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Ina Island Panama
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#4 of 38 Speciality lodging in San Blas Islands
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Theodora wrote a review Feb 2014
Astoria, New York8 contributions13 helpful votes
I stayed at Ina's for two nights this week and I really enjoyed it. The hosts were so kind and helpful even though they didn't speak English and I don't speak Spanish. I felt very welcome and at home there and the little island was so beautiful and relaxing. Here is what I think you will find helpful to know Expect camping-like accommodations. Not gross but not luxurious. The bathroom is a proper building but it's like a bathroom at a campsite. There is one room with just a shower and one room with a shower and toilet. The toilet is flushed by pouring a bucket of water into the toilet. The bathroom floor was perpetually very wet so wear flip-flops in there. It didn't seem dirty though and it didn't smell bad or anything. Someone else on tripadvisor described it like a
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Date of stay: February 2014
ThiaTravelvast wrote a review Jan 2014
San Francisco, California264 contributions122 helpful votes
This is in a tiny island and they do the best I guess. The rooms are quite basic as you would expect - and you would get nowhere without spanish :(. The beach is fantastic - which is the whole point of the trip :) Food - which is included is quite basic and bland - but could be quite interesting. We had Crabs and Lobster on two nights and they were outstanding Overall, quite basic - but thats what you pay for. Be on the lookout for the small costs that add up - 10$ pp for entry to San Blas, 2 $ for port, 10$ one way boat ride...
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Date of stay: January 2014
Gabriela M wrote a review Nov 2013
Sao Paulo, SP40 contributions27 helpful votes
My husband and I stayed in Ina for 3 nights and we had a fantastic stay! This is the kind of paradise with white sand, palm trees and a beautiful sunshine! The accommodations are basic but it was expected and there are still some points that could be improved to make the stay even more pleasant: FOOD - The food is enough to feed you but it is too basic even for what was paid. It all tasted the same since there are not spices added on it Most of the times we had plain rice with chicken. They could try to make some more different dishes. We had lobster one night and some fish for lunch one day, which was good. The vegetarians did not have many options. It was only rice or rice and eggs. Besides they ran out of ice, beer and sodas almost every day. The meals were never served on
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Date of stay: November 2013
Ran R wrote a review Apr 2013
2 contributions4 helpful votes
After 3 days in inna,along with hearing others riviews,im sure i made the best choice. Its 25 dollars for doorms,really good room. The food was good dishes and full,even lobster and calamari! The people give algreat service with a big smile. The beach is great,tou can snorkle,there are hammocs,coconuts with strow for free(just ask in the kitchen). Strongly recomend!! (On the same beach youn have ina and robinson,its near one n other. Innas cabins is the place
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Date of stay: March 2013
senidesil wrote a review Feb 2013
Bordeaux12 contributions4 helpful votes
Probably one of the best place i went, but if you expect occidental commodities, you'll be disapointed ! Just the necessary, but it's enough. Arcadio is an honest man who can offer you a coconut when you want. At lunch and at dinner it's fish with rice and beans, the plate is huge, but it's a little the same everyday. Sometimes, you can have pieces of lobster. The only meal not good was the breakfast, really not enough and not good, if you're smart, go buy something before the travel. Don't do the excursions (dog island/Perro isla for the example) are expensive and have a bad value for money (we stayed only one hour for 40 minutes of boat and 10$). The island Ina is good, but simple : just a little shop, no electricity, so no plugs. Compared to the other place we went during
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Date of stay: February 2013
PanamaGuna Yala RegionSan Blas Islands
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