or, this would also be a great place to spend 2-3 nights before moving on to another destination in the country.

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Mara J, General Manager at Belcampo Lodge, responded to this review, September 12, 2012
All of us care deeply about every aspect of the guest experience and try to ensure that everyone feels welcome whatever they choose to do. We are an isolated jungle lodge where most people fly into a small landing stip in the town of Punta Gorda where we pick them up in Safari Land cruiser vehicles. Few guests arrive with vehicles and rental cars are available but not comman. Traditionally we have been an all inclusive resort and this year we have switched to a la carte. A generous breakfast including farm fresh eggs and vegetables, hand made suasages and house smoke bacon is included in the price of the room, lunch is an a la carte menu with plenty of affordable choices and dinner is 3 course for $55. US with a choice of 2 appetizers, two mains and 5 desserts. During the summer we also individually priced the dinner menu so that anyone wanting to eat a lighter meal could order what they wished. We also provide complimentary afternoon and cocktail hour snacks. We did experience more guests wanting to go eat in the small town of Punta Gorda this summer so we offered a ride into town in our staff van when the driver/dishwasher had the time for as many guests who wanted to go for $12.50 US, less than a taxi. We do ask for guests to notify us in advance if they will not be eating dinner because ingredients, especially meat and seafood, are not easily obtained in southern Belize as there are no food service companies, delivery trucks etc. so we need to know how many we are cooking for so that we have the right amount of staff and food ready. We practice whole animal butchery with pastured meat we raise ourselves or get from a local Mennonite farm and serve sustainable seafood caught from local fishermen in small boats. We take food quality and safety very seriously and are proud to serve as much of our own organically grown food as possible. We also reccomend a couple of casual restaurants in town and take guests into the home of a Mayan family and to a Belizean East Indian restaurant for lunch on our tours. Belcampo Belize prides itself on providing valuable jobs and high quality training to the Toledo district. We want all our guests to feel completely welcome whatever they choose to do while staying with us.

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Kingston, Canada
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Reviewed September 11, 2012

Spent 7 nights at Belcampo in late August. Cannot say enough great things about the staff, the accomodations or the food! Fresh delcisous meals. Amazing personal service. beautiful, clean large rooms right in the middle of the rain forest! Des, Ducky, Vince, Duane and Timothy are all awesome (Timothy makes the BEST pitaya drinks in the world)! Mara, the GM is superb! Cannot wait to return! Souther Belize is beautiful and Belcampo made this a fantastic trip!!!

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Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
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Reviewed September 4, 2012

My wife and I just returned from six days at Belcampo -our first visit to Belize. We loved every minute. The place is so beautiful and the staff is so friendly and knowledgeable. We did many of the activities described in other TripAdvisor reviews (snorkeling, Lubantum ruins, Blue Creek Cave, spice farm and chocolate farmer) with the same great experiences. If you haven't been to southern Belize, you should go. The place is amazing and everyone is so friendly. Belcampo is the best place to use as your base.
Probably our most favorite time was the morning ritual of eating breakfast on the veranda (a great selection) and looking out over the rainforest searching for birds as we ate. Breakfast took a long time because we were constantly jumping up to look through the telescope at toucans, parrots, social flycatchers and others. The people serving breakfast -like Timothy- were just as excited to spot birds for us as to bring us coffee and omelets. We will never forget those moments.

Our experiences were very consistent with those of the others giving 5-star reviews on this site

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New York City, New York
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Reviewed August 28, 2012

Myself and two friends stayed at Belcampo for 4 nights in the beginning of August and we can't recommend enough!

The lodge and rooms are just rustic enough in decor as to fit in with the landscape but still with all the modern amenities one would expect of a 5-star hotel. We loved the daily breakfast on the main lodge's terrace overlooking thousands of acres of rainforest.

Staff couldn't have been more helpful and friendly without being overbearing. Everyone went out of their way to ensure every detail of our trip was perfect. We mentioned how much we loved the fried jacks at breakfast and they added a cooking seminar into the schedule. Then after mentioning we wanted to buy the freshly opened coconuts for coconut water, our tour guide, Desmond, arranged for a side trip to a local's house where he procured some fresh coconuts for us along with meeting the family and petting the horses. After one of the lodge's resident pigs gave birth we were able to go and meet the new additions to the Belcampo family.

We partook in a number of the activities on the website (Mayan ruin tour, kayaking, waterfalls, biking, etc) and they were also able to arrange ziplining as well. A special nod to the lodge's dedication to conservation and preservation.

I cannot stress how amazing and fresh the food as. We're all food-snob New Yorkers and were blown away by the food.

We unfortunately had to spend 1 night at a different lodge in the area due to the unexpected hurricaine, and by comparison were then able to realize what great value Belcampo is for the cost.

Many thanks to all who made this the trip of a lifetime - we will certainly be back!

