Table Rock Jungle Lodge

For those looking for a unique, eco-friendly hotel experience there is no better fit in Western Belize than the beautiful Table Rock Jungle Lodge. Located just five miles from the twin towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena, the boutique Table Rock feels a world away with its eight cabanas located deep in the Belizean rainforest along the ancient Macal River. Table Rock takes great pride in being a sustainable hotel so whether you are here to experience the best adventure tours in Belize, amazing wildlife, or simply looking to relax while minimizing your carbon footprint this is the place for you.

Purchased in 2002 as an abandoned farm that had been reclaimed by the jungle, an American couple has worked tirelessly to turn Table Rock into an award winning, sustainable boutique hotel. Powering the hotel with solar electricity, using rainwater for the majority of the hotel’s running water, and managing a working farm are just some their sustainable practices. Featuring just eight individual cabanas, the rooms at Table Rock are charming, comfortable, and full of local Belizean decor. The cabanas’ tile floors and thatch roof huts feature a queen or king bed, bamboo furniture, private bathrooms with hot water showers, and industrial ceiling fans. With their environmentally friendly approach all the rooms are equipped with USB chargers only to charge small electronics like smartphones and cameras. Standard 110V electricity is provided in the common area to charge larger electronics such as laptops (hair dryers & curling irons are not permitted).

With a 105-acre nature reserve and a half-mile stretch of Macal River access, there is no shortage of activities while staying at Table Rock. All guests are able to enjoy complimentary canoeing, tubing, swimming, bird watching, and hiking throughout their 2.5 miles of on-site trails. If you are looking for more adventure you can partake in zip-lining, waterfall rappelling, and cave tubing or you can visit nearby Mayan ruins like Caracol, Cahal Pech, and the famous Tikal just across the border in Guatemala. If there is anything Table Rock takes as seriously as sustainability it’s their food, so before every guest arrives they are required to fill out a food questionnaire so that gourmet meals can be prepared for with the freshest ingredients for some of the best jungle dining in Western Belize!

  • Located 10 minutes from San Ignacio
  • 105-acre nature reserve
  • 8 eco-friendly cabanas
  • Each cabanas comes with private bathroom, hot water shower, and ceiling fan
  • Access to Chaa Creek’s pool and spa, a 10 minute canoe trip up the Macal River
  • Full bar and open-air gourmet restaurant
  • Award winning eco-friendly hotel with solar electricity and a working farm
  • 105-acre private property features fruit trees, amazing wildlife and birding
  • Complimentary canoeing, tubing, and hiking
  • Over half a mile of frontage on the beautiful Macal River for a refreshing swim
  • Several Mayan ruin sites nearby, including the famous Tikal in Guatemala
  • Mahogany Reforestation Project
  • Belize Tourism Board Winner, 2010 & 2015
  • Belize Green Business Award, 2011
  • Travelers’ Choice, 2014 & 2015 (TripAdvisor)
  • Pack for a Purpose Hotel – ask us how you can help bring donations to local communities