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Located in the most culturally and ecologically diverse area of the country, Placencia is the place where memories are made and kept.

Here at Umaya Resort and Adventures our team will tailor your adventure to best fit your taste and vacation.

Join us for the ultimate vacation and adventure experiences.

masters of the south, we've put together the perfect collection of activites

activites around belize

Delve into the ancient caves revered, by the Maya, and take a step into ancient history and a culture gone but not forgotten.

Explore the Jungles of Belize,  and get intimate with some opf the world’s most diverse wildlife. 

Float leisurely down meandering rivers and experience Belize in everyday life. Whatever you crave, we have the adventure to fill that.

Xunantunich & Inland Blue Hole
$190.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

7:30 AM to 4:30 AM

Time:

7:30 AM to 4:30 AM
Take a scenic drive along the Hummingbird and Western Highways, before exploring the Mayan ruin of Xunantunich (pronounced Shu-nan-tu-nitch), or Stone Maiden. Located near the Guatemalan border, a hand-cranked ferry will take you across the Belize River to this major ceremonial center, situated high on a limestone ridge, with a panoramic view of the Cayo District. The main pyramid, El Castillo, has detailed stucco friezes and steps that you can climb all way to the top. The tour guide will stop for lunch at a local restaurant, and you’ll get to enjoy the fresh dip at the inland Blue Hole on your way back.
Cockscomb Basin Jaguar Preserve and River Tubing
$130.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

8:00 AM to 3:30 AM

Time:

8:00 AM to 3:30 AM
Located in Southern Belize is the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, the world's only jaguar preserve. Surrounded by the Maya Mountains and the towering Victoria's Peak, the Basin's 120,000 acres are also home to jaguarundi, margays, ocelots, pumas, deer, howler monkeys and tapirs. The park offers a wide variety of hikes, including a waterfall hike where you can dip in the refreshing waters. Our knowledgeable guides identify the numerous birds as well as the flora and fauna of the pristine rainforest along the way. With over 290 recorded species of birds, this park is ideal for birders as well. As jaguars and other cats are nocturnal, it is not very likely that you will see them, but you will be able to spot fresh tracks. Bring your binoculars and trek through this rainforest of abundant beauty!
Maya Ceremonial Cave
$195.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM
Enjoy a scenic drive through the Maya Mountains, down to the Rainforest Lodge at Sleeping Giant, where you’ll ride through open citrus orchards by horse and buggy. The cave, located behind the Rainforest Lodge at Sleeping Giant, is reserved exclusively for guests of The Belize Collection. Very few people ever enter the cave, making it the ultimate, intimate tour experience. The cave features spectacular geological formations—rim stone dams, stalactites, stalagmites, crystal curtains and columns. The cave was once used by the ancient Mayas for religious ceremonies. Left behind as evidence of these mysterious ancient ceremonies are hundreds of artifacts, making Sleeping Giant Cave a natural museum. From Mayan skeletal remains embedded in crystal, to tools, to firepits, to pottery, this is experience is one like nowhere else in the world.
Southern Ruins & Chocolate Making
$170.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

7:00 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

7:00 AM to 5:00 AM
Take an hour-and-a-half long drive to the Mayan site, "Nim Li Punit" (Big Hat). Explore to your heart’s content, then retire to a local restaurant for lunch before getting back to sightseeing another Mayan site, this time at "Lubaantun" (Place of the Fallen Stones)—famous for the unearthing of the "Crystal Skull". A knowledgeable guide will take you through the site, teaching you about the people, culture and history of the site as you go. On the drive back, we'll stop at "Ixcacao", the traditional Maya Chocolate Factory! Yes, you get samples, and you'll get to make your very own chocolate, the way that the Mayas did! We'll spend about an hour there before we head for home.
Full Day Fishing
$475.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

8:00 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

8:00 AM to 5:00 AM
Enjoy a full or half day of fishing, with the option of trolling or spin-casting. Cruise around the cayes inside the Barrier Reef, exploring the best fishing areas for barracudas, jacks, snappers, and so much more.
Monkey River Tour
$110.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

7:45 AM to 2:30 AM

Time:

