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If you go on this excursion make sure you spend the night! Totally worth it
Every bit of this place is amazing!! Spent a week visiting family in Panama and decided to try this out (to get away from family for a night lol) and...More
We were only in Panama for a few days so jungle land allowed to pack in a lot in a short time. Canal cruise, monkey island, kayaking and fishing. All a great lunch on the floating house followed by a siesta in a hammock overlooking...More
From meeting Carl at the pier to waving bye to the lidge the next day this trip was epic! Make sure you overnight - it is comfortably worth it!!! A local chef called Lady prepares the food and all 3 meals were amazing. We were...More
We spend two nights in the lodge. After we parked the car near the dock, we were picked up by the boat of jungle land. The boat took us over the channel, were we saw the big containerships and got a lot of interesting information...More
I can't begin to say enough about our time at the lodge. We stayed for two nights in a wonderfully set up room with a private bathroom and balcony, with a king bed and two hanging single beds for the kids.
We all fed monkeys...More
US$150 - US$175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Ditto to the answer above. Jungle Land is very much a lodge - not a "resort". No car rentals or surfing or tutors onsite - just plenty of nature to enjoy with the help of very helpful staff and informed guides. This isn't a... More
Ditto to the answer above. Jungle Land is very much a lodge - not a "resort". No car rentals or surfing or tutors onsite - just plenty of nature to enjoy with the help of very helpful staff and informed guides. This isn't a spot to get tours "from" - it is its own destination location - a place to immerse yourself in the beauty of the surrounding jungle and forget about the rest of the world. Again - are you sure you're booked at the Jungle Land Lodge?