The Amber Sunset Jungle Resort is the perfect Belize treehouse resort to enjoy modern comfort in a lovely natural setting.
Amber Sunset is located deep in the pristine rainforest near the town of Unitedville in the Cayo district. The resort is a 30-minute drive from San Ignacio Town and an hour drive from Belmopan. Its location is the perfect base to visit a variety of Belize’s mainland attractions and activities. Explorers to the Cayo District can enjoy bird watching, canoeing, horseback riding, exploring ancient Mayan sites and browsing the colorful wares on sale at the San Ignacio market.
Belize Treehouse Resort Rooms
Our resort rooms are in the form of five thatched-roof tree houses that include a screened-in verandah for a uniquely immersive experience. Named after the different ethnic groups in Belize, each treehouse represents its origins by being crafted from locally sourced hardwoods, river stones, and other sustainable materials. The tree houses are the perfect place to relax and unwind after exploring the many wonders of Belize.
At Amber sunset, we aim to offer guests a convenient and an all-inclusive stay. Our amenities include a restaurant, pool, and bar on the property. We also make it easy for you to get here by offering pickup and drop-off services at the Belize International airport and Belmopan Municipal Airstrip.
Things to do in Belize
Amber Sunset’s property extends across 28 acres of privately-owned pristine rainforest in the middle of Belize’s eco-tourism heartland and is home to tropical birds that flit through the trees. Guests can enjoy bird watching and hike right in the resort’s backyard. We also offer tours led by very experienced local tour guides to Belize’s top attractions such as Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave, Belize Zoo, Cave Tubing & Zip lining and Xunantunich Mayan Ruins temples.
Amber Sunset jungle resort is a locally-owned and operated Belize jungle resort in the Cayo district. While his second year at Galen University in Belize, the owner realized that there were very limited choices available for travelers wanting to stay in a Belize jungle resort in Cayo District. After a lengthy search, a privately owned property near the village of Unitedville became available. At the time this property had no access road, electricity, or sewage connection. The gorgeous view of the nearby Spanish Lookout Valley and the pristine rainforest setting made it the perfect place for a Belize jungle resort. The jungle resort has for open since February 20, 2012.