Copal Tree Lodge, Punta Gorda, Belize
Extensive fishing grounds and a fabulous lodge
In the “Green Heart of Belize,” Copal Tree Lodge sits between the pristine rainforest and extensive fishing grounds. Cast for tarpon and snook on the river and in the mangroves, fish the flats for permit. When the weather permits, head out to the white sand beaches of the Sapodilla Cayes for bonefish. When not fishing, explore the extensive cave networks and visit Mayan ruins. Experience chocolate making first hand and then lose yourself in the quiet of the spa.
Explore the variety of fishing environments
Perched above the Rio Grande River and just a short boat ride from the Caribbean Sea, Belcampo Belize is a fly fisher’s paradise. Cast for tarpon and snook on the river and in the mangroves, fish the flats for permit. When the weather permits, head out to the white sand beaches of the Sapodilla Cayes for bonefish.
Southern Belize is best known as a world renowned permit territory, and while most anglers who visit the region are intermediate to advanced, our expert guides also accommodate beginners for a one-of-a-kind fishing experience.
Fabulous accommodation, excellent location
Belcampo Lodge has 16 private suites and one 3 bedroom villa offering the best in luxury and comfort. A testament to Belize’s natural beauty and craftsmanship, nearly every detail, from the woodwork to the tiles to the artwork, is sourced from local artisans. Whether you’re relaxing on one of the canopy beds or lounging on your own private veranda, you will experience the magic of the jungle within the comfort of your room.
There is a central swimming pool, surrounded by lush jungle foliage. In addition, the 4 Ridge Suites have access to a 40′ salt water infinity pool, spacious decks and a wet bar.
Your days can be as busy or as relaxed as you wish. The spa is a serene sanctuary overlooking the rainforest canopy. Using only locally sourced ingredients and botanicals, each treatment is designed for relaxation and renewal.
Belcampo Belize is dedicated to developing lasting economic stability in Southern Belize through agriculture. Sugar Cane, Cacao and Coffee are being grown organically, working in conjunction with the local community. On site, more than 70% of the food served at the lodge is produced on site in extensive farm gardens. Bean to cup classes for both coffee and cacao are available on site a and snor
The green heart of Belize
Referred to as the “Green Heart of Belize,” Copal Tree Lodge’s home region of Toledo features some of the most pristine rainforests, extensive cave networks, coastal lowland plains, and offshore cayes in the country. The high proportion of protected areas makes Toledo the prime location for adventure and bird and wildlife watching. Toledo is also home to a wide range of cultures-from Mopan and Ketchi Maya, to Creole, the Garifuna, East Indians, Mennonites, Mestizos, and descendants of US Confederate settlers.