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Reviewed August 23, 2012

It had always been my dream to go to Belize, which meant I had a lot of built expectations for what Belize would be and trust me when I say Belcampo facilitated far surpassing those expectations. Im not sure I can describe just how amazing our experience at Belcampo Lodge was but I will definitely try:

Location- Punta Gorda (Toledo District) is where Belcampo is located. It is the safest part of Belize and every local we encountered had a smile on their face and was always willing to help. We made a lot of friends on the public transit and always felt safe going into town to local hang outs/restaurants.

Staff: The moment we stepped foot at lodge, everyone working that evening came out to greet us. We were offered a cold towel to freshen up and a refreshing ginger drink was waiting for us as well. Elvina and Mara sat with us to find out how our travels were and the things we would like to do while we were in Belize. Everything felt very personalized including the note waiting for us in the room which was hand written and addressed directly to us. The staff cared, and we definitely could feel it. Timothy, the bartender, always created drinks on the spot for us based on what flavours we liked. Absolutely delicious every time. Even though the staff started work at 5:30 am Whenever my boyfriend and I would wake up early to catch the express bus at 6 a.m. into town not only did they make sure we were on time to catch the bus, but they ALWAYS made sure we had a on-the-go warm breakfast. On the days we stayed at the Lodge to eat, Ducky (the server) ALWAYS had a smile on his face and always made us laugh.The general sense of warmth you get from the employees will make your day better, we can promise you that.

The Lodge: Nothing we say or show you will do this lodge justice. It is absolutely gorgeous. You are in the middle of the rainforest, and when you are in your room you feel like you are in a private oasis. The beds were extremely comfortable, our private verandah (with a sofa and coffee table) jet out into the rainforest so the only thing separating you from outside was the mosquito screen. Finally, the shower is as great as everyone has said. We woke up every morning to most unreal sunsets and the sight of miles and miles of rainforest. Being in a rainforest may seem a little scary to some of you (my boyfriend and I were definitely nervous about animals) but we can guarantee you will not encounter any animals, as the staff said “they are scared of humans!” There are only 12 lodges, and because of the small number we are able to get to know and hang out with most of the guests at Belcampo while we were there.

Food:The breakfast is a fixed menu, however you will not be getting tired of the options! We couldn’t believe breakfast was included as part of the rate. What we loved about lunch and dinner was that the menu changed everyday! Since the lodge cooks with everything they grow and farm, the meals changed based on what was freshest, which guaranteed delicious meals every time.

Tours: We were only there for a few days, but wanted to get in a lot of activities because there is so much to see and do in Belize! Belcampo usually has pre-planned activities for each day, however, Mara assured us that she would make sure we had a guide for every activity we wanted to do. Every tour package we had was customized exactly to our needs. We snorkeled in Placencia(with a different tour operator), however we definitely wished we snorkeled with Belcampo after hearing the stories from our Alabama friends.

Day 1 Activities: Spice Farm/Cacao Farm/San Antonio Waterfalls

On our 3rd day at the lodge (which ended up being our first Belcampo guided tour) we started with a tour at a local spice farm run by an Indian expat doctor. Vince was our Belcampo tour guide for the day. Our guide at the farm was an employee of the farm, so he was obviously very knowledgeable about everything and was more than willing to answer any and all questions we had. We learned a lot about different spices and how they are grown and harvested, and were able to taste many different spices we come across in our every day lives in plant form. Who knew nutmeg was a fruit? The property was beautiful and at the end of our tour on the farm we were given fresh coconut water to cool us down. Our only qualm with this tour was that we were never made aware that we could purchase spices from the farm, which is something we definitely would have been interested in

We moved on to a visit to Pop Eladio's house and cacao farm. Pop Eladio is a cacao farmer in a remote Mayan farming village blessed with beautiful foliage and rolling hills. We were greeted with fresh lime juice as Pop Eladio retold his fascinating life story. He has 15 children, all of which help the family on the farm (his daughters make beautiful straw baskets and other crafts, so make sure to bring USD!). We were taken through the entire cycle of processing cacao beans, from picking the cacao off the tree, to roasting it and making a delicious cacao drink from it (similar to a cafe mocha, but pure cacao!). This trip is great, and Pop Eladio is a spiritual, philosophical man who has a fascinating take on life and cacao beans.

A buffet-style lunch at Coleman's cafe was next, which was included in our tour package. The cafe is off the beaten path, but don't let this affect your judgment of the restaurant, because it's amazing. We had delicious pork, chicken and beef to choose from along with three different kinds of rice, and three different kinds of beans. Coleman's wife served us the most incredible bread pudding we have ever had. I had my first many Belikin beers here (at no extra charge) and was thoroughly impressed.

To wrap up our full-day tour, Vince drove us to San Antonio waterfall, a beautiful oasis hidden in between two of San Antonio's many hills. The waterfall itself isn't as big as the waterfall on the Rio Grande, but the scenery is better and the environment is much more intimate. Not to mention, there are different parts I was able to climb and jump off of because the waterfall's size made it a little bit more interactive. The water is crystal clear blue and you're going to love it here.

