The Jungle Farm Restaurant 

Using seasonal produce, we seek to prepare foods that are culturally significant, fresh, flavorful and satisfying. At the Jungle Farm Restaurant, we make everything in house using ingredients grown by our farm team or locally sourced from nearby farmers. We occasionally forage the rainforest for wild foods such as heart of cohune palm, wild herbs and flavorful leaves and fruits. We invite you to complete your meal with our house roasted coffee, farm raised “bean to bar” chocolate and a sampling of local rums.

Our team can accommodate a variety of diets including vegan, vegetarian, gluten free or dairy free. Enjoy your time with us at Copal Tree Lodge!


the essence of Copal Tree

The Rum

Located in the heart of the main lodge, the Copal Tree Rum Bar is the place to relax and unwind at the end of each day. A central lounge is surrounded by cool shaded decks perched within the jungle canopy. Here you will find complimentary wi-fi, a collection of culinary and botanical books, magazines and games for the occasional rainy day. Cocktails and complimentary snacks are served each day at 6 PM. Freshly squeezed juices, coconuts, limes, exotic fruits and fresh herbs are combined with spirits with an emphasis on our home grown Belizean rum


the Heart of Copal Tree

The Farm

Copal Tree Lodge is dedicated to developing lasting economic stability in Southern Belize through agriculture. Sugar Cane, Cacao and Coffee are being grown organically by local people who are paid fair wages, and treated with fairness and respect.

We produce on-site more than 70% of the food we serve to our Lodge guests. With extensive gardens, tropical fruit trees, and livestock, our day-to-day food production is a hive of activity year round. Join our farm staff for a visit to our egg mobile. Be entertained by our feasting, playful lambs. Visit our Cocktail Garden where we grow limes, coconut and pitaya.  Explore our Flavour Garden to see, taste and smell the diverse range of tropical flavours that can be custom blended during our one day chocolate course.

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