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We have lived in Panama for 10 months and I have always wanted to visit the Jungle Land Floating lodge from the first week I learned about it, but had been busy with other things and only just recently experienced the wonder of the Lodge...More
We were only in Panama for a few days so jungle land allowed to pack in a lot in a short time. Canal cruise, monkey island, kayaking and fishing. All a great lunch on the floating house followed by a siesta in a hammock overlooking...More
I think this may have been the best couple of days I have ever had on holiday. It simply had everything, great people running it (James, Emily and Daryl were great to be around), food and of course the wildlife and environment around. Early morning...More
My wife and I stayed two nights here as a prelude to a Panamá cruise and were not disappointed! The monkey encounters were quite touristico but in all our time in Panama it was still the most comprehensive. Carl packs quite a lot into the...More
Pro: Lots of activities, away from city life, great home cooking, peace and quiet
Cons: ask me about the critters that lived in the mattress that snacked on our skin while we slept. Upside, Lodge reimbursed us for our laundry bill that we requested so...More
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Response from bigriver63, Owner at Jungle Land Panama Floating LodgeResponded 22 October 2017
In the jungle there can be insects. We fumigate the rooms on a regular bases. If this was a true issue you would see many more such comments. I remember the complaint and I dont understand why the guests took months to write a comment....More
Ditto to the answer above. Jungle Land is very much a lodge - not a "resort". No car rentals or surfing or tutors onsite - just plenty of nature to enjoy with the help of very helpful staff and informed guides. This isn't a... More
Ditto to the answer above. Jungle Land is very much a lodge - not a "resort". No car rentals or surfing or tutors onsite - just plenty of nature to enjoy with the help of very helpful staff and informed guides. This isn't a spot to get tours "from" - it is its own destination location - a place to immerse yourself in the beauty of the surrounding jungle and forget about the rest of the world. Again - are you sure you're booked at the Jungle Land Lodge?