Maruba Resort Jungle Spa is a Boutique Hotel & Resort Spa located in Belize’s Maya Jungle, in a 1000 acres private jungle reserve for a vacation on the wild side. Although a wild side location Maruba also has all the amenities of an upscale hotel with which to pamper you.
Located in the jungle at 40.5 miles along the old northern highway of Belize, this resort offers a perfect retreat for those seeking adventure but an adventure during which you can still be pampered. The location of the resort allows for easy access to the jungles and many of the Mayan Ruins that dot Belize.
The rooms available are varies but all have air conditioning and include standard rooms like the Buddha that sleeps 3 or the Studio 6 which sleeps 4, Junior Suites like the Zen or waterfall that sleep 3, the Penthouse Suite which is Maruba’s version of a Tree House, Signature Bungalows like the Jungle Villa and two bedroom Villas like the Mayan loft that can sleep as many as 6.
Food & Dinning
The restaurant and bar at Maruba follow the resorts theme of wellness and rejuvenation and so offer gourmet meals with truly organic ingredients. Whilst breakfast or lunch can be enjoyed in either the Garden Patio or Jungle Tree House dinner is served between 6:30 – 9:30 PM in the Bird Cage lounge.
The unique Maruba Spa offers an assortment of massages and treatments many of which feature the products that are taken from the surrounding Mayan jungle. There is Wi-Fi available in the Bird Cage Lounge or Garden patio and bikes are available for visiting the local Maskall Village which is home to many of Belize’s wood carvers. Exercise facilities are available as is bird walking or Medicinal Safari hikes. There is also a heliport at the resort for those that wish to arrange helicopter tours. The resort also has 2 pools, the Jungle Waterfall Pool and the Garden of Eden Pool.
Staff & Service
The experienced staffs are well aware of what the guests require for a rejuvenating get-a-way and are willing to assist and give advice.
Some of the activities that can be arranged by the resort include guided visits to Altun Ha, the Mayan ruins where the famous Jade head was found and other Mayan ruins like Lamanai, home to the Temple of the God of the Submerged Crocodile which can only be reached by jungle riverboat. Visits to Mayan caves that can include cave tubing. Horseback riding can also be organized on request.
Adding a couple of days at this resort to the end of a vacation at one of the other Belize resorts can ensure you get the pampering you deserve before returning home.