BED BUGS!!! Trash dump site with some extra stuff
What you get for $400 a night: BED BUGS!!! Some guest thought they were mosquito bites - look at the pattern of the bites - in the row, look closely at the mattresses - we found a few bugs after we suspected we were bitten by bed bugs. The worst of all - four fifth of this small island is a trash dump site, septic tank spilled and flooded most of the are you see in "beautiful" pictures posted on line. Stunk for the duration of our stay. There was no area to walk on clean surface- trash piles or sewer covered grass. Eating area is dirty, utensils appears to be not cleaned with water. Kitchen is filthy from the back with dog (poor animals living on site full of fleas) running in and out of it. Towels smelled like mold and were given to us only once on the first day, water bottles appeared to be refilled and sold to us as new. Scary! No running water at night. Beaches are trashed with everything from plastic, hazardous waste material, construction refuse, semi-burned plastic furniture. Included exertions were to another dump site beach that had no sand. There are dead reefs. Staff was trying to be friendly- some of the people were hard workers. 2 our of 6 exertions to nearby islands were decent. Daniel- owner or manager, has University degree. He takes advantage of tourists- $400 a night plus extra pay he demanded for water is an extortion. Keep in mind you are at their mercy - nobody can take you to the main land, but his boat. No cell service.
Pros: Daniel, the owner or manager will charge your credit card on the day he gets a hold of it!!! You can't get your money back.
Cons: Condemn the place as hazardous site for health.
Location: Far from any sandy beaches- more than 1.5 boat ride. The only nice place is Guna people's ranches- pretty island with all sort of tropical trees.