New Ownership for Five Sisters Lodge & Tours

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012


New Ownership for Five Sisters Lodge & Tours, Belize

Ambergris Caye, Belize, February 1st – Daniel Lighter, owner of Matachica Resort and Spa on Ambergris Caye, Belize is delighted to announce the acquisition of Five Sisters Lodge & Tours located in the stunning Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve in the Cayo District of southern central Belize.

Set on the banks of the white-water Privassion River, Five Sisters Lodge offers sanctuary and peace in a remarkable setting surrounded by the five majestic waterfalls that inspired its name. Imposing mountains provide a dramatic backdrop to Mayan ruins, dense rainforest, stalactite caverns and some of the most diverse wildlife on earth. Five Sisters Lodge & Tours offers a wide range of activities including archeological tours of Mayan sites such as Caracol & Xunantunich, horseback jungle treks, Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave exploration (described by National Geographic Magazine as the most spectacular cave in this part of the world) and mountain biking, zip line and cave tubing, all at our doorstep.

Under the onsite management of Nigel Richards and overall stewardship of Gricel Graniel, Managing Director of both Matachica Resort and Spa and Five Sisters Lodge, the property will continue to operate as a unique mountain lodge while undergoing an extensive redesign to raise it to the refined standards of comfort and service of our flagship property, Matachica Resort and Spa, and offer an intimate rainforest retreat.

For further information regarding Five Sisters Lodge please contact ZOÏ Agency:

Fiona Dalrymple +1 514 282 9888 ext 25 [email protected]
Cristi Young +1 212 229 9888 [email protected]

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