Fodor's Expert Review Cockscomb Campgrounds and Cabins

Stann Creek, Belize

Inside the Cockscomb Wildlife Reserve, a small house and two cabins, each with private bath—the cabins have cold showers only—can accommodate up to four or six people (BZ$165–BZ$240 per house/cabin) and make for a rustic yet moderately comfortable way to experience nature here. If you want to go really rustic, you can also camp at one of three campgrounds in the reserve (BZ$20 per night per person), or stay in rooms in a dormitory with solar-generated electricity (starting at BZ$40 per person). The Belize Audubon Society in Belize City administers the reserve and its accommodations.

Bring your own food and water, as nothing is sold in the reserve.

PROS

  • true jungle setting
  • inexpensive
  • staying overnight offers different way to experience the reserve

CONS

  • don't expect upscale amenities
  • remote location
  • need to bring your own food and water

QUICK FACTS

House
Green
Casual
Remote
Basic
$

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 223–5004-Belize Audubon Society in Belize City

HOTEL DETAILS

4 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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