Caves Branch Treehouses

If these words encompass your travel style – adventure, eco-luxury, and jungle – then Ian Anderson’s Caves Branch has a tree house for you! You’ll sleep with the birds in the rain forest canopy in an eco-luxury one or two-bedroom tree house. These eco-friendly tree houses are perfect for couples, families, or small groups who are looking to experience the best inland adventure tours of Belize while enjoying the sights and sounds of the jungle around them.

There are a total of eight one or two-bedroom treehouses, sleeping up to six people in the two-bedroom option. There are four each of the one-bedroom River View and Canopy View Tree houses. These eight tree houses come with a screened living room allowing for panoramic views of the jungle and river below, king bed, full bathroom, and a second outdoor shower off the deck’s main entrance. The River View Tree House has either a bunk bed or futon sleeper sofa in the living room while the Canopy View Tree House has a bunk bed off the living room. In addition, the Canopy View Tree House has a private second-floor deck with soaking tub and amazing views of the Cave Branch Valley. This second-story deck is the perfect place to start your day with a cup of coffee and end with a glass of wine under the stars. The two Riverview Two-Bedroom Tree Houses have a similar lower level layout as the one-bedroom categories with the king bed on an elevated platform overlooking the living area which comes with a bunk bed. The first floor has a private bathroom and outdoor shower on the main deck. The second level has a king bedroom, bathroom, and deck with soaker tub for two. All the tree houses are constructed with local hardwoods and feature ceiling fans, marble, and local art.

Just like the days of summer camp, you can expect to meet new friends through daily adventures while becoming accustomed to a welcoming routine of dining, exploring, and relaxing. Wake up with the sounds of the rainforest and head to the main lodge to fuel up with coffee (served at 7am) and breakfast (served from 8am-9am) in preparation for the day’s adventure. Take on one of the signature adrenaline activities including the popular rappel down Actun Loch Tunich sink hole which sits over 300 feet above the basin below and 200 feet above the rain forest canopy that grows out from the sink hole basin. Other signature adventure tours include cave tubing, cave exploration, jungle treks, night hikes, lost Mayan ruin tours, zip-lining, and overnight caving and jungle treks. For those looking for more leisurely tour activities, there is excellent bird watching (over 150 species), nature tours, horseback riding, artisanal cheese making, and botanical gardens. Most of the activities return to the lodge by mid-afternoon, leaving several hours to socialize around the pool, relax in your tree house, play in the rec center, or visit the botanical gardens. Dinner is served at 6:30pm buffet style with group seating. It is a wonderful opportunity for guests to interact and share their day’s adventure over a hearty meal before retiring back into the trees for a welcome night’s rest after a full day of fun!

  • Located in the Sibun Forest Reserve, ½ mile from the Blue Hole National Park off the Hummingbird Highway
  • 50,000-acre reserve
  • 10 one and two-bedroom treehouses
  • All-inclusive with meals and drinks (local beer, local rum, juice, soda and water)
  • Pool
  • Large hot tub
  • Buffet style restaurant with group seating (no private seating available)
  • Spa services available (massages and facials) in poolside palapa or in your room
  • Recreation center with ping pong tables, mini-basketball and shuffleboard
  • Botanical garden features largest collection of air plants (orchids and bromeliads) in the country
  • Laundry service available
  • Complimentary artisanal cheese tasting
  • 165 bird species seen on the property’s three distinctive bird habitats
  • Collaborates with Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota, Florida
  • Manages the Tamandua Rescue and Rehabilitation Center (anteaters)
  • Member of the Belize Wildlife Conservation Network
  • Mentioned by NY Times
  • Tour Operator of the Year by Belize Tourism Board (2010)
  • Pack for a Purpose Hotel – ask us how you can help bring donations to local communities
  • *Wi-Fi not available
  • *River usually dry from March – May