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Eco-Habs

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Southern California
Reviewed August 6, 2014

Really a unique accommodation. Palapa style huts, spread throughout a jungle setting. And although that sounds rustic, the units are very well maintained. As others have mentioned, it is a hike to the higher units. Not recommended for someone with health issues. Restaurant was very good. Although where ever one goes along the Caribbean coast, the meals seem to be...

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4Thank NadoClan
New York City, New York
Reviewed July 30, 2014

What a dream of a place - the road trip and the hike into the park are instantly worth it the second you arrive at reception and are greeted with a frosty coco limonada. By the time you arrive at your room, I can pretty much guarantee you'll want to do backflips. While the surroundings are rustic, the ecohabs are...

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8Thank mel h
Reviewed July 30, 2014 via mobile

They are in a beautiful location, but the sea is to dangerous to have a peaceful bath...(very disappointing if you consider how warm is the weather here..);the facilities of this lodges are nothing for charging what they charge!no swimming pool, no gym, no hammock corner, no nothing!I understand that they are in a national park, and I fully support the...

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2Thank Laura E
New York City, New York
Reviewed June 4, 2014

Tayrona Park itself is amazing, but staying in a tree house in Tayrona Park only heightens the sensory overload experience. Okay, the food at the restaurant is a lil expensive, but they carry in all their supplies on mules so I think we should cut 'em some slack. These cozy ecohab nooks are childhood dreams realized. They're basically next-level tree...

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Rio de Janeiro, RJ
Reviewed May 2, 2014

Pros: - Location inside Tayrona National Park. - Best lodging option at Tayrona National Park for sure. - Views are amazing from high ecohabs. 360 degree windows! - Nice bed. - Nice towels and linens. - Great architecture! - Free Wi-fi working all over the property. - They have an almost private beach. Cons: - Price is abusive considering that...

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3Thank leonardomrc
Aix-en-Provence, France
Reviewed April 28, 2014

My wife and I stayed four nights at the Tayrona Echabab in late March. Before we arrived it was evident it was a beautiful setting, however, what pleasantly surprised us was the friendly and professional way the hotel was run. The staff were delightful and helpful, and when there were small problems in the room they were sorted out very...

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1Thank Allan W
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Reviewed March 25, 2014

An amazing experience to enjoy Tayrona. Yes, it is very expensive. Yes, it is equally unique to enjoy such a comfort and breathtaking view in the middle of the jungle. We loved: - The amazing view from the room - Breakfast and drinks as room service if required - The towels, sunbeds and umbrellas on the beach - The food,...

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Thank Hopetohelpyou
New York City, New York
Reviewed March 19, 2014

BOOKING: I found it a bit strange to pay upfront and in the process they used. In fact, I had to get my credit card company on the phone for them to even approve it (and later got charged a foreign transaction fee by my credit card company). However, our room was there and waiting for us upon arrival! LOCATION:...

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Reviewed March 17, 2014 via mobile

We have not stayed at the Ecohabs yet but we are going there tomorrow. However I wanted to share how the booking process went, since it was a real joke. We booked the Ecohabs for 2 nights from the website, which collects the money even before confirming the availability. We were initially told it was available and then shortly after...

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11Thank Rebecca M
Windsor, United Kingdom
Reviewed March 12, 2014

The eco-habs are lovely with stunning views of the beaches and jungle. Just sitting on the veranda / sitting area was a treat. Worth getting a guide for some walking. Service was excellent, breakfasts were good but otherwise food was very variable in quality and not up to the standard expected . Staff were all lovely, very helpful and efficient....

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  • Beachfront
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  • Free Internet
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Address: Tayrona National Park, Colombia
Location: Colombia > Magdalena Department > Santa Marta District > Tayrona National Park
Also Known As:
Eco-Habs Hotel Tayrona National Park
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“the higher up the better ... and the more steps ~”
WeekFree, Jan 30, 2017 | Read review
“Limited mobility Eco 1. Views higher number!”
608JohnH608, Oct 9, 2016 | Read review
“higher you go the better the view....the further to the bar and back again !!”
kevin592, Sep 17, 2016 | Read review
“The higher the huts the better the view but get ready to use them legs as you walk up a lot of steps.”
813andresq, May 6, 2016 | Read review
“room 10 was great”
sianelerij, Apr 9, 2016 | Read review
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