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Belize jungle lodge -- please help choose

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Thank you to everybody who responded to my previous post about Belize. I am all set with a snorkeling resort but can't choose a jungle lodge. Also you convinced me to go in March instead of December.

I have changed my requirements a little bit after looking at different lodges. Can you please let me know which lodge would make the most sense for us?

1) We need a room / cabana that will comfortably accommodate a family of four
2) We need lots of onsite activities that would be suitable to a 6 and and 8-year old boys. By onsite activities I mean birding / nature walk, nature trails, kayaking etc. We are unlikely to go to Tikal or to go to ATM for example. Shorter trips to the ruins or caves which don't require swimming are totally fine of course.
3) Access to water in a form of a non-dry river (we will be going at the end of March) or a pool

What do you think?

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