A superbly positioned jungle lodge for enjoying all the attractions of the Cayo District, including its array of wildlife.
Gaia River Lodge
Gaia River Lodge, Cayo District & Caracol, Belize
Tha Gaia River Lodge is located in the Mountain Pine ridge area of Belize, and is very eco-friendly, with the electricity provided by harnessing the energy from the river next to the lodge. It has 16 well designed Belizean hardwood cabins and rooms situated amongst tropical gardens, many of them with views out to the Five Sisters waterfalls. All the rooms have large double windows offering excellent views and plenty of light.
The lodge has its own tram down to the falls, where guests can relax in the hammocks and swim in the pools.
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