Information about Dad Ibe Island Lodge
Hotel own description
- Adress:Website: http://www.dadibelodge.com
- What the hotel offersDad Ibe lodge is one of the newest and original Lodge in the Kuna Yala Research area. Builded in the center area of San Blas, the hotel offers an unsurpassed view of the Caribbean Sea from all the sides of the Island and also a view of Panama’s Caribbean Mainland and Mountains. Dad Ibe lodge is builded in one of the 365 islands that forms the Kuna Yala Territory. Nearby the lodge island there are two other small islands (both of them uninhabited). The Kuna Yala territory is a band of rainforest that extends for 125 miles along the Caribbean coast between Panama City and the City of Colon. Dad Ibe Lodge
- LocationLocated near to Achutupu & Ailigandi Community, our Lodge retreat are where you'll wake up in peace and beauty.You have to take a flight from from Panama City to Achutupu or Mamitupu by Aeroperlas Regional www.aeroperlas.com and Air Panama www.flyairpanama.com. The flight departs at 6:00 a.m. from Panama City to Achutupu or Mamitupu and at 7:00 a.m. from Achutupu to Panama City
- AccommodationDad Ibe Island Lodge is composed by 3 Bungalows/ Huts structures made out of wood and covered with thatch. Dad Ibe is reflective of native design: rustic, authentic and comfortable. 3 hut with private bathrooms and showers. All huts are built with typical materials of the zone. Water is provided 24 hours in the bathrooms and showers
- Food and DrinkThe food consists mainly of local products, prepared by the Chef Kuna on location. Meats, fish and vegetables offer something for every taste. Plenty of tasty tropical fruits are always served to everybodys's delight.
- Other facilities and servicesAfter a light breakfast, spend the afternoon getting to know the native communities and the Kuna people. Explore the local crafts and politics, and have the opportunity to meet a local chief. Further your experience of the unique and affectionate Kuna people with a tour to Achutupo, a Kuna burial ground. Feel free to photograph as much of the engaging landscape as you wish, but be respectful to the people. Permission is needed if you would like to take their picture. Also, it is customary for the Kuna people to charge you a dollar for their photo. Return to the lodge for lunch, and spend the rest of the afternoon enjoying a return trip to the sandy beaches and crystal waters of the private islands, or hike around neighboring islands for fantastic bird watching. Parakeets, parrots, and hummingbirds are just some of the hundreds of species that migrate to the San Blas islands. After dinner, enjoy a final look at the starry night before turning into bed.