• Can I add nights to your standard packages?

    Yes, extra nights can be added to any standard package including extensions to another Coppola Resort. Please Contact Us directly for rates and availability.

  • Can I book tours or activities in advance?

    Yes, tours and activities can be booked and paid for in advance. Please Contact Us directly for more information on pre-booking tours and activities.

  • Which airlines serve Belize?

    American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta, US Airways and TACA all fly into Belize.  Additionally, Belizean carrier Maya Island Airways serves Belize from Flores, Guatemala City, San Pedro Sula and Cancun.

  • Are children welcome at La Lancha?

    Yes, children are welcome at La Lancha as well as Turtle Inn and Blancaneaux Lodge. In fact, our two-bedroom, two-bathroom villas at Blancaneaux Lodge and our Family Pavilion at Turtle Inn were designed with families in mind. Our restaurants offer children’s menus and we have a wide range of fun and educational tours and activities for children. We even have a kid’s gelato bar at Turtle Inn.

  • Are connecting rooms available for families?

    Although we do not have rooms with inter-connecting doors we do have two-bedroom, two-bathroom villas, and family cabanas at Blancaneaux Lodge. It is also possible to have adjoining casitas at La Lancha.

  • Do you accept small groups or extended families gatherings?

    Yes, we do accept extended family groups, however, we do not accept bookings for larger groups. Policies may vary depending on the time of the year. Please inquire for more information.

  • Is there internet access at La Lancha?

    Yes, all our resorts have complimentary wireless Internet access. Wi-Fi hot spots are located close to the reception and bar areas with some access available in the adjacent accommodations. For those traveling without a laptop, we have a desktop computer available for in our reception area at our Belize Resorts (Blancaneaux Lodge and Turtle Inn). Charges for use vary per location. Certain restrictions may apply.

  • Do you accept credit cards or traveler’s checks?

    Yes, we accept VISA, Mastercard and American Express credit cards. U.S. Traveler’s checks and U.S. Dollars are also accepted.

  • Is any equipment offered for walking tours and treks?

    We offer telescopic walking poles at Blancaneaux Lodge. We advise guests to bring lightweight walking boots, long trousers and long-sleeved shirts made with breathable fabrics. A broad brimmed hat and polarized sunglasses are also advised. Guests should bring their own personal water bottle for trekking.

  • Is there air conditioning at La Lancha?

    All casitas at La Lancha are air-conditioned.

    There is no air conditioning at Blancaneaux Lodge or Turtle Inn, however there are ceiling fans in all accommodations and public areas. Additional floor fans can be provided for your room.

  • Is breakfast included in the room rate?

    A continental breakfast of coffee, juice, pastries, bread, conserve and fruit is included in the room rate. Selections from our a la carte breakfast menus are available for an extra charge.

  • Are there any benefits to booking nights at multiple resorts?

    Yes. Please refer to our Maya Explorer Passport Program that describes the rewards and discounts for booking two or more of our resorts in the same trip.

  • What kinds of vehicle are used for transfers and tours?

    We use a mixture of vehicles although our standard vehicles for transfers are small air-conditioned cars. We also have four-wheel drive vehicles for our more exploratory tours.

  • Are transfers and tours private or public?

    Tours are generally public allowing us to offer tours at value. Private tours are available by request, and a surcharge may apply. Transfers are normally quoted on a private basis for one to four persons.

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Rainforest Casitas

The resorts rustic casitas offer expansive porches with spectacular views of Lago Petén Itzá and bright, stylish furnishing inspired by native art.