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Riverside, California
Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

There truly aren't enough words to describe this experience, so much relaxation. A real paradise. Thanks to Johnny the manager Larry the owner the cook ladies, Tony ( Macho) they treated me and the customers with so much respect feeling just like at home. I would recommend this place millions of times to that whole world. This not a 5...

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Napa, California
Reviewed 1 week ago

Located right on the beach in the middle of the largest remaining track of Coastal Rainforest in all of Central America, this is truly a one of a kind experience. We saw two species of monkeys and the rare Scarlet Macaw all while hiking along the beach with breathtaking ocean views. This is a great place to bring your famiy....

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp is set on a pristine ocean-front property. You stay in large private tents with spacious, waterview lanais. The tents have queen beds and there is electricity and fans, and unbeatable views. There are plenty of hammocks for resting and watching the monkeys in the trees or the soaring scarlet macaws. The atmosphere is relaxed and everyone...

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Marano di Napoli, Italy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Fulfilled all our expectations of being in a wild jungle, with many animals and red parrott screamning in the trees. Not only the jungle is fantastic, also the beach, many manby beaches, small ones, with some rocks, but virgin ones go from the lodge to the river Claro. Very satsfied with the stay, the persons woerking there, the tourist guide...

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

So our we almost gave up on the jungle hostel because we drove and the road that leads to us is not in the gps. Although driving through rivers to get there was a lot of fun I would recommend taking the boat from sierpe as it will drop you off beach front. The personnel whom work there were more...

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Port Isabel, Texas
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Get ready for rustic accommodations, but clean and still with all the necessary amenities. We stayed at the camp years ago and must say, it has improved a lot. Each unit has a wooden platform, so it is not just camping, but in between cabins and glamping. There is electricity, and two large beds in each unit. Also, there is...

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Munich, Germany
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The expected was fulfilled when we stayed here. The lodge really offers rainforest and beachfront, both at the same time. We enjoyed the fact that it is South of Drake Bay, which is quite noisy, so we did get this jungle adventure experience. Many thanks to the dedicated staff members too, who really make the best they can. Great food,...

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Edmonton, Canada
Reviewed 14 March 2017

We stayed here with our two sons who had their own tent. It was an adventure from beginning to end, from catching the boat to the macaws to the walks into town not meeting anyone. Best whale watching of our lives and the biggest crocodile I ever want to see. Mangrove swamps. Entering the ocean from a river. OMG. I...

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Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed 19 February 2017

This place was great! We checked in about 11:30am and were promptly met with coffee, hot water/tea, and water. Lunch was about 12pm and then we were showed to our tent, which was practically beach front. Pretty much the only thing between us and the water was the hammocks and the beach. The staff was very nice. They helped us...

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Reviewed 28 December 2016

I don't usually do trip advisor reviews but felt that people have the right to know what the tent camp is like. Really good location, my family and I had a really good time over christmas here; thank you to all the staff! However, it is not 'luxury'. The worst thing was that basic things like cleanliness was terrible. Dirty...

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“Ask for the front tents”
theegeorge55, 26 Apr 2017 | Read review
“No en-suite bathrooms, so you might want a tent close to the center. The pathways are lit but a flashlight is still a good idea.”
loraf314, 19 Apr 2017 | Read review
“This is a tent camp. It's a unique adventure. Let go of expectations and you'll have a wonderful time.”
familyfuncdn, 14 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Some tents are more private than others so it depends what you want. Talk to management and I'm sure they will help you out :)”
mollyc739, 28 Dec 2016 | Read review
“Depends on what you want? Sunset? View? Close to toilets?”
Ruthtestman, 18 Jul 2016 | Read review
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