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The joy of the trip to the boat, the boat to the lodge and the lodge itself was fabulous...a little touristy but a fab treat which made us feel a little adventurous within the safety of well organised travel. We found excellent organisation and had...More
We visited Evergreen Lodge with my family (two kids ages 9 and 11). The location is fantastic and the grounds and buildings were well kept, clean, and safe. The room was spacious and comfortable with the screening on the windows. We were never hot at...More
The prior review was spot on! The location is great but the facility is very poor. All the activities seem very disorganized and seem to have all guests waiting in a holding area to board boats at the same time. The staff is not particularly...More
Firstly, the positives: the location is great and the boat journey in really adds to the experience. The meshed windows and the tin roof again add to the experience of the rainforest, being able to hear the frogs and insects all night and the rain...More
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Response from Catalina C, Gerente at Evergreen LodgeResponded 4 weeks ago
Good afternoon, could you please confirm, your complete name and if you did your reservation directly with us or by any agency?
We are checking with out hotel manager all the situations you are telling us.
Thanks in advance.
A riverside property set in pleasant gardens with two pools and three bars, two beside pools. One of the bars was not run by the hotel and was noisy at night. The rooms were detached chalets. The food was adequate and they did cater for...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.