Belize Eco-Resort, San Ignacio Area
Belize Eco-Resort Perfect for Belize Family Vacations
GumboLimbo Jungle Resort is a special place for so many reasons. But guest after guest tells us they enjoyed seeing the beautiful Maya Mountains greet them each morning. The refreshing mountain air and lovely views all around you make staying at GumboLimbo a special experience. Add the hummingbirds and butterflies you see floating about the resort and you know you are living life as nature intended.
Full-Service Restaurant with International Cuisine
The main building is the central point of our resort and houses the bar and restaurant, you may wish to sit at our bar under the palapa and choose from a variety of local and imported drinks. Or choose something to eat from our menu of local or international dishes. A relaxing lounge area with calypso chairs with cushions and coffee tables is also situated in our spacious main building and is perfect for watching native birds in the morning.
Fully Stocked Bar
Mike takes great pride in serving guests with drinks and snacks of all kinds carefully prepared to taste delicious and satisfy your soul. Our bar stocks local beers and local spirits, but we also provide many imported selections. Let us know what you prefer in advance and we can take care of you.
Two Fabulous Pools
Our swimming pool has two sections, the main pool running from 3’-5’ deep and incorporating a submerged seating area with a bayleaf sun shade. A second 1.5’ deep pool for young children has a cascade waterfall into the main pool area.
True Belize Eco-Resort
At our Belize eco-resort every effort is being made to maintain the natural environment, we harness the energy from the sun and wind, and harvest water from our roofs which is then filtered. We minimize the use of electricity and water every way possible. We ask our guests to join us in preserving our natural resources and respecting our environment, because its easy and it’s the right thing to do.
Mountain View Palapa
Please feel free to sway gently in our hammocks under the palapa and watch the hummingbirds come to feed on pollen from the nearby flowers, you may even catch a glimpse of a jaguarundi or coatimundi passing by. The birds are amazing from soaring hawks and buzzards to the tiniest hummingbirds that flit about feeding their massive appetite for nectar.