7:45 AM to 2:30 AM
Explore the southern coast by boat, where you will get the opportunity to see a variety of different bird species—and maybe a dolphin or two—in their natural habitat. Stop in at the village of Monkey River to place your lunch order and take a short drive upriver—look out for crocodiles on way! Hike trails through the rainforest to view families of Howler Monkeys and several species of flora and fauna (including medicinal plants) with an experienced guide. On your return downriver, you’ll have your lunch in Monkey River village, after which the captain will take you through mangrove estuaries at the edge of the lagoon, home of the manatees.
Silk Caye Snorkel
$130.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM

Time:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM
Explore a beautiful and mysterious underwater world—wild and peaceful, diverse colours flooding all around. Snorkel along one of Belize’s greatest marine reserves, where multi-coloured walls and ridges teem with sea life. After refuelling with a Belizean-style lunch, you’ll splash back in at a spot famous for attracting throngs of nurse sharks, sting rays, and sea turtles.
Actun Tunichil Muknal "ATM Cave"
$225.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM
The adventure begins with an hour-long hike through the 6,700-acre Tapir Mountain Nature Preserve. Crossing three shallow rivers to the cave’s entrance, you get the chance to take a dip in the spring-fed pool before wading up the subterranean river. You will encounter several large caverns, including one known as the “Cathedral”, where a number of undisturbed Maya artifacts are visible—including a soaring altar, carved from the native stone. The cave is known by many names, one of which is “The Cave of the Stone Sepulcher”, due to this magnificent piece of religious artistry. See the intact skeletons of the people whose lives were sacrificed in a desperate effort to appease the gods during one of the most turbulent and difficult times in Mayan history. This adventure requires the visitor to be able to hike, swim, climb through tight spaces, and traverse large stone steps up to the inner sanctum.
Ziplining & River Tubing
$175.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

9:00 AM to 1:00 AM

Time:

9:00 AM to 1:00 AM
If adventure is what you seek, you are sure to enjoy the most scenic zipline in Belize. Fly across the valley, and cool off after in the refreshing waters of the South Stann Creek River, all while listening to the sounds of the jungle! For almost 2 miles, you will enjoy the thrills of rushing over small (Class 2) rapids and the relaxation of the slower parts of the river. Our knowledgeable guides can point out hard-to-spot birds and identify their calls, while you sit back and enjoy the ride. All participants will be provided a life jacket and helmet.
Reef Scuba Diving
$180.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM

Time:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM
Enjoy the best dive sites in Southern Belize! From spectacular reefs, to small, underwater caves, our highly-experienced dive professionals will take you on a diving excursion unlike anything you've ever encountered.
Scarlet Macaw Tour
$100.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Time:

8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
From December to March, you have the unique opportunity to see Scarlet Macaws in the wild. These magnificent birds migrate to southern Belize during this time for year for the rich food source the mountains above Red Bank village provide. Take an hour-long drive down to Red Bank village and the Swasey River for a chance to see these birds, as well as several other colourful species. Take a dip in the refreshing river whilst your guide prepares breakfast on an open fire, and return to birding for as long as you wish.
Sunset Cruise
$100.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

4:00 AM to 6:30 AM

Time:

4:00 AM to 6:30 AM
Cruise through the lagoon and relax to the sight of the magnificent sun setting over the Maya Mountains. Rum Punch, chilled fruit plate, snack and water included. Contact us for Private Charters.
Xunantunich & Inland Blue Hole
$190.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

7:30 AM to 4:30 AM

Time:

7:30 AM to 4:30 AM
Take a scenic drive along the Hummingbird and Western Highways, before exploring the Mayan ruin of Xunantunich (pronounced Shu-nan-tu-nitch), or Stone Maiden. Located near the Guatemalan border, a hand-cranked ferry will take you across the Belize River to this major ceremonial center, situated high on a limestone ridge, with a panoramic view of the Cayo District. The main pyramid, El Castillo, has detailed stucco friezes and steps that you can climb all way to the top. The tour guide will stop for lunch at a local restaurant, and you’ll get to enjoy the fresh dip at the inland Blue Hole on your way back.
Cockscomb Basin Jaguar Preserve and River Tubing
$130.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

8:00 AM to 3:30 AM

Time:

