Once a local farm where Belizeans had cultivated corn, beans, and watermelon, Table Rock’s current farm was re-developed by the owners after having been abandoned for over a decade. Now a dedicated fruit farm, our major crop is Valencia Oranges. Also growing on the farm are several varieties of mangoes, coconuts, avocados, limes, grapefruit, tangerines, breadfruit, sapodilla (chico sapote), starfruit (carambola), craboo, soursop (guanábana), bananas, plantains, guava, and chaya (a local green favored by the Maya).
During different times of the year we also grow a small selection of vegetables and fresh herbs. The farm is home to a Kekchi Mayan family, Carlos & Margarita BaTec and their children, as well as several donkeys and their progeny that we raise as pets, and a small flock of laying hens that supply us with the eggs we use in our meals.
We encourage you to take a walk around the farm, visit with the BaTec’s, pet and feed the donkeys, and help yourself to any of our tropical fruits—our only rule is that you eat what you pick. Guided tours of the farm and grounds are also available.