The BBNP also boasts its “Jaguar Trail” that leads up to an observation tower at the highest point of the Park. The tower stands at the tip of the mountain at an elevation of approximately 1,230 feet.
The Waterfall Trail is an easy 15 minutes’ hike through the jungle and along the crystalline creek running from the waterfall leading up to the majestic cascade stemming from the Maya mountains.
A camping area is also located along the Mot Mot Trail. This is perfect for those wishing to spend the night beneath the canopy of lush green leaves.
📍 Mile 16.5 Stann Creek Valley Road | Steadfast Village, Stann Creek, Belize | +501 625-9738 | email@example.com
Highly underrated! Tony was manning the booth and he explained he was part of the group that founded the park. Did not have a chance to hike the lookout tower,... read more
The location on Trip Advisor is incorrect. This park is located outside the city.
We had thought to walk there from the Museum of Belize. It is not... read more
The park is not that large, it has trails, water, facilities, animals, and birds. They do a good job with maintaintence.
My husband and I visited this park with the notion that we would take both the hike to the falls and the hike up the mountain. The National Park employee... read more
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