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Lamanai Outpost Lodge

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Jungle lodge beside ancient Mayan ruins, in the midst of diverse wildlife habitats. Choose from a wide variety of adventurous excursions within the natural surroundings.

The journey to the remote Lamanai Outpost Lodge takes you past Mennonite villages and upstream by motor launch along the beautiful New River Lagoon, on whose picturesque banks the lodge sits. Tangled bromeliads hang from tropical trees providing the thatched cottages with shade.

The area is rich in flora and fauna, particularly bird life. There are 18 palm thatched cabins, each with a small veranda, leading up a heavily wooded hillock to the main open-plan cabaña that houses the restaurant, bar, lounge area and library. 
Rooms are comfortable, if a little dark, with a ceiling fan, a small seating area and private bathroom. The restaurant provides a limited menu with excellent and hearty food. Next to the cottages are the Mayan ruins of Lamanai, with almost 700 structures covering some 950 acres – it's well worth spending an afternoon here exploring.
Activities include canoeing and specialised guided walks either in the forest or around the partially excavated ruins. The young and enthusiastic guides can also arrange caiman-spotting trips at night.

What our clients say

97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.

Everything was great!

"Everything was great! Although maybe some of the experiences at Lamanai Outpost Lodge will stay with us the longest, and not just because we went there last!”

SW, South Ealing

Tailor made holiday

Our specialists have been expertly crafting award-winning tailor-made holidays to Latin America for 40 years. We would be delighted to create a truly personalised trip which perfectly matches your wishes and requirements.

Lina Fuller
Lina Fuller - Travel Consultant

Lina's passion for the continent where she was born really took off when she moved to Córdoba to study, spending the holidays travelling between Argentina and her native Colombia.