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We stayed for 3 nites. Wish we'd stayed longer. Lots to see and do. Plan to return for at least a week. Definitely go to park, snorkeling, eat at Curt's! Tons of birds, wildlife! Cotingas, monkeys, toucans, right out our window!
booked this place for the views-expected a cabina with unobstructed views of the water but had one with palm trees to look through onto the water. Would have been nice to be met at the ferry boat to help with my luggage, I was met...More
These are fairly basic budget cabin rooms but were clean and tidy. We had aircon in our room which was,a relief as the tin roof makes it very hot!!! Our water went off one day but was soon fixed. There is a bit of a...More
Nestled atop the road leading to the Pacific, Las Contingas is a haven. Approachable by water taxi or small plane it's open air common areas allow guests to sit and chill or start up conversation with a fellow traveler. Mauricio, the proprietor, does a great...More
Stayed here Xmas 2016 & had a great stay. Well priced, awesome views, nice clean rooms and a great breakfast. Highly recommended staying here for the price range. No lunch or evening meals but plenty of options close by.
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US$41 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi we have booked to come in April for 4 nights. Trying to decide if we should drive or take the boat. If we take the boat is it easy enough to get around everywhere without our car. We would like to do some hiking, snorkeling, the night tour and maybe some horseback riding, looking forward to visiting your place. Debbie
15 November 2014|
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Response from nohassle1956 | Reviewed this property |
I would take the boat from Sierpe. Once you are in Drake Bay you do not need a car. Everything you want to do is right there. Have fun.