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We stayed here for two nights while visiting the Tikal ruins. I must say, the stay was very good and comfortable. The Lodge consists of about thirty or so rooms in cabins spread throughout the jungle compound -- generally two separate rooms to a cabin....More
The jungle lodge is right next to the entrance of the park so you can easily walk in and out throughout the day if you want to go back to the hotel for lunch or a swim in the pool in the afternoon. We stayed...More
Our visit here started with a friendly email from the lodge confirming our stay. We stayed in the twin rooms with shared facilities. Found the bathroom and shower to be clean, convenient and well-maintained. The room was perfect for a good night's sleep.
A friend and I, on our very last minute unplanned backpack through parts of Guatemala decided to stay here. It was the last place on our trip, we spent a fair bit on a flight to Tikal rather than lose a day driving, so we...More
The staff here were very friendly and even set up coffee for us the night before our sunrise Tikal walk. The food at the restaurant is good, though a little on the pricey side (fair given the location!). Beds were comfortable and the rooms basic,...More
We were told by our UK agent that it was 15Kg - there didn't seem to be anyone having a problem with larger suitcases. Apparently they will send your luggage on if it's too much for that flight but we kept to below 15Kg and... More
We were told by our UK agent that it was 15Kg - there didn't seem to be anyone having a problem with larger suitcases. Apparently they will send your luggage on if it's too much for that flight but we kept to below 15Kg and had no problems.