Enjoy the beautiful rainforest while falling asleep to the sound of frogs. Sleep in our luxury tent on 2 comfortable single beds! Gaze at the stars, Relax & Rejuvenate. Enjoy fully equipped bathroom, wifi, electricity. Pick your own bouquet of tropical flowers! Bring your own bedding and clean up after your stay and pay no cleaning fee! High speed wifi available.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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For camping, this is a great stay! No tent required which is nice. It rained the whole time we were there which made everything muddy and slippery. It's luxury for camping, but if you're looking for something bigger, I'd try elsewhere! We also had problems with host communication, but with a hot shower and working bathrooms, not much to complain about!
Camping with hot water!
Our stay was quick but we enjoyed that the hosts put effort in giving guests a comfortable hip camp stay. The running hot water was an absolute luxury for camping. We were surprised to see that the location had many other yurts/tents for other guests which made it feel less private than expected but overall we had a great experience and would stay here again! Adriano was super easy to communicate with!
The toilet is way too open and it’s a long way from the tents. You have to walk up a hill to get to it and you’ll pass by people sleeping inside the house. It’s just a lot of people and it feels very crowded. Nothing really makes sense. There are a shower and sink near the tents and they’re fine, but there’s no drainage. The outdoor soaking tub is up the hill by the toilet but I didn’t use it because it’s directly behind the house where there were a lot of people staying inside the house and not just in the tents. It seemed like people could just look inside and there were way more people than I expected to be there. The listing has three tents but there were other groups besides. All the pooling water everywhere (and fake plants???) attracted tonnes of mosquitoes. I have ten or twelve new bites from one overnight stay. The place could be beautiful, but it needs work and thoughtfulness. It just seems like the owner collects a lot of random stuff to make a little side hustle with but doesn’t really understand what’s necessary to make it true “glamping.”