8:00 AM to 3:30 AM
Located in Southern Belize is the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, the world's only jaguar preserve. Surrounded by the Maya Mountains and the towering Victoria's Peak, the Basin's 120,000 acres are also home to jaguarundi, margays, ocelots, pumas, deer, howler monkeys and tapirs. The park offers a wide variety of hikes, including a waterfall hike where you can dip in the refreshing waters. Our knowledgeable guides identify the numerous birds as well as the flora and fauna of the pristine rainforest along the way. With over 290 recorded species of birds, this park is ideal for birders as well. As jaguars and other cats are nocturnal, it is not very likely that you will see them, but you will be able to spot fresh tracks. Bring your binoculars and trek through this rainforest of abundant beauty!
Maya Ceremonial Cave
$195.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM
Enjoy a scenic drive through the Maya Mountains, down to the Rainforest Lodge at Sleeping Giant, where you’ll ride through open citrus orchards by horse and buggy. The cave, located behind the Rainforest Lodge at Sleeping Giant, is reserved exclusively for guests of The Belize Collection. Very few people ever enter the cave, making it the ultimate, intimate tour experience. The cave features spectacular geological formations—rim stone dams, stalactites, stalagmites, crystal curtains and columns. The cave was once used by the ancient Mayas for religious ceremonies. Left behind as evidence of these mysterious ancient ceremonies are hundreds of artifacts, making Sleeping Giant Cave a natural museum. From Mayan skeletal remains embedded in crystal, to tools, to firepits, to pottery, this is experience is one like nowhere else in the world.
Southern Ruins & Chocolate Making
$170.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

7:00 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

7:00 AM to 5:00 AM
Take an hour-and-a-half long drive to the Mayan site, "Nim Li Punit" (Big Hat). Explore to your heart’s content, then retire to a local restaurant for lunch before getting back to sightseeing another Mayan site, this time at "Lubaantun" (Place of the Fallen Stones)—famous for the unearthing of the "Crystal Skull". A knowledgeable guide will take you through the site, teaching you about the people, culture and history of the site as you go. On the drive back, we'll stop at "Ixcacao", the traditional Maya Chocolate Factory! Yes, you get samples, and you'll get to make your very own chocolate, the way that the Mayas did! We'll spend about an hour there before we head for home.
Full Day Fishing
$475.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

8:00 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

8:00 AM to 5:00 AM
Enjoy a full or half day of fishing, with the option of trolling or spin-casting. Cruise around the cayes inside the Barrier Reef, exploring the best fishing areas for barracudas, jacks, snappers, and so much more.
Monkey River Tour
$110.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

7:45 AM to 2:30 AM

Time:

7:45 AM to 2:30 AM
Explore the southern coast by boat, where you will get the opportunity to see a variety of different bird species—and maybe a dolphin or two—in their natural habitat. Stop in at the village of Monkey River to place your lunch order and take a short drive upriver—look out for crocodiles on way! Hike trails through the rainforest to view families of Howler Monkeys and several species of flora and fauna (including medicinal plants) with an experienced guide. On your return downriver, you’ll have your lunch in Monkey River village, after which the captain will take you through mangrove estuaries at the edge of the lagoon, home of the manatees.
Silk Caye Snorkel
$130.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM

Time:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM
Explore a beautiful and mysterious underwater world—wild and peaceful, diverse colours flooding all around. Snorkel along one of Belize’s greatest marine reserves, where multi-coloured walls and ridges teem with sea life. After refuelling with a Belizean-style lunch, you’ll splash back in at a spot famous for attracting throngs of nurse sharks, sting rays, and sea turtles.
Actun Tunichil Muknal "ATM Cave"
$225.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM
The adventure begins with an hour-long hike through the 6,700-acre Tapir Mountain Nature Preserve. Crossing three shallow rivers to the cave’s entrance, you get the chance to take a dip in the spring-fed pool before wading up the subterranean river. You will encounter several large caverns, including one known as the “Cathedral”, where a number of undisturbed Maya artifacts are visible—including a soaring altar, carved from the native stone. The cave is known by many names, one of which is “The Cave of the Stone Sepulcher”, due to this magnificent piece of religious artistry. See the intact skeletons of the people whose lives were sacrificed in a desperate effort to appease the gods during one of the most turbulent and difficult times in Mayan history. This adventure requires the visitor to be able to hike, swim, climb through tight spaces, and traverse large stone steps up to the inner sanctum.
Ziplining & River Tubing
$175.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

9:00 AM to 1:00 AM

Time:

