In 2010, the 28-acre privately owned section of rainforest near the village of Unitedville that was to become the Amber Sunset Jungle Resort was an untamed wilderness with no access road, electricity, or municipal water connection. Today, the Amber Sunset Jungle Lodge is an oasis of comfort and luxury that offers a uniquely immersive experience of the surrounding jungle.
The perfect spot for watching the spectacular amber sunsets that gave the resort its name, Lookout Hill enjoys a lovely panoramic view over the Spanish Lookout Valley. Curl up with a good book in one of the hammocks and sip on your favorite beverage on this beautiful natural promontory.
The Jungle Pot Restaurant
If the fresh air and great outdoors has whetted your appetite, the Jungle Pot is the perfect place to enjoy delicious, homecooked meals. Situated high up on a hill underneath a traditional thatched roof, the Jungle Pot has comfortable pub-style tables and chairs arranged on a beautiful garden terrace with a lovely view of the surrounding nature. And don’t forget to try one of our signature drinks at the Wild Things Bar & Pool!
Enjoy a shower under the open skies in our outdoor shower made from locally sourced stone. Perfect for unwinding on hot days after a long day of exploring or a romantic night encounter under the stars.
Wild Things Bar and Pool
Enjoy a refreshing swim in our freshwater pool or simply relax and work on your tan poolside while sipping on our wide assortment of fresh-squeezed juices, soft drinks, beers, and cocktails. Snacks are also served under the traditional thatched roof of the bar, making this area of the Amber Sunset Jungle Resort the perfect place to unwind and swap stories about your adventures in Belize.
The Amber Sunset Resort was designed from the ground up to give guests an intimate experience of the surrounding rainforest. Enjoy one of our nature trails that are perfect for bird watching and spotting some of the exotic wildlife that makes Belize so special. The trails are suitable for guests of all fitness levels and a great way to learn more about the unique flora in Belize, including indigenous hardwoods like mahogany, orchids, epiphytes, and an astonishing array of colorful flowering plants.
Little Barton Creek
Just a few minutes’ walk and you’ll be at Little Barton Creek. Cool off on a hot day with a swim in the pure waters of the creek and drink in the lovely, pristine scenery. Little Barton Creek is one of the most photogenic areas in Belize and is a great spot for an impromptu picnic, bird watching, or just to relax.