At These 13 Resorts, You Can Take the Perfect Adventure-Filled Vacation in Belize

By: Bob Curley - February 10, 2024
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The Rainforest Lodge at Sleeping Giant

Treehouse and riverside rooms and suites — some with private plunge pools — conspire with field-to-table dining to create a nest of luxury amid the natural beauty of the Sibun Nature Reserve. Perhaps the only Belize jungle resort with an on-site pizzeria, offers a variety of on and offsite activities including Mayan cooking lessons, caving, kayaking, and nighttime jungle safaris.

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