Availability

  • Double room

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Complimentary breakfast, Desk, Private Bathroom, Telephone, TV, Wake up service

    Bed size:King size

    Room size:30

Chimino’s Island Lodge is located in Punta de Chimino, on the beautiful Petexbatun Lagoon, in Guatemala’s jungle region. The lodge offers 5 attractive mahogany bungalows, each perfectly nestled in the jungle and several hundred feet away from each other, so you can enjoy your own private rainforest and the overwhelming views of the lagoon. Each bungalow at the Chimino’s Island Lodge has its own private bathroom, hot water and the rooms completely protected from insects and other animals. You will be surprised by the luxury and cleanliness, unusual in these types of jungle lodges.

The property is crossed by pathways, where you will experience intimate contact with the jungle, its impressive wildlife and the remains of the fortified Mayan citadel, for the most part still unearthed. At the Chimino’s Island Lodge you can combine your ecological and archaeological interests with the opportunity to relax in beautiful and peaceful surroundings. On-Site activities include fishing, swimming, canoeing and bird-watching. You can also hit the hiking trails that take you into the jungle and to the Mayan Citadel. It’s almost like being the discoverer of this Mayan site! Different tours to nearby Mayan Sites are also available and recommended

You can get to Chimino’s in a 45-60 minute drive from the Flores Airport via Sayaxche. From there you will take a boat for a 1 ½ hour river cruise to Lake Petexbatun.

Facilities

  • Private Bathroom

Activities

Fishing
Bird watching
Canoeing
Swimming

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