duPlooy's Jungle Lodge

Address: Chial Road, San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Chial Road, San Ignacio, is near Xunantunich.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Restaurant
          • Beach
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Beverage Selection
          • Free parking

          General

          • Suites

          Services

          • Airport Transportation
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews duPlooy's Jungle Lodge San Ignacio

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from San Ignacio

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          A travel blog entry by dianeamanda on Nov 09, 2015

          3 comments, 6 photos

          We woke up early to rush down for breakfast (that we ordered the night before) because they were supposed to pick us up to take us to our schools at 7:15. Only, naturally, breakfast wasn't ready, and they forgot. So, Judy had to leave without hers because the principal of her school and 4 teachers arrived to pick her up. The rest of us were being picked up by members of the education ministry, and they were running on Belize time, so they showed up at 7:45. We left with our to-go ...

          San Ignacio, Belize

          A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Aug 18, 2015

          1 comment, 9 photos

          ... for the ATM caves. Abbreviated for Actun Tunichil Muknal, these caves take you into the Mayan underworld and are said to hold 1300 year old un-touched Mayan artefacts left here as an offering to the rain God during the drought of 800AD. Very cool. After securing a good deal for the following day, we headed off to the Iguana Conservation Program �� located in a posh hotel up the hill. Was a little depressing to walk into the 5 star resort and see ...

          Day 21: I LOVE THE MONKEYS

          A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Jul 21, 2015

          5 photos

          I almost got 8 hours sleep last night, making getting up a hell of a lot easier than normal! Susanne, Alana and I went running and worked out by the water this morning, which was really nice.
          Molly and I did the morning feed for the babies. They were pretty good with only one milk-monster moment from Fin in which he tried to bite me and ended up biting Molly pretty badly. He was scolded using the special tell off noise and calmed down pretty quickly. I think my tell off noise ...

          Market and a Wedding in Ruins

          A travel blog entry by jo.swenson on Jul 19, 2015

          5 photos

          ... us through our planned afternoon excursion.
          We went by bus to Xunantunich Archaeological Reserve, crossing a river on a hand propelled ferry and picking up 2 extra riders on the way. A Mennonite family asked us as we were loading the ferry if we could take the grandmother of the group up on the bus with us, while the rest of the family walked the 1 mile uphill to reach the reserve parking lot. I think ...

          Belize it or Not!

          A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jul 07, 2015

          2 comments, 21 photos

          ... entire, mostly intact skeletons. Honestly, it was pretty creepy; the bats didn’t help. Deep within the cave there were these giant, voluminous caverns the size of football fields with incredible stalactite and stalagmite formations that spanned from floor to ceiling and sparkled like diamonds from the various mineral deposits. The formations came in all shapes, sizes, textures, and colors, some of them resembling the karri tree forests of southwestern Australia and ...