Pine Ridge Lodge

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Cayo District,

In the forest, next to the jungle!

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About Us:
The management team at Pine Ridge Lodge, Richard, Vicki & Gary, have built, maintained and cared for the lodge since its inception in June of 1992. Most of our Belizean crew has been with the lodge in excess of 5 years.

Our staff regularly produces the finest food in the Pine Ridge, while maintaining the lodge and creating some of the most beautiful gardens on the planet. Furthermore, no other lodge has a staff with better knowledge of Caracol or the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve.

  • 5 Miles within the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve
  • Clean Comfortable Cottages, Private Bathrooms
  • Fine Food, the Freshest Fruits & Vegetables
  • Unique World Class Tours, Qualified Mayan Guides

Hotel in Cayo District, Belize - Pine Ridge Lodge

Facilities & Services:
Our primary objective is to provide our guests with privacy, peace and solitude within a natural setting.

Our accommodations include three distinct styles: Forestview, Mayan & Riverview cottages. Our six cottages are clean, comfortable and have private bathrooms with hot showers.

  1. Our Riverview cottages overlook the Little Vaqueros creek with screened-in porches and hammocks for our guests’ privacy.
  2. The Mayan cottages are large native-style freestanding cottages, built with materials gathered from the forest, including thatched roofs.
  3. The Forestview cottage enjoys the sound of our bubbling river, the Little Vaqueros Creek, and a breathtaking vista of the surrounding forest.

Orchids throughout the area add color to the lodge’s accommodations.



Nov 16th – May 15th

May 16th – Nov 15th

All Cottages



Each Additional Person



All rates based on double occupancy. All cottage rates quoted in U.S. Dollars & subject to a 9% government room tax & 10% service charge. Room rates includes a continental breakfast, home baked bread or rolls, local honey, coffee and fresh fruit.







Hiking and Eco-travelBirdingMayan RuinsLocal Tours

    Tours & Transfers

Rates Based on Minimums

Min. 2
(1-2 pers.)

Min. 3
(3-4 pers.)

5+ pers.

Direct drop off or pickup PRL to/from
Belize City 2.5 hrs.



$30..00 each

PRL-Xunantunich-Zoo-Belize City 6 hrs.



$55..00 each

PRL-Xunantunich-Belize City 4 hrs.



$42.50 each

PRL-Zoo-Belize City 4 hrs.



$35..00 each

PRL-San Ignacio-Cahal Pech-PRL 4 hrs.



$15.00 each

PRL-Xunantunich-Panti Trail-PRL 6 hrs.



$55..00 each

PRL-Xunantunich-Cahal Pech-Garcia
Sisters-Pacbitun 7 hrs.



$45..00 each

MPR Tour-Rio Frio Cave-Rio On
Pools-1000 ft Falls 6 hr



$25..00 each

PRL-Caracol-Swim-PRL 7 hr



$45..00 each

PRL-Caracol-Rio On Pools-Rio Frio Cave-8hrs



$55..00 each

Tikal one day 12-14 hrs-Border & Park
Fees not incl. approx $15.00



$70..00 each

These rates are for transportation only, no lunch, entry fee or user fees are included unless otherwise noted. All prices are in U.S. Dollars.

Reservation Policy:
A non-refundable 10% deposit with the Tropical Travel Association is required in order to confirm your reservation. The 90% balance is due to the hotel upon arrival. In special circumstances Pine Ridge Lodge has the right to apply additional requirements as long as they do so before the 10% deposit is paid.

Of Special Note:
Certainly one of the main attractions of Pine Ridge Lodge is its proximity to the towering Mayan ruins of Caracol. Just 33 miles from the site, Pine Ridge Lodge is the last stop for an ice cold beer on the road to Caracol. No other resort is closer.

Archaeologists estimate that at its height, Caracol supported a population of 185,000, covered an area of 75 square miles, and defeated the city of Tikal to become the foremost Mayan city of its day. Only a partially excavated city deep in the broadleaf jungle remains today, but the essence of the mighty city is there for explorers of all interests and backgrounds to appreciate.

How to find us.
Find Pine Ridge Lodge on the map of Cayo DistrictFrom Belize City: take the Western Highway west toward San Ignacio. At mile 61-62 is the turn off for the Mountain Pine Ridge, within the village of Georgeville. Hopefully there is still a sign for Pine Ridge Lodge on the right hand side of the Western Highway.

Turn left and continue on this road, past the entrance (gate), to the Forest Reserve, a total of approximately 15 miles, until you see Pine Ridge Lodge on your right side. From San Ignacio: after crossing the Hawkesworth Bridge turn right onto the San Antonio/Cristo Rey Road. You will continue on this road, past the junction with the Georgeville Road, past the entrance (gate) to the Forest Reserve, a total of approximately 19 miles, until you see Pine Ridge Lodge on your right side.

Pine Ridge Lodge on the Cayo District map

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