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Greeted most efficiently dockside (with a boat full of fellow guests) and given a welcome drink then instructed which little cottage was ours. Rooms basic with a ceiling fan, shower and plug sockets (no hairdryers) with comfortable beds. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are at shared...More
This lodge is situated in a natural setting alongside the river and surrounded by trees, flowers and wildlife. There are 2 beautiful pool areas, a couple restaurants and a zip line course on the property. We were with a group tour and buffet style meals...More
We spent two nights at Evergreen Lodge. It's only accessible by boat or by air. Most "rooms" are actually individual bungalows built on stilts above the jungle floor. Although there is no air conditioning, we were quite comfortable, in fact, we had to add blankets...More
Great location in the jungle on the river. Took a boat into the Tortuguero National Park every day to photograph wild life. Also took a boat to the Caribbean beach for a day. Nice rooms, good food, several pools. Needs a laundry though.
We are just finishing our stay here which has been 3 nights. It is a great base to explore the area although be warned that the overland journey to get here takes quite a few hours by bus and boat so take a good book....More
I was on a tour and had my transit from the peer to the lodge. I'm sure with how busy the peer was that you could get transport to the nearest big town, a short taxi ride to the pier then get on a boat at that transit... More
I was on a tour and had my transit from the peer to the lodge. I'm sure with how busy the peer was that you could get transport to the nearest big town, a short taxi ride to the pier then get on a boat at that transit pier.We also visited a tourist site by boat from the lodge so maybe there is transport to there also. Can't remember what the name of this was but it was where the river exited to the beach.