The Ecolodge Ni’Tun is located 15 minutes by boat from Flores, along side the calm waters of Lake Peten Itza. This small Eco Hotel is surrounded by rainforest and built within a tropical reserve on the border of Lake Peten Itza. Ni’Tun offers quality accommodations and respects the ecology of the area which it is part of. The proximity to the lake allows guests to take a swim in crystal clear waters before breakfast or during any other time of the day. The Ecolodge Ni’Tun offers delicious food from ingredients that are mostly grown on the hotel property. The bar offers refreshments and a view of the sunset in the rainforest.

This delightful Ecolodge consists of various bungalows that are decorated individually. It is built with the best materials and designed to adapt to the natural climate of the region. All rooms include big beds, hammocks, bath room with bathtub and warm water which is a quiet a luxury in the middle of the rainforest.


3:00 PM


12:00 noon

Cancellation / Prepayment

Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type.

Children and extra beds

All children are welcome for a fee.


Pets are not allowed.


  • Bar
  • Business Center
  • Cable
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Desk
  • Free toiletries
  • Hammocks
  • Laundry
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Private Bathroom
  • Restaurant
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Seating area
  • Shower
  • Swimming Pool
  • WiFi Internet


Swimming at the Lake, natural reserve, hiking, bar, restaurant, bird watching and lake tours.


Internet available in the Internet room.


No parking available.



Tikal is among the world’s travel wonders and many are calling it one of the most spiritually powerful spots on earth. The monumental site with its towering pyramids looms out of the thick jungle canopy like stoic sentinels of ancient mysteries.

Tikal was once a wealthy metropolis of 100,000 inhabitants and the seat of power for the great Jaguar clan lords. Today, Tikal attracts archeologists from all around the globe and the wild-live surrounding the ruins makes it a naturalist’s dream. Because of its importance and magnificent combination of nature and archaeological remains, Tikal has been declared a Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. The ruins of Tikal include more than 3,000 structures extending over six square miles and including palaces, temples, ceremonial platforms, ball courts, terraces, plazas, avenues and steam baths. The ancient Maya began building Tikal around 600 B.C., and for the next 1500 years the area was an important religious, scientific, and political center.

The Tikal National Park is not only home to an ancient Mayan City. The area surrounding the park is a ancient jungle which provides habitat for a wide range of animals, including monkeys, white lipped peccary, brocket deer, coati-mundi, toucans, scarlet macaws, parrots, ocelots; even the seldom jaguar can occasionally be spotted. Along with many vegetation spices there is also an abundance of tropical flowers and all include nature’s soundtrack to travelers of the area in form of screeching howler monkey calls and squawking parrots.

The charming town of Flores, with its pastel-colored buildings, enjoys a scenic setting on Lake Peten Itza. It is located about half an hour from the entrance of the National Park and serves as a gateway to explore the immediate area.

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