The camp is located in the Pineridge Forest. Its two-hundred acres provide a great wildlife area, in which it is easy to lose yourself. The boundary lines that go around the land ensure that you won't go too far.
Besides the on-camp fun, Belize is packed full of exotic things to do and see. You can swim below beautiful waterfalls, explore caves, or even snorkel in the keys. Within just a few miles from camp, you can go swimming, horseback riding, visit the baboon sanctuary, or even wilder, take a night trip in canoes to visit the alligators. If you like history, you can go to the Spanish lookout or even take a boat trip to see Mayan ruins. On the tamer side, you can take a ride in a horse-drawn buggy or tour one of the local dairies. During your visit, be sure to spend some time finding souvenirs in the city; shopping will never be the same again! Wherever you are, restaurants are priced reasonably.