Rustic, ecofriendly accommodations meet mid-range facilities at this social miniresort. The highlight here is the beach, where the mostly young crowd lazes in hammocks before joining a game of volleyball on the regulation-size court or in the pool. Fishing here is run by the operation of one of the resort's co-owners and is top-notch. Bures are smallish but have attractive outdoor showers; numbers 1–5 are first off the beach and farther from the dining room. Safari tents were imported directly from South Africa and face into the rainforest but numbers 1, 2, and 3 have partial ocean views. A state-of-the-art nightclub gets going some nights. There are also dorms.