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... and corresponding with William was very straightforward. The only room for improvement is the food which lacks protein.
... And I had to jump a trail of fire ants to get to my room. Also, the mosquito net in my room was more like...
... wife and I stayed in a chalet, which had windows to keep the room ventilated. We were surprised with how chilly it got in the...
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How do I get a hold of Lupa Masa to reserve a room? Their website seems defunct.
Answer from Mountaineer888
Dec 2017 |
hi there.the place is in the middle of the forest that's why it's hard for them to check the inquiries online. pls add me on faceb...
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CDL85 wrote a review Jul 2018
3 contributions1 helpful vote
I recently spent a night at this camp and it's a great place to stay especially with the close proximity to a beautiful river. The staff were all extremely helpful and friendly. Also the night walk and the jungle survival training were both excellent. I booked directly and corresponding with William was very straightforward. The only room for improvement is the food which lacks protein.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from Media T, Creative Content & Social Media Marketing Executive at Lupa Masa Rainforest Camp
Responded 19 Jul 2018
Dear CDL85, Thank you very much for sharing your experience of staying here in Lupa Masa Rainforest Camp. I'll be sure to convey your appreciation to the camp staff. For your information, we want to keep our camp area as eco-friendly as it is. Therefore, electricity is not provided 24/7 at the camp and this is why we cannot store the meat in camp. Hoping to see you again for your next visit to Lupa Masa Rainforest Camp! Cheers!
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jwdmeow wrote a review Dec 2017
Boston, MA8 contributions2 helpful votes
It was an hour hike in the heat of the day, through crazy mud, to get to the camp. The camp was nice and rustic, there was a beautiful mountain stream (nothing has ever felt better after a hot hike!) and the two teens who were staying there with me cooked great food, however, the area was COVERED with fire ants. We had a night walk after dinner, and we had to keep sprinting down the path to avoid the ants, and crashing through the jungle was not conducive to seeing anything under than some katydids and what looked like a cave centipede. And I had to jump a trail of fire ants to get to my room. Also, the mosquito net in my room was more like cheesecloth.
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Date of stay: November 2017Trip type: Travelled solo
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Henry Liou wrote a review Apr 2017
Bangkok, Thailand3 contributions3 helpful votes
Our group spent one night at Lupa Masa camp, and it was a really memorable experience. If you are looking for a place to temporarily disconnect yourself from civilization, and to connect with (loads of) wildlife and nature, Lupa Masa camp is the place for you! The camp is in the middle of the rainforest, everything is truly back to basics. (toilets to be flushed with a bucket, bucket shower, electricity available only in the evening).
My wife and I stayed in a chalet, which had windows to keep the room ventilated. We were surprised with how chilly it got in the middle of the night. There was also a mosquito net over our bed, which was nice. We both slept very well in our chalet, maybe because we were tired from the hike.
When we are not strolling around the camp enjoying nature, we would be chilling at the main chalet. That's where we hang out with other people and had our meals. Ask them for the home-brewed rice wine, they were delicious!
Overall, we really enjoyed our stay at Lupa Masa. It was too bad that we could only stay there for one night. We would definitely recommend it to anyone who truly appreciates nature.
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Date of stay: April 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Agata K wrote a review Mar 2017
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We were staying at Lupa Masa just for one night. The place is amazing, real jungle that goes straight to the beach. The room was really clean and breakfast with the family a great experience. I can recommend a place to everyone.
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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HGHF wrote a review Sep 2016
London, United Kingdom20 contributions12 helpful votes
This is a very basic camp set in the middle of the rainforest outside Poring. It's a great place for people wanting to be immersed in nature. Getting there involves a 45 minute walk through plantations and forest on a trail. It's slightly uphill but not difficult. You can leave excess luggage in Poring. There are four accommodation options (all based on wooden platforms with a roof): the most fancy are the cabins by the river, which are nice wooden houses with a bed, table and chairs on the verandah. The next option is the honeymoon suite, which is a wooden platform with roof and a double bed. There are no walls. Then there are two huts, which are platforms with rough wooden walls on 3 and a half sides (that don't reach the roof), and no door. The last option is the longhouse, which has a number of pup tents on a large platform. All the beds have mosquito nets, and very thin mattresses. Towels are not provided - I used my sarong after swimming in the river. There are communal bathrooms - four toilets (one western, three squat), and a couple of showers. All water comes from the absolutely beautiful and clean river. The communal area is a covered platform with comfy chairs and an outside area with table and chairs. The staff are really friendly and helpful. There are a few trails around the camp, and they offer a night walk. Food is vegetarian.
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: I stayed in a riverside chalet, which was a nice option. Take a towel or sarong and flipflops...
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Piff66 asked a question Nov 2017
Thousand Oaks, California29 contributions12 helpful votes
How do I get a hold of Lupa Masa to reserve a room? Their website seems defunct.
Answer from Mountaineer888
Dec 2017 |
hi there.the place is in the middle of the forest that's why it's hard for them to check the inquiries online. pls add me on facebook and i will give you the fb account of the staff there. thanks. AGAT DUMA is my fb name.
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