Pook’s Hill Lodge, situated within a private reserve, is located at the foothills of the Maya Mountains in the Cayo District of Belize, bordering the Roaring River and Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve. The lodge encompasses an ancient Maya Plazuela Group. This unique location, coupled with its unparalleled position in the very heart of the country, makes Pook’s Hill a perfect base from which to discover the sights and sounds of Belize. The thatched cabanas and main lodge are located in a small clearing in the forest with lawns leading to the creek and trails below.
The cabanas are built with traditional thatch roofs and are designed in harmony with their surroundings. Each private cabana is fully screened and equipped with a private bathroom, hot water shower, ceiling fan, and 24 hour electricity on a 110 voltage system.
Bird Walk Cabanas
Bird Walk Cabanas feature 2 queen beds, with the option for an additional single bed. They are set across the creek on platforms 20 feet above the forest floor providing excellent views of the jungle. They are accessed by a raised walkway through the trees and are our most spacious cabanas.
Jungle view Cabanas
Jungle view Cabanas feature 1 queen bed and 1 single bed, with the option for an additional single bed upon request. These cabanas are located near to our lodge and dining hall with a rainforest view.
Plaza view Cabanas
Plaza view Cabanas feature 1 queen bed, are located above the Pook's Hill site and have a view of the Maya Plaza.
The Family Cabana
The Family Cabana is comprised of 2 units, which are separated by a dividing wall. Each unit has its’ own private entrance and features 1 queen bed and 1 single bed, or 2 single beds. Each unit has it’s own private bathroom.
With birders and early risers in mind, Coffee is ready from 6 am.
Breakfast starts around 7 am, earlier for those on early tours. Of course, guests who plan a leisurely day can start in their own time.
Most of the tours include lunch but for guests spending a day at the lodge, lunch is served at 12.30 pm.
In the evening guests can meet fellow travellers at the bar before heading down to the dining room where meals are served in the lantern lit dining room, overlooking the forest canopy. Belizean and European dishes are served buffet style. Vegetarians and dietary requirements are easily catered for.