Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge , Belize

Discover acres of lush rainforest at Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge, the official base camp for National Geographic Expeditions in Belize.

The resort’s extravagant setting welcomes a myriad of opportunities for adventure.

This award winning Belize Jungle Resort, features 26 exceptional rooms, designed for your comfort and relaxation: A perfect way to unwind after a day’s adventure. The “Organic Design” of the air conditioned rooms mixes the vibrant, earthy colors and textures of the jungle with contemporary sophistication.

They are spacious and consist of hard wood furnishings, all handcrafted and designed in Belize. Casitas feature stylish showers with open-air bathtubs, espresso machine, rooftop electric opening skylights and balconies with hammocks. All rooms are unique and designed with NO TV, to give you an exclusive and refreshing experience of being at one with nature.

 

Hike to the Gazebo, kayak, bird watch, mountain bike or pamper yourselves with a couple’s massage in the late afternoon, or enjoy a romantic poolside dinner as you gaze into the canopy's edge. Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge is guaranteed to appease all ages. It is a sanctuary for nature lovers, looking to embark on an invigorating and rewarding retreat in a tranquil and undisturbed atmosphere.

Selected Rooms:

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Riverside Rooms

Designed with the active traveler in mind, our Riverside Rooms offer 416 sq. ft. of interior space and includes a private terrace that opens to landscaped native bush gardens and a stunning view of a massive wall of thick rainforest that cascades down a mountainside opposite the Sibun River.

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Creekside Cottages

All cottages feature large showers with an open-air bathtub, sitting area, electric skylight ceiling, and espresso machine. Outside, strategically-placed hammocks that are the best possible vantage point for taking in the natural world all around, or maybe just the best place for enjoying a good book or a glass of wine.

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Riverview Rooms

Wake up to the soothing and majestic views of the Sibun River and the Maya Mountains when staying in a River View Room. Along with a breath-taking view, these rooms fuse local artwork along with contemporary design and functionality, creating an atmosphere of serenity.

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Riverview Suites

In addition to being luxuriously-appointed, these units offer a balcony complete with a personal plunge pool and sitting area that overlooks the Sibun River below and Sleeping Giant Mountain Range beyond.

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Mountain View Suites

The master bedroom showcases a plush king-size bed adorned with premium linens and sliding glass doors that open to a private porch with an adjoining private crystalline heated plunge pool. This is a perfect spot for a romantic dip and to be immersed in the solitude of the deep greenery that surrounds the suites.

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Mountain View Penthouse

Averaging at 1,235 sq. ft and boasting a large outdoor patio area with your very own private plunge pool, this unit creates a sense of grandeur while maintaining a relaxed ambience throughout. Stunning and uninterrupted views over the Sibun River Reserve, and a feeling of luxurious seclusion from the outside world.

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The River House

The master bedroom has a king bed and the second bedroom has a queen bed and a set of bunk bed can be added to each room on request. The master bedroom has a Jacuzzi tub. The rooms share a kitchen, living room and deck. The River House is often rented as a two bedroom by groups or families of four or more, though each room can be rented separately to accommodate couples or solo travelers.

 

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Be on your own schedule. Activities or day tours can be private or shared. Join a scheduled, multi-day group tour. All-inclusive travel by cruise ship.

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