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Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve welcomes our press and travel trade partners.  We aim to be a valuable resource of information for you and are happy to assist with information on Belize, Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve, our conservation efforts, natural surroundings and activities. We occasionally host press trips and travel agent familiarization trips. Please let us know if you are interested in learning more about these opportunities.

UN-BELIZE-ABLE: Jewel of the Caribbean a romantic getaway for the adventurous

Nov 11, 2022
Travel to Belize evokes visions of white sandy beaches and turquoise water, but this small Central American country has much more to offer. For a truly unique experience, consider a stay at a jungle resort….
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Belize: is this the world’s best diving destination?

Saturday April 16 2022
With the second-biggest reef in the world, extraordinary marine life and the mesmerising Great Blue Hole, Louise Roddon is awed by the country’s coastline…
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The UnBelizeable Splendor of Belize

March 1, 2022
Imagine snorkeling with sharks and sea turtles, the next day jungle trekking, and the day after that exploring Mayan Ruins. Imagine turning the corner on a jungle trek and gasping at the sight of a waterfall, overwhelmed by the beauty of unspoiled nature.
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Better Belize it: You don’t have to choose between surf or turf fun

December  6, 2021
Oft overlooked for its more famous Caribbean neighbors, the pandemic has given quarantine-weary travelers new reason to Be-lize in the tiny costal country (punning the nation’s name is practically patriotic duty down there; the locals love it. Belize the day and try it — it’s the Belize knees).
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A jungle wedding beneath a waterfall in Belize

03 Jun 2021
Canadian couple Brittnee and Jared Teed tied the knot beneath a beautiful waterfall in the heart of the jungle in Belize….
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Where to Find Belize’s Adventurous Side, From Snorkeling to Hiking

Jan 2020
Here’s where to go in Belize—and how to scratch beneath the surface.
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Belize’s 10 Best Jungle Lodges

16 Mar, 2015
After a day of high adventure in Belize’s rain forest âÂ?” caving, hiking, canoeing, zip-lining, birding, wildlife-spotting, horseback riding, climbing Maya ruins or mountain biking âÂ?” at one of the country’s jungle lodges, you can look forward to a delicious meal, good company, Wi-Fi and a comfy bed. Here are our picks for Belize’s best lodges in all price ranges.
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Caribbean Living – Bellissimo Belize

13 Mar, 2015
It’s mottos is “For love of the wild,” Here you get back to Nature but not back to the basics, with posh pampering sans pretension in the wilderness, offering everything from spa treatments to gourmet cuisine by candlelight.

Flora And Fauna At Cozy Belize Lodge

12 Feb, 2015
For Fredy, one eye may have been on the road, but he also had one eye on the sky. We were birding, after all.
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12 Dec, 2014
A drive towards Belize’s western Maya Mountains with Fredy Pineda, Hidden Valley Inn’s on-site conservationist, helps understand the polarized experience tiny Belize offers: Caribbean Sea to Maya Mountains
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Unique Adventure Travels – Hidden Valley Inn – Hiking And Mayan Temple

30 Sep, 2014
This haven of luxury is accessible by way of a three-hour drive from Belize City, or from a small private airstrip on property.
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Beautiful and Bird-Filled Belize

November 2013
A trip to this Central American country reveals otherworldly vistas and even the remote chance of seeing a jaguar. What’s guaranteed, however, is spectacular birdlife.
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A Romantic Waterfall Picnic In The Jungle

05 Feb, 2013
Couples looking for the most romantic setting for their Valentine’s date need to check out the “waterfall front table” at Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve’s Secret Pools. This private dining experience brings luxury and amenity to the beautiful and natural setting of the jungle.
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Celebrate The New Mayan Era At Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve, Belize – S

11 Dec, 2012
December 12-21-2012, Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve, Cayo, Belize – This December 21, 2012 marks the completion of the 13th b’ak’tun, the last b’ak’tun cycle in the long count Mayan calendar; a calendar that began around 3114 BC.  In Mayan tradition, auspicious dates such as this one are marked by events and celebrations, which makes this year the perfect time to plan a visit to Belize and discover the Maya.

Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve, in the Mountain Pine Ridge of Cayo, is near to more than a dozen Maya temples, and sites. Tours range in interest from the historical and cultural to the adventurous.  Among the most impressive is the ancient city of Caracol, one of the closest sites to the luxury resort.

At any time of year, Caracol is worth a visit.  The ancient city not only contains Belize’s largest man-made structure, but an astronomical observatory, designed to view and chart the skies.  On 12-22-2012, the dawn of the Mayan New Year, the sunrise will align directly with the main observatory at Caracol, a testament to the importance of astronomy in the Mayan culture.

As part of a an effort to offer new and unique archeological experiences, Belize’s National Institute of Culture and History (NICH) conducts overnight camping trips to Caracol during the solstices and equinoxes, including this New era’s solstice.  These overnights allow visitors to experience the architectural purposes and importance of the site first-hand.  The one-night trip can be arranged as part of a vacation stay at Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve.

In addition to tours of Caracol and the Maya temples, Hidden Valley Inn & Resort is offering a Maya Immersion experience available throughout the 2013 season.  This comprehensive package includes 3-nights accommodation at the luxury resort located in the middle of a private nature reserve, all meals and soft beverages, a guided tour of Xunantunich Maya site, a guided tour of Che Chem Ha Cave, a visit to a Mayan Shaman’s home for ceremonial ritual, a tour of the modern Mayan village of San Antonio and a horseback ride to the Maya village and through the surrounding nature reserve.  The package is $1195 per person and includes access to the private reserve and all transfers to and from the resort.

Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve is centrally located to a number of Maya temples, Mayan sites and eco-cultural experiences, including modern day Maya village tours at the nearby San Antonio and Cristo Rey villages.

Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve is more than a vacation; it’s an experience. The intimately sized luxury resort is set in the middle of a 7,200 acre private reserve with five major waterfalls, over 90 miles of hiking and biking trails, access to nearby adventure activities, nature and archeological excursions.  Profits from the resort support the reserve.  Visit or call 1-866-443-3364.

For further information contact Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve: 1-866-443-3364, or visit

Hidden Valley Inn values our travel agent friends as we know you are our partners in success. Should you require assistance, brochures or information, please do not hesitate to contact us or call 1-866-443-3364 or 011-501-832-8055.

We offer special familiarization rates (FAM) on a space available basis. These rates vary throughout the year.

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