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Our family (two adults and three kids, 12, 10 and 8) stayed here for three nights. I asked my youngest child what I should put in the review ......
I really liked the beach because of the warm sea and we could play in the...More
My friend and I LOVED this place! While you can stay in beautiful private tents (glamping), we were on a budget and stayed in the dorms. The walk to the dorm is through a green, jungle scene from the reception/kitchen/lounge. It was raining most of...More
I visited Palmar for a yoga retreat and it was an amazing experience. The tents were very clean and comfortable to sleep in. The food was amazing. The beach is exactly what you picture for serenity. The staff were excellent and really took great care...More
We spent two nights in the King Jungalow because it has it's own bathroom, we are older and didn't want to walk to the bathrooms in the middle of the night. All of the tents look great and everyone seemed to be having a great...More
This place really is beautiful! It's a tad overpriced for what you get especially in Central America but it is nice.
We had a private tent with 2 single beds (they had no doubles left) comes with mosquito nets a fan and a locked storage...More
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US$ 33 - US$ 78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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