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Wilderness Rainforest Wildlife Click in icon for: a location map driving directions transfer information Over 390 species of birds are possible to sight on Black Rock’s property and the Lodge is one of the rare places in Central America where you can observe all three species of Toucan in one morning.

Thank Scottie1975 Report Ask Scottie1975 about Black Rock Lodge This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC francinegumina Orlando, Florida Level Contributor 5 reviews 5 hotel reviews 1 helpful vote Reviewed 21 July 2013 We spent the first 4 nights here on a 16 day Belize trip.

Write a Review Add Photos Videos Additional Information about Black Rock Lodge Property: Black Rock Lodge Address: Negroman Road, Black Rock, San Ignacio 00001, Belize Phone Number: Region: Belize > Cayo > San Ignacio > Black Rock Amenities: Bar / Lounge Beach Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Suites Swimming Pool Airport Transportation Hotel Style: Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Black Rock Price range (per night): R1 010 - R2 828 Hotel Class:2,5 star — Black Rock Lodge 2.

Whether canoeing the Macal River, horseback riding to Flourcamp Cave, or touring nearby Tikal Caracol, guests are inspired by the diversity of the local wildlife, including over 320 bird species sighted on the property.

Black Rock Lodge is nestled in the dense rainforest overlooking the Macal River in the Maya Mountains of Belize.

Located in the foothills of the Cayo District near the Guatemalan border, Black Rock is a perfect base for adventure travel in Belize including access to caving, rainforest hikes, swimming and river tubing, and exploration of Mayan ruins including travel to Tikal and Caracol.

Especially ideal for a family vacation to Belize all 14 cabanas have stunning views of Black Rock Canyon and the Macal River with great wildlife watching from a hammock on the front porch.

Black Rock Lodge cabins provide a variety of size and configurations that easily accommodate families, Belize honeymoon couples, and friends traveling together.

In our three days at Black Rock Lodge we fit in: Day trip to the ATM cave in Guatemala A guided night hike Stargazing–sure, we’ll count that River swimming A hike to the mountain summit Mountain biking And a self-guided walking tour of the property.

Black Rock Lodge is a delightful property in a peaceful jungle setting, comprised of individual cabins with porches and hammocks that enable you to relax as you admire the magnificent views over the Macal River.

The lodge allows you to make your time in the Cayo Distrct as busy or as relaxed as you'd like - excursions can be arranged to some of the region’s most iconic sights, such as the Caracol Ruins or the ATM Caves, but if you'd prefer less exertion a variety of activities can be enjoyed in the lodge’s immediate surrounds, such as birdwatching, night walks, gentle river tubing and horse riding.

Black Rock offers seven cabin categories, all simply decorated with local artwork and high ceilings, but constructed to take advantage of the mountain breezes, which naturally cool the rooms through large screened windows.

Black Rock enjoys a more secluded jungle location than others in the region, the last section of the journey being on a rather bumpy track, but this brings its own advantages when it comes to the amazing array of birds in the surrounding area and the wonderful views over the Macal River.

With excellent views of the Canyon and Macal River from the exterior patio and  hammock, these cabins are a delightful home-away-from-home for couples and families visiting Black Rock.

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It is off-the-grid — water and sun power the resort — and is one of many resorts in Belize where adventure sports like hiking, and river rafting are blended with nature walks, bird-watching and day trips to ruins.


INLAND BLUE HOLE, SAINT HERMAN’S CAVE, AND THE BELIZE ZOO: gt; After a leisurely start, leave Black Rock Lodge in a private 4X4 gt; and drive down to the Hummingbird Highway to the Blue Hole National gt; Park.

The lodge serves as the perfect base to enjoy a plethora of outdoor adventures which include canoeing down the Macal River, horseback riding along jungle trails and exploring the Mayan ruins of Xunantunich and Caracol.