Fodor's, the leading name in travel guides for over 75 years, today announced that TABLE ROCK JUNGLE LODGE has been recognized as a 2012 Fodor's Choice selection. This distinction designates TABLE ROCK as a leader in its field for service, quality, and value in the 2012 year.

The editors and experts of Fodor's have been selecting only the top fifteen percent of their listed properties and activities as Fodor's Choice award recipients since 1988. Every year, Fodor's writers experience, examine and evaluate thousands of hotels, restaurants and attractions in their travels across the globe. While every business included in a Fodor's guide is deemed worth a traveler's time, only those offering a truly remarkable experience are given the Fodor's Choice designation.

For more than 75 years Fodor's has presented travelers with the very top recommendations from hidden-away restaurants to can't-miss museums, to make sure they're making the most of their travels. The 2012 Fodor's Choice recipients are the best of the best, providing a remarkable experience in their price range or category.

As a 2012 Fodor's Choice property TABLE ROCK JUNGLE LODGE will receive special recognition in the next Fodor's guidebook to this area and on

"The entire Table Rock family is just thrilled to receive this amazing distinction from Fodor's! Our staff works with great passion to make Table Rock a destination that not only showcases the best of Belize, but also feels like a home away from home for all of our guests. We are honored to have this hard work recognized by such a prestigious travel firm as Fodor's," said Colleen Spring, owner and founder of Table Rock Jungle Lodge.

Table Rock is an intimate eco-lodge located in the heart of Belize's Cayo District, on the Macal River in the jungle, but close to San Ignacio and all the archeological sites and natural wonders of the area. Featuring:
� 6 jungle cabanas
� 105 acres of jungle reserve and working farm
� � mile of Macal River frontage
� Gourmet open-air dining
� Complimentary canoes, tubes, hiking, and WiFi access
� Located just 5 miles south of San Ignacio on the road to Caracol Ruins
� Devoted to local environmental and social sustainability