Day 2 activities: Lubaantun ruins/Mayan Lunch at Vince's house/Blue Creek cave

Vince was our tour guide again for the second day, which ended up being our favorite day of the trip. Our tour started off with a trip to the Lubaantun Mayan Ruin which, while not as vast as Tikal or Caracao, has a small-time charm to it that we really enjoyed. Vince, a Mayan himself, guided us around the ruin and was extremely knowledgeable about each aspect of the site and what the significance was. Although we can't speak on how Belcampo's other tour guides would be on this tour, we definitely recommend Vince for this tour whose Mayan background allows for an interesting perspective on things. The site is on top of a hill with beautifully manicured green grass and a handful of different types of trees which added to the experience. Our personal favourite was the Red Bark tree that peels as it is hit by UV rays from the Sun. This has been aptly re-named the "tourist tree" by Belizean locals.

After Lubaantun we headed to Vince's home town, Blue Creek. Blue Creek village has 450 people (as the hand-painted sign at the border of the village will tell you) and is nestled right in the middle of a rainforest mountain range. On our drive in, Vince flew past his house, pointing it out, driving right out of town onto a dirt road, and kept driving, only to stop and pull a U-turn a couple KMs outside of the village. He told us to look back at the gap in the Blue Creek mountain range and said that was where we would be hiking to Blue Creek cave later in the day.

We drove back to Vince's house for lesson in making corn tortillas (my girlfriend was a natural, me not so much) from Vince's wife and sister in law, as well as a delicious Mayan lunch featuring baked chicken, rice, stewed beans and the corn tortillas we had just made. The hospitality of Vince's family was tremendous.

After lunch Vince grabbed life vests and flashlights for the hike to Blue Creek cave and we literally walked out of his front yard and into the rain forest to begin the hike. The first portion of the hike is relatively easy, on a path through the rain forest beside Blue Creek, which is the purest blue water we have ever seen. As we hiked a little further things became slightly more difficult as we started having to climb "up" versus just walking forward. My girlfriend was not expecting (and was not warned of) a difficult hike and wore sandals not meant for anything even remotely athletic, so this made her journey more difficult. That said we had climbed up enough to reach the Blue Creek rapids and the mouth of Blue Creek cave was in sight. At this point we left all of our things and made the rest of the climb through the rapids in bare feet. The climb to the cave is difficult, and make sure you take your time as the rocks are slippery and rarely smooth. The work is well worth it though as the view from the mouth of the cave is absolutely stunning. We equipped ourselves with life vests and flashlights as we ventured into the cave. The current in the cave is very strong so Vince told us to stick close to the wall and hold on, moving forward that way. After getting to a certain point, no more light is entering the cave and your flashlight will be your best friend as the difference between the darkness in the cave and having your eyes closed is literally nothing. It is at this point that the current becomes too strong and we have to climb up the wall of the cave and over wet rocks to move forward. This was by far the most dangerous and challenging part of the trip, and I would not recommend you do this section unless you're very confident in your mobility. After defeating the rocks here we plopped back into the water and let the current carry us all the way back to the mouth of the cave.


We hope you enjoy Belcampo as much as we did. We loved this Lodge so much we have already recommended it to our family and friends. We have never felt the need to write a review for this Lodge, but Belcampo truly deserves this.

Enjoy your Belize adventures!!

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Property: Belcampo Lodge
Address: Wilson Road, Punta Gorda, Belize (Formerly Machaca Hill Rainforest Canopy Lodge)
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Location: Belize > Toledo District > Punta Gorda
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Bar / Lounge Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool
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Ranked #1 of 2 Hotels in Punta Gorda
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Belcampo Lodge 3.5*
Number of rooms: 16
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Agritourism-chic in Punta Gorda: a Jungle Lodge, organic farm and a 12,000-acre nature reserve. Set in the verdant hills above the Caribbean coast of southern Belize in the town of Punta Gorda. From our dock you can embark on our tranquil cruises on the jungle reaches of the Rio Grande, or our guided snorkeling and fishing adventures on the Caribbean Sea. Nim Li Punit and many other attractions are located nearby. At the heart of Belcampo Belize is the Main Lodge with our Jungle Farm Restaurant, the Rum Bar, the Jungle Spa, lounge areas, a swimming pool, and observation decks that open to stunning vistas of the coast, the Maya Mountains and a seemingly endless pristine rainforest. Our 16 individual, spacious suites are well appointed with plush beds, screened fresh-air verandas, and spa-style bathrooms with floor to ceiling tropical rainforest views. Belcampo Belize has 16 private suites offering the best in luxury and comfort. A testament to Belize's natural beauty and craftsmanship, nearly every detail, from the woodwork to the tiles to the artwork, is sourced from local artisans. If you're relaxing on one of the canopy beds or lounging on your own private veranda, you will experience the magic of the jungle within the comfort of your room. Enjoy a drink in our Rum Room with ingredients sourced from our own Cocktail Garden. Meals (including complimentary breakfast daily) are served in our Jungle Farm restaurant. We produce on-site more than 70% of the food we serve to Lodge guests. With extensive gardens, tropical fruit trees, and livestock, our day-to-day food production is a hive of activity year round. Optional tours available are: •Snorkeling •Scuba diving •Fly fishing •Birding •Cultural tours ... more   less 
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