A superbly positioned jungle lodge for enjoying all the attractions of the Cayo District, including its array of wildlife.
Hidden Valley Inn
Hidden Valley Inn, Cayo District & Caracol, Belize
Situated in the beautiful Mountain Pine Ridge area of Belize, the Hidden Valley Inn is a cozy and welcoming hotel, with just twelve cabanas spread throughout the gardens.
The cabanas are furnished in a contemporary style with ceiling fans, brick fireplaces and hand-crafted mahogany furniture. There are 10 Estate Rooms and 2 Estate Suites. The estate suites are larger with a bath tub and outdoor shower and hammocks on the porch. The Inn is located in 7200 acres of private reserve and has over 90 miles of walking and cycling trails, 5 waterfalls and a lake - for guests only! It also offers excellent birding.There is a small restaurant open all day and dinner is a $35 3 course set menu.
There is a small airstrip at Hidden Valley if you would like to arrange a charter flight to your next destination rather than drive to Belize City and take a scheduled flight - please ask your specialist for details.
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