9:00 AM to 1:00 AM
If adventure is what you seek, you are sure to enjoy the most scenic zipline in Belize. Fly across the valley, and cool off after in the refreshing waters of the South Stann Creek River, all while listening to the sounds of the jungle! For almost 2 miles, you will enjoy the thrills of rushing over small (Class 2) rapids and the relaxation of the slower parts of the river. Our knowledgeable guides can point out hard-to-spot birds and identify their calls, while you sit back and enjoy the ride. All participants will be provided a life jacket and helmet.
Reef Scuba Diving
$180.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM

Time:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM
Enjoy the best dive sites in Southern Belize! From spectacular reefs, to small, underwater caves, our highly-experienced dive professionals will take you on a diving excursion unlike anything you've ever encountered.
Scarlet Macaw Tour
$100.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Time:

8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
From December to March, you have the unique opportunity to see Scarlet Macaws in the wild. These magnificent birds migrate to southern Belize during this time for year for the rich food source the mountains above Red Bank village provide. Take an hour-long drive down to Red Bank village and the Swasey River for a chance to see these birds, as well as several other colourful species. Take a dip in the refreshing river whilst your guide prepares breakfast on an open fire, and return to birding for as long as you wish.
Sunset Cruise
$100.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

4:00 AM to 6:30 AM

Time:

4:00 AM to 6:30 AM
Cruise through the lagoon and relax to the sight of the magnificent sun setting over the Maya Mountains. Rum Punch, chilled fruit plate, snack and water included. Contact us for Private Charters.
Xunantunich & Inland Blue Hole
$190.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

7:30 AM to 4:30 AM

Time:

7:30 AM to 4:30 AM
Take a scenic drive along the Hummingbird and Western Highways, before exploring the Mayan ruin of Xunantunich (pronounced Shu-nan-tu-nitch), or Stone Maiden. Located near the Guatemalan border, a hand-cranked ferry will take you across the Belize River to this major ceremonial center, situated high on a limestone ridge, with a panoramic view of the Cayo District. The main pyramid, El Castillo, has detailed stucco friezes and steps that you can climb all way to the top. The tour guide will stop for lunch at a local restaurant, and you’ll get to enjoy the fresh dip at the inland Blue Hole on your way back.
Cockscomb Basin Jaguar Preserve and River Tubing
$130.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

8:00 AM to 3:30 AM

Time:

8:00 AM to 3:30 AM
Located in Southern Belize is the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, the world's only jaguar preserve. Surrounded by the Maya Mountains and the towering Victoria's Peak, the Basin's 120,000 acres are also home to jaguarundi, margays, ocelots, pumas, deer, howler monkeys and tapirs. The park offers a wide variety of hikes, including a waterfall hike where you can dip in the refreshing waters. Our knowledgeable guides identify the numerous birds as well as the flora and fauna of the pristine rainforest along the way. With over 290 recorded species of birds, this park is ideal for birders as well. As jaguars and other cats are nocturnal, it is not very likely that you will see them, but you will be able to spot fresh tracks. Bring your binoculars and trek through this rainforest of abundant beauty!
Maya Ceremonial Cave
$195.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM
Enjoy a scenic drive through the Maya Mountains, down to the Rainforest Lodge at Sleeping Giant, where you’ll ride through open citrus orchards by horse and buggy. The cave, located behind the Rainforest Lodge at Sleeping Giant, is reserved exclusively for guests of The Belize Collection. Very few people ever enter the cave, making it the ultimate, intimate tour experience. The cave features spectacular geological formations—rim stone dams, stalactites, stalagmites, crystal curtains and columns. The cave was once used by the ancient Mayas for religious ceremonies. Left behind as evidence of these mysterious ancient ceremonies are hundreds of artifacts, making Sleeping Giant Cave a natural museum. From Mayan skeletal remains embedded in crystal, to tools, to firepits, to pottery, this is experience is one like nowhere else in the world.
Southern Ruins & Chocolate Making
$170.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

7:00 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

7:00 AM to 5:00 AM
Take an hour-and-a-half long drive to the Mayan site, "Nim Li Punit" (Big Hat). Explore to your heart’s content, then retire to a local restaurant for lunch before getting back to sightseeing another Mayan site, this time at "Lubaantun" (Place of the Fallen Stones)—famous for the unearthing of the "Crystal Skull". A knowledgeable guide will take you through the site, teaching you about the people, culture and history of the site as you go. On the drive back, we'll stop at "Ixcacao", the traditional Maya Chocolate Factory! Yes, you get samples, and you'll get to make your very own chocolate, the way that the Mayas did! We'll spend about an hour there before we head for home.
Full Day Fishing
$475.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

