We stayed at duPlooy's last year and it was FABULOUS. We had two boys with us, age 11 and 15. They were totally enchanted as were we. The accomodations were beautiful. We stayed in their newer cabanas and they were decorated in Mayan decor, very large and spacious and had a fridge. The bar was a huge deck that hangs out over the jungle canopy. They send fruit out by pully to attract the birds. We saw lots of other critters as well. (Iguana and gibnut) The jungle sounds at night are indescribable. My younger son caught an enormous toad, and came running back to the bar with it. Biggest thing I ever saw. Laughter all around. (of course he let it go)It is right on the Macal River, so swimming was very convenient. The swimming there was almost surreal. There is a tall cliff on the opposite side of the river. It is covered in bromiliads and flowers. Floating in the river looking up was incredible. They have canoes, and you can take them into town. They will pick you up and bring you back. There are botanical gardens on site, and a walk through in the evening is very romantic. They had a large variety of tours. We did the day trip to Tikal and we thought it was more than enough time to see it. The guide they provided us was awesome. Tikal is a MUST. I am so glad we did this. The food was very good. All home made and the bread was to die for. The cooks are a pair of very talented Mayan ladies. You won't go hungry or be disappointed!!!! I highly recommend this place.