I have stayed at Finca Tatin twice now. Once in April of 2006 and another time in July of 2008. I would recommend it for more adventurous types and people who enjoy spiders, mosquitos and other sorts of nasties. It's a great place to relax, sit in a hammock, read a book and spend some time swimming in the river. The cabanas and rooms are dark and abound with ants, spiders and mosquitos in the rainy season. In the dry season, that's less of an issue. The staff are friendly, if a little unorganized. I like staying at the Finca, but it's definitely not a place for someone who wants a little luxury. The mosquito nets aren't long enough to do much good and the pillows are old, lumpy and musty. The rooms are a little overpriced for the money spent.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Finca Tatin is a hotel in the jungle, unique for it`s surroundings, and the simple and friendly atmosphere within.Owned by argentinian-italian globber trotter Carlos Simonini.Our place is special because we live in harmony with Nature; respect and protect the biodiversity while we work and live in the Rain Forest.How do we respect nature?If you look for a simple, relaxed time, good food, excellent company, wonderful places to explore, “FINCA TATIN IS YOUR DESTINATION”!Where is the Finca Tatin?Finca Tatin is on the Rio Tatin, a branch of the Rio Dulce. We are 20minutos boat from Livingston, the Caribbean Garifuna people, and 45 minutes by boat from Fronteras (Rio Dulce) .. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Finca Tatin Livingston