Maruba Resort Jungle Spa

Address: 40 1/2 Mile Old Northern Highway, Maskall, Corozal, Belize | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 40 1/2 Mile Old Northern Highway, Maskall, is near Barro Colorado Island, Perlas Islands (Las Perlas Archipelago), La Amistad National Park, and Isthmus of Panama.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service

          TravelPod Member ReviewsCristall Haibach

          Reviewed by bksawicki

          Cushy Jungle Experience

          Reviewed Jul 14, 2013
          by (2 reviews) Santa Barbara , United States Flag of United States

          When it comes to exploring the deep jungle of Belize, this is as comfortable as it is going to get. The accommodations are rustic and authentic enough to provide the experience, yet still very comfortable. A family owned place, they treated us like their family. The daily excursions were top notch, led by safe, responsible, and very knowledgeable local guides. (Delwin is the best!) Not an inexpensive place, but worth every penny.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Cristall Haibach

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Maskall

          Belize City Jul 28, 2013

          A travel blog entry by carille_emma on Jul 28, 2013

          15 photos

          Carille_emma stayed here on Jul 28, 2013 during their trip titled: Emma's South and Central American Adventure.

          Caye Caulker welcomes careful drivers.

          A travel blog entry by bridgetpavitt on Feb 18, 2015

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... so we sheltered in various bars on the way home, so kept much drier than those who tried to run!

          THURSDAY 19th Feb
          i've discovered that the Cayes don't have mozzies; they specialise in sand flies instead,which are hungrier than the moskitos.
          Wandered around the entire island today. Took about an hour. The are no cars here. Everyone drives golf carts. Weather cloud blowy- no snerkelling today. My back is ...

          Let’s go to Belize – For Real!

          A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Dec 26, 2014

          23 photos

          ... until 3pm for the taxi and therefore loose the entire day instead of still having half of a day. We considered taking a taxi across the border to the Belizean border town of Corozal, but were told that there the same buses as here are crossing. So that wouldn’t work either. So we waited there together with a Mexican family of three for the bus.

          We were very happy when the bus showed up at 8.45am, but very disappointed when we were told the bus would leave at 10am. Also ...

          First Blast of Heat

          A travel blog entry by bear_in_toronto on Nov 12, 2014

          1 comment, 11 photos

          ... we squeezed on board for the 8 minute tropic air flight to Caye Caulker. Finally arrived on the island at around 1:45 and took a 3 minute golf cart taxi ride to the Canuck Cottage, our home for the next week.

          After checking in with Sally, the owner, we headed into town to pick up a few essential groceries: vodka, tonic, limes, ...

          Making the most of the last full day in Belize

          A travel blog entry by steve.stever on Jun 20, 2014

          5 photos

          ... back in forth made it a real challenge to keep from getting cut on the coral, let alone hunt lobster. The guide was able to spear a lobster after our new friend spotted it for him. After a little while longer we moved to a new place that provided a little deeper, less turbulent water. There I lost one lobster deep in a crevice before spotting another and giving up on the hook method and spearing it instead. Alex watched nearby, ...