8:00 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

8:00 AM to 5:00 AM
Enjoy a full or half day of fishing, with the option of trolling or spin-casting. Cruise around the cayes inside the Barrier Reef, exploring the best fishing areas for barracudas, jacks, snappers, and so much more.
Monkey River Tour
$110.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

7:45 AM to 2:30 AM

Time:

7:45 AM to 2:30 AM
Explore the southern coast by boat, where you will get the opportunity to see a variety of different bird species—and maybe a dolphin or two—in their natural habitat. Stop in at the village of Monkey River to place your lunch order and take a short drive upriver—look out for crocodiles on way! Hike trails through the rainforest to view families of Howler Monkeys and several species of flora and fauna (including medicinal plants) with an experienced guide. On your return downriver, you’ll have your lunch in Monkey River village, after which the captain will take you through mangrove estuaries at the edge of the lagoon, home of the manatees.
Silk Caye Snorkel
$130.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM

Time:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM
Explore a beautiful and mysterious underwater world—wild and peaceful, diverse colours flooding all around. Snorkel along one of Belize’s greatest marine reserves, where multi-coloured walls and ridges teem with sea life. After refuelling with a Belizean-style lunch, you’ll splash back in at a spot famous for attracting throngs of nurse sharks, sting rays, and sea turtles.
Actun Tunichil Muknal "ATM Cave"
$225.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM

Time:

6:30 AM to 5:00 AM
The adventure begins with an hour-long hike through the 6,700-acre Tapir Mountain Nature Preserve. Crossing three shallow rivers to the cave’s entrance, you get the chance to take a dip in the spring-fed pool before wading up the subterranean river. You will encounter several large caverns, including one known as the “Cathedral”, where a number of undisturbed Maya artifacts are visible—including a soaring altar, carved from the native stone. The cave is known by many names, one of which is “The Cave of the Stone Sepulcher”, due to this magnificent piece of religious artistry. See the intact skeletons of the people whose lives were sacrificed in a desperate effort to appease the gods during one of the most turbulent and difficult times in Mayan history. This adventure requires the visitor to be able to hike, swim, climb through tight spaces, and traverse large stone steps up to the inner sanctum.
Ziplining & River Tubing
$175.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

9:00 AM to 1:00 AM

Time:

9:00 AM to 1:00 AM
If adventure is what you seek, you are sure to enjoy the most scenic zipline in Belize. Fly across the valley, and cool off after in the refreshing waters of the South Stann Creek River, all while listening to the sounds of the jungle! For almost 2 miles, you will enjoy the thrills of rushing over small (Class 2) rapids and the relaxation of the slower parts of the river. Our knowledgeable guides can point out hard-to-spot birds and identify their calls, while you sit back and enjoy the ride. All participants will be provided a life jacket and helmet.
Reef Scuba Diving
$180.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM

Time:

9:00 AM to 3:30 AM
Enjoy the best dive sites in Southern Belize! From spectacular reefs, to small, underwater caves, our highly-experienced dive professionals will take you on a diving excursion unlike anything you've ever encountered.
Scarlet Macaw Tour
$100.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Time:

8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
From December to March, you have the unique opportunity to see Scarlet Macaws in the wild. These magnificent birds migrate to southern Belize during this time for year for the rich food source the mountains above Red Bank village provide. Take an hour-long drive down to Red Bank village and the Swasey River for a chance to see these birds, as well as several other colourful species. Take a dip in the refreshing river whilst your guide prepares breakfast on an open fire, and return to birding for as long as you wish.
Sunset Cruise
$100.00

per person

+ 22.5% Tax

Available:

4:00 AM to 6:30 AM

Time:

4:00 AM to 6:30 AM
Cruise through the lagoon and relax to the sight of the magnificent sun setting over the Maya Mountains. Rum Punch, chilled fruit plate, snack and water included. Contact us for Private Charters.

