Blue Creek 

 Accommodations 

Guests staying at our Blue Creek Rainforest Preserve have a unique opportunity to discover the amazing ecology of this remote environment. Beauty and simplicity are what makes this the “ultimate rainforest adventure.” Our rustic lodge is a pentagon-shaped building with a dining hall, research library and bathroom facilities, surrounded by covered decks on three sides, a stairway that leads down to the river, and a picturesque deck overlooking the creek.

 

Our cabins, which serve as your home during your rainforest experience, are nestled within this luxuriant habitat, overlooking the tranquil waters of the Blue Creek river. The cabins are called Agouti, Tamandua, Tayra, Pacca, Mot Mot and although simple and rustic, have electricity, screened windows and porches. All the porches face the river and are perfect for experiencing the pristine beauty of this location.

 

The Leafcutter and Margay are our newest, secluded tree houses. Nestled in the trees and overlooking the creek, they're the ideal accommodations for your tropical rainforest experience. 

The Leafcutter Treehouse

 2 bedrooms 

 

Treehouse

 

  • 1 double bed

  • 1 single bed

  • Cooling fans

  • Decorated with local Mayan art

  • Shared bathroom in the main lodge

  • Electric outlets to charge your devices (Belize uses 110 volt, same as US)

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The Margay Treehouse

 2 bedrooms 

 

Each room has:

 

  • 1 double bed

  • 1 single bed or hammock

  • Cooling fans

  • Decorated with local Mayan art

  • Shared bathroom in the main lodge

  • Electric outlets to charge your devices (Belize uses 110 volt, same as US)

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Dormitories

 2 bedrooms 

 

Each dormitories has:

 

  • 2 double beds

  • Private shower with hot and cold water

  • Shared verandah with view over the mangroove

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