When planning your adventure vacation in Belize why not stay in the brand new “Rasta” cabana recently built at Lower Dover Field Station and Jungle Lodge. This spacious suite is built 10 feet off the ground to provide optimum airflow and shade when relaxing in one of the hammocks hanging below.
The suite is equipped with a queen bed, couch, and a screened porch with local Belizean hardwood chairs for birdwatching in style.
The interior bathroom is spacious and features a flush toilet, vanity sink, and plenty of counter space for getting ready for your jungle adventure. The heated rain water shower is located directly outside, and provides plenty of room for two. Rasta also comes fitted with a top of the line air conditioner that cools the room in minutes. For our guests convenience, we also provide a stocked mini fridge/freezer with ice trays, Belikin Beer, and Coke products. This is jungle travel at its finest.
Rasta is the perfect jungle cabana for adventure honeymoons. It also provides an excellent setting for couples and newlyweds wanting a private nature experience that includes on site jungle trails, river swimming, Mayan ruins, and canoeing. 2012 honeymoons in Belize provide a great opportunity to connect with local Mayan culture. There is no better place to explore some of Belize’s Mayan ruins than from the recently identified major ceremonial site on the 100 jungle acres of Lower Dover. The new Mayan archeological site is named Lower Dover and is currently being excavated by the Belize Valley Area Reconnaissance Project (BVAR) under the guidance of the Director of Belize Archaeology Dr. Jamie Awe.
Staying at Lower Dover Jungle Lodge for your honeymoon is the only way to experience “Real Belize…the Right Way!”