Originally a rustic camp for hard-core adventure travelers, this place has expanded, and while they still focus on some seriously rugged adventure travel, they've also added some comfortable accommodations. Set on the banks of the Caves Branch River amidst dense forest, you'll find a widespread collection of individual cabins, suites, bunkhouses, and camping. By far the most luxurious options here are the jungle suites and bungalows, and these are in fact quite plush for jungle lodgings. The latter feature red-tile floors, large verandas, and a beautiful shower with a large screened window opening up to the forest. Folks choosing to camp or stay in the jungle cabanas or bunkhouse share common bathroom and shower areas. These open-air showers are quite fun, as the showerheads are just old buckets with nail holes perforating them. Perhaps my favorite accommodations here are the "treehouse" suites, overlooking the river. A wide range of cave explorations, hiking, mountain biking, and kayaking tours are offered here, including overnight cave tours and jungle treks. Meals are served buffet style, and a full meal plan here costs BZ$84 (US$42/£22) per day.
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