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Anbabnega Lodge

85027, Panama
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  • Excellent64%
  • Very good11%
  • Average0%
  • Poor18%
  • Terrible7%
14 Apr 2013
“My favorite experience in all of Panama”
1 Apr 2013
“Not Worth The Time or the Money”
    Free Parking
    Breakfast included
    Room Service
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    Reviewed 14 April 2013

    I'll start by saying this place isn't for everyone. If you're going to whine about things like electricity or cry because you don't have Western-style lodging, then you really shouldn't stay here. However, if you are open-minded and can handle nature and an interesting culture...More

    5  Thank wavypearl
    Reviewed 1 April 2013

    I had made it clear that I wanted to spend my time visiting several islands and purchasing molas during my trip. I was promised a boat and escort the first day which never materialized. The second day I grudgintly was quickly taken to two nearby...More

    2  Thank pkibbee
    Reviewed 14 August 2011

    My friend and I stayed for three days and absolutely loved it. Every one there was great and Jose was especially helpful and knowledgeable. If you are looking for white sand and clear blue water beaches this is the place to go. The Kuna culture...More

    4  Thank terriblet79
    Reviewed 4 August 2011

    I just read a very negative comment made by somebody, I believe this person made a mistake on the hotel. I was there in the month of April of this year (2011). To begin with, the Hotel was always clean. The food was always fresh...More

    3  Thank Puntachame
    Reviewed 2 August 2011

    Disgustingly dirty place, horrible service, and canned food, no fresh as they promise...That was a waste of time and money!!!

    6  Thank TracyStephany
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    Hotel description
    Anbabnega Lodge is a beautiful 10-room eco-friendly hotel nestled on an island inhabited by Kuna Indians, living as they have for hundreds of years. The structure was built by the Kuna people using traditional materials, but has the conveniences of running water (showers/toilets) and solar powered lighting. Three delicious meals and daily trips to see other beautiful islands are included in our prices. We have staff that speaks English, Spanish, French, and Kuna. Anbabnega Lodge is not a five star resort! We provide basic comforts and the opportunity to explore the beautiful islands of Kuna Yala while also experiencing Kuna life and culture.
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