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Tours & Activites

Dinner

appetizers

RICOTTA-BALSAMIC BRUSCHETTA

us 6 | bz 12

crumbled Mennonite ricotta sprinkled on a toasted baguette of balsamic drizzled
vegetable medley

SQUASH & COCONUT SOUP

us 8 | bz 16

roasted organic squash pureed w fresh squeezed coconut milk served w
sweet potato crisps

FISH FRITTERS

us 10 | bz 20

fresh-caught fish bites tossed in Belikin beer batter and fried to a crispy golden
finish, served w an habanero aioli dipping sauce

WATERMELON ARUGULA SALAD

us 10 | bz 20

organically grown arugula tossed w our house balsamic dressing, toasted
peanuts, topped with crumbled cheese on a bed of sweet watermelon slices

CEVICHE DE CAMARON

us 12.50 | bz 25

Lime-cured diced shrimp tossed with onions, tomatoes, cucumber and cilantro. Served with spiced corn tortilla chips

add to soups, salads or pasta

Chicken

shrimp

us 3.00

us 4.50

bz 6.00

bz 9.00

entrees

PASTA POMODORO

us 12 | bz 24

house made classic pomodoro tossed w fresh-picked herbs and linguini,
topped w freshly grated Parmesan

BBQ PORK BELLY

us 13 | bz 26

roasted pork belly glazed w our signature BBQ sauce, served w homemade flour tortilla, refried beans and pico de gallo salsa

Steamed whole Snapper

us 20 | bz 40

today’s catch rubbed in local spices, wrapped in plantain leaves, steamed and served w cilantro rice.

SHRIMP & EGGPLANT PESTO SA LAD

us 18 | bz 36

medley of grilled eggplant, onions, bell peppers, and tomatoes brushed w
basil pesto, sprinkled w crumbled Mennonite cheese and topped w juicy
grilled shrimp

CATCH OF THE DAY

us 22.50 | bz 45

pan-seared fresh caught fillet of fish served w potato mash, grilled
vegetables, and a sweet and tangy pineapple salsa

Sorrel Red Wine Rib Eye

us 31 | bz 62

prime cut of rib eye steak spiced with crushed peppercorn, smoked salt, seared in herbs, garlic, and butter (cooked to your requested temperature). Accompanied with pesto potatoes, coconut oil perfumed greens and signature sorrel red wine reduction

Chimichurri Beef Tenderloin

US 28 | BZ 56

Local cut of grass fed beef tenderloin grilled to perfection served with toasted cumin mashed potato, balsamic arugula and fresh Chimichurri sauce.

Coconut Smoked Sea Salt Fish Fillet

US 23 | BZ 46

Fresh catch of the day, spiced with our homemade smoked sea salt, organic coconut oil perfume and seared to perfection. Served over a bed of wild rice and cream of spinach.

Camarones al Mojo

US 19 | BZ 38

Farm shrimp sautéed in spices, freshly squeezed orange juice, minced garlic, and herbs. Accompanied with a bowl of mushroom and spinach brown rice.

Skillet Pollo Asado

US 14 | BZ 28

Quarter cut of pre-marinated chicken grilled to perfection. Served with seared garlic, broccoli and roasted diced potatoes.

All prices are subject to 12.5% GST and 10% Resort Fee

lunch

Starters

TAQUITOS DE PUERCO

us 10 | bz 20

slow cooked pulled pork leg in a warm handmade corn tortilla topped w
pickled purple onion curtido

CEVICHE DE MARISCOS

us 12 | bz 24

lime-cured fish and shrimp chunks tossed w onions, tomatoes, cucumber, and
cilantro, served w spiced corn tortilla chips

CEVICHE DE CAMARON

US 12.50 | BZ 25

Lime-cured diced shrimp tossed with onions, tomatoes, cucumber and cilantro. Served with spiced corn tortilla chips.

Seafood Fritters

US 11 | BZ 22

Fish, shrimp, and organic vegetables tossed in our homemade beer batter and fried golden. Served with a mango chipotle dipping sauce.

Potato & Cheese Fried Ravioli

US 9 | BZ 18

Potato and cheese stuffed handmade ravioli, fried golden and served with freshly made oregano tomato sauce.

