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In spite of some communication problems when booking, we enjoyed every minute of the four days we spent there particularly thanks to Vincent, the friendly Belgian manager and talented chef: he dealt with things with the appropriate mix between efficiency and flexibility. He was confronted...More
This is the perfect word that best represents our staying at Al Natural Resort.
The view is breathtaking, but what really worths a visit here is sleeping sorrounded by the jungle and the total quiet atmosphere.
If you are searching for relax and living in...More
We had the luck to stay few days in this beautiful place in the heart of the Carribean Sea. Every room is completely surrounded by nature, with a stunning view of the sea. We had some very quiet and relaxing times. Chef Vicente knows his...More
We had an amazing esperience here, deep into the natural feeling of the islands of Bocas del Toro.
We had a perfect welcoming and the chef's plate are the best we ate so far during our trip!
Beautiful view fron the cabanas directly over the...More
Very natural place. Quiet and Relaxing. Super nice food by the Belgium chef. A nice natural experience. All the bungalows are close to the beach. During the nights it's full of nice monkeys and small animals.
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Sorry Lucy, it took me a while to answer. It's not shallow for long. You can start swimming a few yards away from the beach and definitely swim far (or parallel from the beach). I would ask one the hosts about currents... More
Sorry Lucy, it took me a while to answer. It's not shallow for long. You can start swimming a few yards away from the beach and definitely swim far (or parallel from the beach). I would ask one the hosts about currents, that's all! Hope this didn't come too late.