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2 Miles Mountain Pine Ridge Road, Georgeville Belize
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Our resort is nestled in the jungle in the Cayo District, 7 miles from the bustling twin towns of Santa Elena & San Ignacio. Only 2 miles from the Western Highway on the Mountain Pine Ridge Rd . We are centrally located to many major Mayan archaeological sites and caves, and other attractions in Belize. The resort consists of well appointed accommodation, large spacious cabañas with en suite facilities and hot and cold water, comfortable relaxing areas with panoramic views over the Maya mountains. We are an eco-friendly resort, harvesting rain water & using solar power. Every effort is being made to maintain the natural environment. Fully licensed bar. Restaurant. Swimming pool. Free high-speed wireless internet.
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Board games / puzzles
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Non-smoking hotel
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Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
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Sun loungers / beach chairs
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Amy wrote a review Apr 2022
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This was exactly what we wanted for our trip to Belize! The owners made us feel so welcomed from the start to the end of our stay. We felt like they welcomed us into their family. They taught us the names of the tropical birds flying around the property, toured us through their edible plants, and gave us tips for where to go for great adventures in the surrounding areas, and then set us up with an amazing tour guide for ATM cave. The property is secluded and beautiful and private. The breakfast included fresh, tropical fruits from the local market and banana bread made on the property. We also decided to eat dinner at the property, and ate two yummy, authentic Belizean dinners complete with homemade desserts made using ingredients from the property, and the hosts were super flexible on timing and food requests. Please keep in mind: if you are looking for a hotel stay like in the US, this is not the place for you. If you are looking for an unforgettable jungle stay, come here!
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Date of stay: March 2022
Response from Christine Harwood, Owner at GumboLimbo Jungle Resort
Responded 03 Apr 2022
Thank you for your very kind review! It was a pleasure hosting your family and we are so glad you enjoyed your tour with Belize Nature Travel. If you would like to leave them a review as well I am sure they would appreciate it. We hope you enjoyed the rest of your time in Belize! Christine
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Dawn B wrote a review Dec 2021
Nanaimo, Canada3 contributions10 helpful votes
We had an amazing 3 days at the Gumbo Limbo Resort. The new owners, Christine and Jay were gracious, along with their staff. The cabanas and pool were clean, the food was great and the grounds were peaceful and beautiful. We highly recommend a visit here!
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Traveling Chef wrote a review Jun 2021
Greenville, South Carolina87 contributions12 helpful votes
Our third visit to San Ignacio came without any plans and we decided to stop in and have a look at the Gumbo Limbo. So glad we did as this is now perhaps our go-to jungle lodge in San Ignacio. It's a short drive from everything San Ignacio has to offer and its location puts it on the edge of the jungle. We were covered up with Toucans, MotMots, Parrots of all sizes, Paraques, and more. Although this area can get quite warm during the day, their pool offered a lovely place to cool off and the jungle doesn't retain heat like the city does. By 7:30 or so it's down to the low 70s. The continental breakfast with fresh fruit and a gleaming silver French press was too cool and the conversation with Stephen and Michael was quite entertaining. We love this place.
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Date of stay: June 2021
Room Tip: there's five cabanas arranged in a horseshoe fashion around the landscaped grounds....
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Sonja_Jam wrote a review May 2021
Corozal Town, Belize33 contributions6 helpful votes
Really loved our weekend here! A friend and i needed a getaway after being cooped up for a year and this place delivered: pool, bar, quiet, mountains, sunshine, spacious and comfortable rooms, and an outstanding coffee/tea service. We spent time with friends nearby and explored nearby San Ignacio. So much to do, but it was just a weekend and relaxing was number one on the list. The hosts, Steve and Mike, are absolutely skilled in their craft and make you feel welcome and accommodated. I could not imagine staying anywhere else in Cayo. Note: The roads are great right up to the drive onto the property; for the 1/4 mile private drive, you'll want a 4-wheel drive and dry conditions. If you don't make it, your hosts will rescue you.
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Date of stay: May 2021
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Room Tip: Every room is designed to have a gorgeous view. You can't go wrong. Even the rooms near the...
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serenity1013 wrote a review Jan 2021
Stevens Point, Wisconsin167 contributions5 helpful votes
Gumbo Limbo was really a dream come true for our family of 5 on our trip last spring (literally just as COVID was hitting). From the time of planning our trip Steve and Mike were so helpful helping us arrange transportation from the airport with a stop at the zoo en route right to the lodge to assisting with some itinerary changes while staying there due to the COVID outbreak. They work closely with Belize Nature Travel who I also highly recommend. Absolutely perfect side trips that included cave tubing, ziplining, ATM cave (a MUST DO), Caracol Mayan ruins and swimming pools. All transportation and guides were excellent. As for the lodge itself it was just beautiful. We had a bungalow perfect for 5 with 3 beds, beautiful patio with hammock, excellent bath/shower, wifi at the main building. The pool was gorgeous and just what was needed after a day of hiking. Views spectacular and waking each morning to the sounds of the jungle waking up all around was indescribable. The lovely breakfast each morning with fresh local fruit, French pressed coffee and again those open air views was amazing. Each night a full 3 course meal tailored to include our vegetarian daughter and wine/beer/ or cocktails of choice made for the perfect end to each evening. And despite the stress of the worldwide pandemic taking off and greatly affecting the owners future reservations they remained very attentive and accommodating to us and helping us with our own itinerary changes. We wish them every success and hope to return again one day! We will definitely refer anyone we know interested in beautiful Belize to this resort!!!
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Room Tip: The "honeymoon cabin" has outstanding completely private views and patio but any of the...
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Frequently Asked Questions about GumboLimbo Jungle Resort
Which popular attractions are close to GumboLimbo Jungle Resort?
Nearby attractions include Barton Creek Cave (7.8 km), Green Hills Butterfly Ranch (7.8 km), and The Orange Gallery (4.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at GumboLimbo Jungle Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at GumboLimbo Jungle Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at GumboLimbo Jungle Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to GumboLimbo Jungle Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Casa Sofia, The Orange Restaurant and Cafe, and The Malfunction Junction.
Are there opportunities to exercise at GumboLimbo Jungle Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to GumboLimbo Jungle Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting El Pilar (10.4 km).