This is a list of Hotels, Inns and B&B's recommended by Birdingpals
To correspond directly with the owner eliminating the middleman, Birdingpal provides a direct email address to the proprietor wherever possible.
*Lodging I have visited personally, has a note with my comments.
** Lodgings offering a discount off the nightly rates to Birdingpals
The Tropical Education Center
These forest cabanas and a dormitory are on 84 acres next to the Belize Zoo. We had the facilities to ourselves so the birding was great. It might be a different experience with the dorms full of children. We took the night tour of the zoo and it was fascinating, especially playing inside the cage with the anteaters. Very reasonable rates.
Birdingpal Mary Fuhs mfuhs(AT)clearwire.net
Chan Chich Lodge
Lazy Iguana B&B
Mopan River Resort
Riverside North, Benque Viejo del Carmen Cayo
San Antonio Rio Hondo
San Antonio Rio Hondo, Orange Walk District
Canoeing along the river provides sights of kingfishers, spoonbills, boat billed herons, social flycatchers, trogons, laughing falcons, swallows, chachalacas, and more. Bicycling or walking through the fields and jungle can reveal manakins, becards, antbirds, antshrike, motmots, tanagers, and many more.
Singing Sands Inn
Crystal Paradise Resort
Small Belizean family own lodge comfortable cabanas and great birding on the grounds. Inhouse Bird guides.
I am listed as one of the birdingpals.
The Parrots Nest boosts tree houses to stay in. The facilities were wonderful, there even was an active bird nest on the windowsill. Birding was easy from your room, by the river, and on the property. We planned to stay one night and stayed 4 instead. We also were able to leave our vehicle there while we went to Tikal, Guatemala overnight. The Parrots Nest and Chan Chich were our favorite stops, and the Parrots Nest is 1/4 the price. Birdingpal Mary Fuhs mfuhs(AT)clearwire.net
Casa del Caballo Blanco
San Ignacio, Mopan River Valley
We are also looking for volunteers to help us at our bird rehabilitation and release facility in Belize, if
you know of anyone who may be interested.
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