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Ina Island Panama
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nikirhmn wrote a review Oct 2015
26 contributions4 helpful votes
A lonely island, crystal clear water and a beautiful beach. This place is a dream for every Caribbean lover, particularly for the ones on a budget. The cabins are nothing fancy but I loved that they are located right next to the shore. The beds are on the sand (there is sand everywhere so be aware of the sandflies!). The food you get at Inas is really basic, but you won't stay hungry if you bring a few snacks with you. you can also bring any amount of alcohol and the owner will cool it for you. he's really nice! also, you can enjoy free coconuts and awesome snorkeling :)
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Date of stay: August 2015
Lillysur wrote a review Sep 2015
Cologne, Germany9 contributions9 helpful votes
We stayed at Ina's for 2 nights which was the perfect amount of time! The island is beautiful and you really get the "lonely island feeling"! The cabins are rustic and the beds are directly in the sand! I loved falling asleep and waking up to the sound of the wars crashing! The 3 included meals were very basic, so I would recommend bringing some snacks and water!! The included excursion to pelican island was awesome! At first we were a little confused because they dropped us of on this tiny island, with a tiny sand beach but nothing really to see or do. But luckily we had our snorkeling gear with us!! We saw hundreds of starfish and a sting ray! We had a lot of fun! But I also think that two nights were enough! We were glad to come back to real life and wash all our
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Date of stay: August 2015
Sassi7 wrote a review Jul 2015
Tel Aviv, Israel6 contributions
The Island is stunnigly beautiful and I would go there anytime again. The rating is only for the service we received at Inas and not the Island itself. Nevertheless I would probably choose a different place to stay. I guess that's what you get when you choose the cheapest and we were prepared for "Basic Food". But every single day the same food for lunch (Rice, lentils and chicken, or cold veggies out of a can for me as a vegetarian) and only tiny variations for dinner. Also the portions were rather small, the big guys in the group had to ask for more and then only got plain rice. Another point that lowered the experience there for me is that we felt like the Kunas see us as walking wallets .Snorkels (2$ per day), tours to other Islands than the starfish Island, charging your
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Date of stay: July 2015
TheHinduFace wrote a review May 2015
Hamburg, Germany147 contributions44 helpful votes
Thanks a lot to the owner of inas cabins it was Magic. If you want to go to San Blas and you wanna have more tours And spend your time in the Paradise go to Inas Cabins en San Blas. Good food great coconuts nice dorms Tour to pelikano island you can see starfish
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Date of stay: May 2015
TabsterInc wrote a review Apr 2015
Los Angeles, California198 contributions55 helpful votes
If you manage your expectations right, your stay here could be magical. That certainly how I felt the 3 days I stayed here. The transportation to get to the port is separate. Booked mine thru Mamallena and pick up is very early between 530 - 6 am. They require that you finalize your booking before 7 pm the night before. They don't really tell you much other than to be up and ready between those times. If you place offers bfast, make sure you get up early to chow something down before you head you as the ride could be for a few hours. We did stop at this local food stop but not much was offered at that time. The road to the port is quite interesting as you will navigate thru the hills, a bit curvy and some spots require that you drive a 4x4. Make sure you have cash to pay the $20
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Date of stay: March 2015
PanamaGuna Yala RegionSan Blas Islands
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