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The beautiful Yandup Lodge

Yandup Island Lodge

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The beautiful Yandup Lodge Relax in your private cabin at Yandup Lodge Soak up the sun on the pristine beaches at the Yandup Island Lodge A secluded cabin at Yandup Lodge Enjoy the tranquil settings of Yandup Lodge Beautiful landscapes at the Yandup Island Lodge Large and cozy rooms in a unique bamboo style hut Enjoy breakfast on your private terrace at Yandup Lodge Relax on the pristine beach when staying at the Yandup Island Lodge A view of the beach huts perched on the shore
Set on a small private island, Yandup Island Lodge is surrounded by coral reefs and a features a white sand beach and some of Panama's clearest water. Serene Yandup Island Lodge is a secluded getaway.

Yandup is a family owned lodge with seafront and over-water cabins, located on a small private island near the Playon Chico community in Kuna Yala. The clear water is ideal for swimming, snorkeling, rowing, and sailing in a Kuna Indian canoe. Guests may hike in the rainforest and reach a small waterfall or visit the Kuna cemetery and learn about rituals and traditions of these people.

*Dining Room
*Wooden floors
*Private bathrooms
*Orthopedic mattresses
*Mosquito netting
*Ceiling fans
*360° terrace balcony
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Beyond expectations! Then again we weren't sure what to expect. Lovely stay at the lodge, met other like-minded travelers (many had their trips planned by Adventure Life) and the owner was a gracious hostess. It felt like you were one happy family, visiting with a favorite aunt.
Nancy Sin

Activities at Yandup

Visit the Mangrove
Enjoy a pleasant promenade by the mangroves, on the islands or the coasts, known by the Kunas as home of the sardines. You can distinguish the red, black and white mangrove. The eco-system of the mangroves serves as a spawning area for many aquatic animals, as the larvae and other small species are reproduced here and protected by the roots.

These forests are the habitat for a immense variety of fishes of alimentary value, crayfish and "guabinas" (fish from the river), and other