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Yes, we tried to book a tree house but they were fully booked.
Based on a previous review, we expected to wheel our luggage to the bungalow, to our pleasant surprise it was loaded into a trailer and taken to the bungalow for us. The...More
My wife and 2 teenage children spent 3 nights in the tree houses which where fantastic, the sound of the waves and rainforest was very relaxing and watching the squirells in the morning and monkeys in the afternoon was very amusing. The layout of resort...More
We decided to stay here on our honeymoon, and it was perfect! Exactly what we wanted. It was tranquil, secluded, quiet, peaceful, private. It was really just amazing. If your into fluffy white carpets and you really love fancy resorts, then it may not be...More
The treehouse we stayed in was brilliant. It looks like the accommodation has all been recently refurbished to a high standard and was a great experience. Although we could not see the beach (due to the jungle) you could hear the sea from your bed...More
US$73 - US$116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sorry to have to say but there are many spiders around. Just sitting in the restaurant you can see many in the rafters. They don't bother you and they do help to keep the insect numbers down. In the forest are many but if... More
Sorry to have to say but there are many spiders around. Just sitting in the restaurant you can see many in the rafters. They don't bother you and they do help to keep the insect numbers down. In the forest are many but if you keep to the concrete paths you should be fine. I was looking for them so saw lots in the bushes, jungle and around the shelters or wooden structures. With regard to the tree houses I stayed in one and enjoyed it. I only saw one spider on the balcony and that stayed where it was. So go and enjoy it but just don't poke around in the jungle
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"Tree houses are excellent just remember you are in the jungle."