We stayed here with our two sons who had their own tent. It was an adventure from beginning to end, from catching the boat to the macaws to the walks into town not meeting anyone. Best whale watching of our lives and the biggest crocodile...続きを読む
This place was great! We checked in about 11:30am and were promptly met with coffee, hot water/tea, and water. Lunch was about 12pm and then we were showed to our tent, which was practically beach front. Pretty much the only thing between us and the...続きを読む
I don't usually do trip advisor reviews but felt that people have the right to know what the tent camp is like.
Really good location, my family and I had a really good time over christmas here; thank you to all the staff!
This place is really awesome. The place is perfect, the staff is friendly and it's absolutely unique.
It's quiet, no noise from vehicles. You can relax and enjoy the beautiful nature.
Also you can do excursions, the national park is great. With a bit of...続きを読む
One thing that wasent smooth was the landing under the rain in low season that was quite adventurous. Now lets start with the positive! This is whats know as glamping (new word for me). All meals included and I was very happy with the food...続きを読む
Where does the transfer boat pick you up and what time? I have seen mixed reviews saying the boat is 15 minute ride to an hour and a half?
Where is the most efficient place to fly in to from the U.S. Midwest?
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Nature Air serves San Jose to Quepos. I believe there is another airport you can fly into that is more convenient, but can't remember name of it. Check with Nature Air. : )
Is there electricity in each tent? A light in tent? Where can I charge my electronics? are the shared toilets flush or latrines? Is there warm water in the showers? Do they supply soap for washing yourself? Thanks for any answers you have for me!
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To add to the previous answer, three showers have spot water heaters (affectionately called suicide shower heads) that provide hot water on demand. Each shower has a soap dispenser. Each tent has a floor fan. Larry installed... 続きを読む
To add to the previous answer, three showers have spot water heaters (affectionately called suicide shower heads) that provide hot water on demand. Each shower has a soap dispenser. Each tent has a floor fan. Larry installed a new locker the last time I was there (a week ago), with separate locked drawers for the tents. Enjoy!!