The Dolphin Island Lodge (Uaguinega)
Dolphin Island Lodge is located on Uaguitupo Island, a private island directly across from the indigenous Kuna island community of Achutupo and just a 45-minute flight from Panama City.
Upon arrival, clients will be met at Achutupu terminal, then transferred to the lodge by a motorized dugout canoe, five minutes from the beach. After settling in, breakfast will be served in the dining room. Lunch and dinner will feature delicious, fresh seafood from the area. During the mornings relax in one of the hammocks tied between the palm trees and enjoy the peace, tranquility and beauty of the scenery.
Rates: Are all inclusive per night and per person. Price shown is for double occupancy. Discounted rates from children up to 11 years of age. Rates include 3 meals per day, two tours per day, transfers to and from the Achutupu airport, and all taxes and fees. Does not include snorkel gear or airline ticket.
Amenities: Dolphin Lodge Cabins are comfortable, spacious, and have a 2 hammocks in their back porch a step from the water. The lodge has just nine teak wood cabins, built with a touch of Kuna style. All cabins are equipped with comfortable queen- sized beds, showers and toilets. Solar power is generated from 6:00am to 8:00pm.
Meals: Meals usually consist of typical dishes, mostly fresh seafood. Should you desire other options, please notify us in advance. Bottle of water is included with lunch and dinner and coffee or tea with breakfast. Additional beverages and alcoholic drinks can be purchased.
Internet access is available in the Kuna coffee shop next to the alfresco dining room, where you’ll dine in San Blas style for all you meals.
Activities: Daily Tours are included in the price. Visit the communities of Achutupu, Mamitupu and Ailigandi. Enjoy a guided tour of this island settlement and experience the Kuna lifestyle and culture. Also, visits to neighboring beaches are scheduled during your stay. You can also participate in a jungle river tour, visits to near by beaches or bird watching forays.
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