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Jungle Lodges: Posada or Sandoval Lake Lodge?

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Up until this morning I was on a wait list for the Posada. In the meantime I had researched Sandoval Lake Lodge. Both are comparablly priced. I got reservation forms for both of them and I think they want payment upfront.

Would like to hear from anyone who is familiar with either. I have checked Trip Advisor and Posada comes out on top, but not sure if I can trust the reviews. I will be going in Sept and traveling alone as my travel companions are staying in town.

Inkaterra is too upscale for my budget, but does offer a special for rooms still available 20 days ahead of booking, that is not much more than other lodges. I'm a little tempted to wait and see, but don't want to loose out entirely. Is late Sept a busy time? Would you book a sure thing (Posada/Sandoval) or wait and see if Inkaterra is available at discount?

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