Salads

GRILLED VEGETABLES & PEANUT

us 10 | bz 20

medley of grilled broccoli, green beans, bell peppers, onions, and tomatoes
drizzled w our house balsamic dressing and topped w toasted Belizean peanuts

MARKET SPECIAL

us 10 | bz 20

crisp romaine lettuce and our mix of Chef selected market finds tossed in
house dressing

CITRUS ARUGULA & ALMOND SALAD

US 11 | BZ 22

Fresh slices of oranges, julienne purple onions, crushed toasted almonds, baby arugula drizzled with our homemade vinaigrette.

add to salad

Chicken

shrimp

us 3.00

us 4.50

bz 6.00

bz 9.00

sandwiches

CRISPY FRIED CHICKEN

us 10 | bz 20

bread crumb crusted chicken breast fillet, golden fried, topped w a cilantro cabbage
slaw on a warm homemade bun, served w potato fries

CHEESE & PESTO VEGETABLES

us 11 | bz 22

grilled medley of market select vegetables brushed in our fragrant basil pesto and
topped w crumbled Mennonite cheese inside a homemade bun and served w
crispy potato fries

LA LAGUNA CUBANA

us 14 | bz 28

thin slices of smoked pork leg, warm glazed ham slices, pickled cucumbers,
Mennonite cheese on a homemade bun served w potato fries

LA LAGUNA BURGER

us 16 | bz 32

perfectly grilled “Cayo” ground beef patty topped w melted Mennonite cheese,
crispy pork bacon, and cabbage slaw on house made coconut bun, served
w potato fries

ENTREES

QUESILLO & CHICHARON PUPUSAS

us 9 | bz 18

Santa Maria Village pupusas filled w locally made quesillo cheese, refried beans,
and ground Belizean pork cracklings served w a tomato salsa and
escabeche cabbage slaw

CHILI PORK BELLY RICE BOWL

us 12.50 | bz 25

Chef’s signature chili sauce glazed over crispy pork belly served on a bed of
coconut white rice

SHRIMP PASTA ALFREDO

us 18 | bz 36

pan-seared farm raised shrimp and linguini pasta tossed in classic Alfredo sauce
and dusted bacon bits served w toasted baguette slices

CATCH OF THE DAY

us 20 | bz 40

herbed butter catch of the day fillet and grilled market vegetables served w
fried potato chips

SHRIMP BASKET

US 13 | BZ 26

Shrimp strips tossed in olive oil, seasoned flour and fried golden. Served with seasoned potato fries and mango chipotle dipping sauce.

FISH & CHIPS

US 18 | BZ 36

Fresh fish fillet battered in Belikin beer batter, and fried golden to perfection. Accompanied with seasoned potato fries, balsamic vinegar and  mango chipotle dipping sauce.

Pez Frito

US 19 | BZ 38

Fried whole snapper served with traditional rice and beans, fried plantain, coleslaw and homemade habanero pepper sauce.

Sunday Dinna

US 12.50 | BZ 25

Traditional stew chicken rice and beans, coleslaw, fried plantain and fresh habanero pepper sauce.

All prices are subject to 12.5% GST and 10% Resort Fee

Breakfast

JOURNEY CAKE BREAKFAST SANDWICH

us 7 | bz 14

poached egg, crispy bacon, creamy hollandaise on a warm Belizean journey cake

TROPICAL CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

us 9 | bz 18

plain Mennonite yogurt, homemade granola, seasonal tropical fruits, fresh-baked
cinnamon roll, toast served w tropical homemade jam and whipped butter

FARMER'S OMELET

us 9 | bz 18

sauteed organic vegetables and yellow Mennonite cheddar in a 2 free-range eggs,
served w toast

TROPICAL FRUIT PANCAKES

us 9 | bz 18

fluffy pancakes topped w seasonal fruits caramelized in cinnamon and brown
sugar, served w cripsy local bacon

BELIZEAN BREAKFAST

us 9 | bz 18

coconut oil refried beans, scrambled eggs, pork sausage, served w a side of light,
golden fried jacks

BREAKFAST BURRITO

us 9 | bz 18

warm handmade flour tortillas stuffed w scrambled eggs, refried beans,
Mennonite cheese, served w fresh cream and pickled habanero curtido

SIDES

toast

Eggs

fried jacks

pork sausage

bacon

us 1.25

us 1.75

us 1.75

us 2.50

us 2.50

bz 2.50

bz 3.50

bz 3.50

bz 5.00

bz 5.00

All prices are subject to 12.5% GST and 10% Resort Fee