The Maya Mountain Lodge has operated since 1982 as an expedition center for those who seek: -great adventure exploring our rivers, caves, and cultures. -outstanding natural history in a country with 35% in reserves. -appreciation of our multi-lingual, multi-cultural society. Our nature trails, swimming pool, natural gardens, library, and charming air-conditioned cottages and rooms await your visit. Come and be our guests! Bart & Suzi Mickler
Standard Room 2 doubles a/c, private bathroom rate includes 2 persons. Any additional will be charged $10 per person at lodge. Children free in room.
Cottage with double bed plus bunkbed set. private bathroom air-conditioned. price based on 2 adults. Extra person pays $10 per person at lodge.
4.6 on June 17, 2014
The staff was very accommodating, helping arrange for adventures and trips to San Ignacio. Meals were very good, including packed lunches for day trips away from Maya Mountain. It was a wonderful location to stay with easy access to many of the Mayan ruins and other adventure activities.
4.0 on June 11, 2014
Enjoyed my stay, will recommend to friends.
4.0 on January 26, 2014
We spent the last two days of our 6 week vacation at Maya Mountain lodge. The rooms were nice and well appointed. Wifi worked great.
4.0 on June 23, 2013
Wonderful adventures with able tour guides speaking English. Clean, comfortable rooms. Satisfying meals.
5 on November 23, 2010
Experience makes a difference! Others may promote, but Maya Mountain delivers great cuisine, fantastic tours, and those personal services that make a traveler feel at home. Would definitely return and recommend to others.
4.6 on May 25, 2010
This resort run by an nice American couple is a beautiful place. You are like a guest to the family. The meals are all home made which you can not get in restaurants. Located a few miles away from the Town San Ignacio. If you don have a vehicle, you might have to take the meal plan and tours with the resort. The tours are great but a little bit pricey.
4.0 on March 23, 2010
We enjoyed the personal touch at the lodge. All the staff were very friendly and Bart was full of advice on local activities. It was easy to fit in with fellow lodgers and they soon felt like family. The meals were awesome!
4.2 on February 13, 2010
We enjoyed the personal touch at the lodge. All the staff were very friendly and Bart was full of advice on local activities. They introduced us to fellow lodgers as if we were visiting family. The meals were awesome and Nuri's massage was the best ever! We like to try different places, but this is one we might actually return to!
jungle, Countryside, Tropical
Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Mayan Ruins, canopy zip-lines, Eco-Education Center, Adventure Caves, butterfly farm, iguana hatchery, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Zoo
Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wi-Fi , Nature trail, Swimming pool, Laundry service, Tour desk, Dining service (3 meals daily)
Air conditioning, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk
Bicycle rental, Bird watching, Canoeing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Nature trail, adventure caves, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Water sports
Bart & Suzi Mickler
2 Cats , 2 Dogs
Suzi loves music and almost all arts. She especially love ceramics. Bart enjoys kayaking, canoeing, and outdoor sports. The both are active in the Baha'i Faith by doing training workshops for people of all ages.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , traditional cultural, special diet needs
Fiesta de Maiz
Fiesta de Maiz (Corn Feast) is featured on one of our cultural nights. This Mayan meal includes over half a dozen items made from corn including: Tomales, atole porridge, garnaches, tacos, enchilados, salbutes, and tortillas. It is served with lime chicken soup. Buen provecho!