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Tranquilo Bay

At a Glance

    Pros

  • varied activities
  • wild surroundings
  • nice rooms
  • good food

    Cons

  • expensive
  • remote
  • three-night minimum stay
  • fixed arrival and departure days

Tranquilo Bay Review

This all-inclusive jungle lodge is geared toward active travelers—you can kayak, snorkel, hike, surf, or fish, or just stroll the beach and lounge in a hammock, all amid amazing scenery. The young American owners offer stays of three, four, or seven-nights in well-equipped bungalows spread along a forested ridge with panoramic ocean and island views. Spacious and comfortable, the bungalows have two queen beds, large bathrooms, air-conditioning, and wrap-around porches; four view the sea, two the forest. The lodge's 50-hectare (125-acre) rain-forest reserve borders the national park. Meals and cocktails are served in a lovely dining-living room in the main building.

    Hotel Details

  • 6 bungalows.
  • Rate includes all-inclusive.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed June.
Updated: 07-13-2012

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