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Ina Island Panama
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#4 of 38 Speciality lodging in San Blas Islands
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SJWoodrow wrote a review Dec 2014
Bristol, United Kingdom45 contributions9 helpful votes
An amazing places. Simple bamboo hut cabins with sand floors. Very easy going, helpful Spanish speaking staff. Great day trips to two different islands. If you want to snorkel the shipwreck you need a minimum of eight people and it will be $10 each. Just beware of the strong current over the boat so stay close to the end nearest the shore. Little motor boat takes you around everywhere which is a bit tough on your bum sometimes but easily fixed by sitting on towel if you bring one with you. Great views and just the right balance of doing something and nothing. Pelican island day trip was great with the sea stars and the corals, just quite shallow in places, careful of your knees. Snorkels to borrow at no extra cost! Food is standard (I'm vegetarian) and was provided three times a
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Date of stay: November 2014
radriri2014 wrote a review Oct 2014
Auckland, New Zealand28 contributions10 helpful votes
We stayed two nights at Ina Cabins in a private room in September. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, we had the cabin closets to the beach which was basic (sand floor, bed, table, mosquito net) but adequate. On the first day we were taken to Pelican Island in the afternoon (free of charge) for snorkelling and swimming which was good. The next day we just lounged on the beach, reading and swimming. They will organise tours to other islands if you like. The food was decent, we had lobster one night and chicken the other. For guys who eat a lot I would recommend bringing snacks. Tip: While you can bring your own alcohol, the beers and rum are well priced on the island.
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Date of stay: September 2014
NadineGray111 wrote a review Aug 2014
Darwin, Australia131 contributions44 helpful votes
If you can find a complaint about Inas that even remotely outweighs the good then you shouldn't be traveling!! Just WOW. I've been to a lot of beaches and islands and Inas (and all of San Blas) is simply the best! If you expect modern facilities and hot showers then this isn't for you… The hut floors are sand (so cool!), you have to manually flush the toilets and the showers are cold & limited, but this was the best place I think I've been in my life! They run free tours and supposedly the food is the best. Highly recommend!
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Date of stay: August 2014
fsu4life wrote a review Jun 2014
Telluride, Colorado18 contributions6 helpful votes
No thrills ....this is a tropical paradise. Full of coconuts and plenty of fun in the sun. Nice coral reef just a swim away. Meals are included and there is also a free boat trip in the afternoon to see starfish or the local Kuna village. Everyone was so nice. If you require hot water and air conditioning, this is not your place. Very relaxing. Make sure to bring a couple good books.
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Date of stay: June 2014
Pols 07 wrote a review Apr 2014
London, United Kingdom16 contributions14 helpful votes
We have just arrived back from 5 nights/6 days at Ina's Cabinas and had the most fantastic time! The cabins are basic but absolutely fine for what you need. They are on the beach and have a double bed with pillows sheets and a mosquito net. All bedding is clean and there are barely any insects in the cabins. The odd mosquito but nothing unbearable at all. The island is absolutely stunning with amazing white beach, clear water and the perfect sea temperature. There is a reef just off the beach which is fantastic for snorkelling and we spent many hours exploring and saw so many fish. We recommend taking your own snorkel and mask, you can buy in a supermarket in Panama City. The food was great. Fish or chicken everyday but what do you expect you are on a desert island!! The fish
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Date of stay: April 2014
PanamaGuna Yala RegionSan Blas Islands
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