Belize’s Sweet Songs Jungle Lodge Opens New Treehouse Accommodations

Sweet Songs Jungle Lodge, a Muy’Ono Resort, has announced the opening of its latest project, the new Signature Treehouses. Located in the rainforests of San Ignacio, Belize, these treehouses offer an eco-luxury experience.

Conceived by a team of native Belize design experts and nature enthusiasts, each Signature Treehouse is crafted to provide an immersive and intimate retreat. Guests can access their private space through a personal stairway and suspension bridge. As they step onto the private outdoor deck, they will be greeted with views of the Belize jungle, Macal River, and even local wildlife, including toucans, howler monkeys and motmots.

The deck houses a custom-built daybed net that blends with the surroundings, providing the perfect place to relax under the starry night sky or bask in the sun while listening to the sounds of nature. In addition, guests can take a refreshing dip in the outdoor bathtub and sip morning coffee in the outdoor seating area while enjoying the scenery.

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The private outdoor deck features a custom-built daybed net that blends with the surroundings, providing the perfect place to relax while listening to the soothing sounds of nature (Sweet Songs Jungle Lodge)

Air-conditioned interiors include naturally lit surroundings, hardwood floors and a plush king-sized bed, while the open-air bathroom offers floor-to-ceiling jungle views. Additionally, Wi-Fi is available for guests who need to stay connected.

The Treehouse Bar & Restaurant, helmed by head chef Melqui, offers guests an all-inclusive dining experience, with jungle views and more chances to mingle with local wildlife, such as kinkajous and toucans. Guests will be treated to three-course dinners showcasing farm-to-table local cuisine. For those looking to cool off and relax, the infinity edge pool in the treetops is the perfect spot to take a refreshing dip, savor a cocktail or snack, and unwind with a book.

Guests can also immerse themselves in the history of ancient Mayan sites, go cave tubing or zip-lining, or relax on the private beach at the lodge’s base, complete with tubes, kayaks and evening bonfires.

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