The coral lagoon’s reefs and its bordering mangroves teem with colorful parrot fish, angel fish, trumpet fish, lobsters, squid and octopus amongst many others, not to mention many types of flourishing hard and particularly soft corals. Taking a kayak and snorkeling gear you can set out to explore this unique coastal habitat and even catch a glimpse of sea turtles grazing on sea grass in the mornings! For nature lovers there are trails you can explore on foot that venture into totally virgin tropical forest and mangrove swamps where its possible to see puma and jaguar tracks, deer, snakes, scarlet ibis, ospreys, wild pigs, capuchin and howler monkeys just to mention a few!
Our multilingual host will ensure to make you feel at home and delight you with his cooking as well as looking after your every wish. Meals are served under the shade of the mangrove trees allow you to contemplate the amazing views of the surrounding mountains and the turquoise waters of the lagoon. Hammocks, deckchairs, kayaks and snorkeling equipment are available for your enjoyment. We operate a free open bar offering local drinks were guests just help themselves.
Just a small distance from the lodge there are many unique diving sites where the accented coastline hides underwater grottos and canyons to explore. A ten minute boat ride away you can dive two locally renowned wrecks, the 'Carmen Fabiana', an impressive 10,000 ton freighter laying at 30 meters and the 'Gran Roque' a typical tug boat lying at 18 meters. You can also take a shore dive straight from the lodge or take the dingy to many other diving sites found close by. We work with PADI and SSI qualified instructors that offer scuba diving courses and discovery dives by appointment.
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