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In a beautiful rain-forest setting along-side the peaceful Belize River sits a jungle paradise. A place where horses roam, parrots, toucans, and macaws greet you with a tropical "Hello". You willbe in awe at the beauty and grace of our jaguar Tikatoo and other animals will delight your stay. Here you'll find adventure, great food, congenial hosts, exotic artwork and memories to last a lifetime. American and local cuisine dining, designer 65,000 gallon pool, 16" computerized telescope, Cafe Carolina, John Carr's Historical Collection, Carolyn Carr Art Gallery, birding experts, tour guides, cowboys and our helpful, friendly staff all ensure your stay at Banana Bank will be an unforgettable experience.
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Banana bank did a GREAT job hosting us locals for our group of 42. The Belizean youth had their own cabins with their leaders, the food was great and plentiful, perfect for outside games, helping us with various needs, the blessing of horseback riding and...More
We had a great time at Banana Bank, and felt like part of the family by the time we left. John is amazing with the horses & Carolyn's artistry is almost worth the trip in itself. If you like horses, tropical birds, monkeys, & jaguars...this...More
The food was excellent! It's nicely set up with villas, hotel rooms, conference room, restaurant and a pool all connected with concrete walkways lined with trees and shrubs. Lot's of art hung and the walls that are painted by the owner's wife and and huge...More
We had an awesome time there. They took care of us like we were their family. I will come back to Banana Bank one day and I recommend a stay if you're in the area. We loved the horseback ride in the jungle at night.
We stayed here in April 2018 with 4 adults and 2 children (18 months and almost 4 years old). We stayed in a cabana with no air conditioning.
The food and service were top notch.
Location was convenient for the various jungle activities - ruins,...More