Excellent mosquito-screened common area with tables, hammocks, power and a kitchen. Super friendly owners. Wifi in the restaurant and common areas. There is a dedicated modem in the common area/kitchen.
Very basic. Shared bathrooms but awesome hot showers. There was a place to grill and covered picnic tables outside, but no kitchen. Probably the cheapest place to stay on Caye Caulker if you don’t have a tent and don’t want to stay in a noisy hostel dorm. Ask the groundskeeper named Moses about conch ceviche.
Closest place to stay by the Belize Zoo. Good place to camp, brand new bathrooms with gigantic showers and covered picnic tables. Lots of people stay here in the cabins to do the night tour of the zoo. We went during the day and saw everything but the spider monkeys. Electricity available only in the office.
A great place to stay before crossing into Guatemala. Very friendly owner. Has a big covered area with tables next to the kitchen with power and wifi. Feels and is safe. The butterfly house was interesting. Watch out for tarantula holes if you're pitching a tent.
This camp site is at the north end of Hopkins Village, at the Driftwood restaurant. They are closed on Wednesdays (the day we showed up) but i asked a couple maintenance guys if we could camp ther and they said it would be fine. No facilities for us at all (restaurant wa closed) but the beach here is nce and you can use the bathrooms when the restaurant is open. Price is free. Showers are 2 Belize Dollars ( not available, see recent check in)
Cabanas and camping. This is near central San Ignacio, so you can walk into town from the camp site. There is wifi, a kitchen area, bathrooms, a big grassy field and a large palapa with hammocks. BZ10 per person per night, BZ5-10 for electricity per night.
One can in the parking lot of the ruins, not camp, but after questions we were told, we can next to make exactly this GPS point. Since few other cars were already parked. Here it was very quiet. FREE! Price: Free
A howler monkey reserve with a rare kind of howler monkeys. One can here make Hikes to the howler monkeys (7US $ / person), or even go on a crocodile tour. You can overnight next to the Visitor Center for $ 5B / person. WC and showers. Power would be an extra $ 5B. Has just a bit of shade, especially afternoon. But had a nice breeze. Was quiet at night.
The night has caught up with us on the HWY and we are purely driven this road. It leads to a church where we slept great calm. The church was still in Aufabau. The next morning was the person responsible for it there, and he meant we would have even the fireplace and pure can contribute to the church. So was super friendly! Think as an emergency place is certainly possible again to use it. If anyone is wondering there, they are certainly very friendly. Price: Free
We have not slept here, we were only at the cave tubing trip (from 25US $ / person if you book a guide on the spot. Fryjack The guide we found good), but you have gessagt us, you can sleep there. Rates & what they want should be clarified! You have to either come early or in the evening, as the day full of tourists are, especially if the Cruise Ships are here!