La Milpa Ecolodge and Research Station

Hotel/Resort, Family-Friendly, Cabins
Suitable For
Solo Travelers
Northern Belize
Belize Gold Standard Certified -

General Info
Welcome to La Milpa Lodge! La Milpa is nestled deep in the forests of northwestern Belize and is known for the third largest archaeological site in Belize which is located three miles away from the Lodge. The La Milpa Archaeological Site is only one of at least sixty other archaeological sites found on the Rio Bravo. Serving as a base for two long-term archaeological projects, La Milpa Archaeological Site has evolved as the center of archaeological research. Guests visiting the La Milpa Lodge experience firsthand the rich history of the Maya Civilization and in 1996, the site received international recognition when a royal Maya tomb was found and a male skeleton adorned with a jeweled necklace was unearthed on its grounds. 

Guests can choose between our private thatched- roof cabanas with private baths or a comfortable and tastefully decorated dormitory featuring state-of-the-art ‘green’ technology with shared baths. Hiking nature trails, jungle trekking and birding are the order of the day at La Milpa. Spend a day in the nearby Mestizo and Mennonite villages for a taste of Belizean culture. Tour breathtaking and majestic ancient Maya sites. Avid birders can compile a list of more than 150 species during a three day trip to our La Milpa venue.

There are 8 cabana rooms which can sleep a total of 16 based on double occupancy.  All cabana rooms carry an additional loft area which can accommodate a 3rd person.  The dorm has a total of 6 rooms each capable of sleeping 5 persons.
Amenities & Services:
24-Hour Front Desk
Children Welcome
Conference Facilities
Courtesy Transport
Free WiFi
Non Smoking
Free Parking
Business Address
Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area
Orange Walk
Orange Walk
Orange Walk
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