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We stayed at la milpa for three nights and enjoyed them very much. The place is beautiful, completely hidden in the pristine rain first. Melvis and Francesco really made or visit with the money. They are so good in bird finding purely based on sound....More
We drove to La Milpa from Mahahual Mexico, where we live. The roads there were being regraded so the drive was a little more difficult than we thought it would be - all the main roads in Mexico are paved but about half the journey...More
Great food for a good price. Awesome drink specials. The building is a bit dark and old but my wife and I enjoy going because of the service, management and dining experience are wonderful. We are weekly regulars.
Two days and two nights in jungle paradise--great facilities and helpful staff, seamlessly integrated with the huge, well-maintained and protected forest area surrounding it. Highlight was a long hike with Melvis, the extremely knowledgable and accommodating nature guide and activities coordinator. In addition to countless...More
La milpa has it all, great location, mystical old maya city which is still owned by the jungle, a lot of wildlife, we saw spider and howler monkeys, perfect birding spot and lovely cottages to spend the nights in. The only thing we were less...More
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In response to the other reviewer's response: you can easily rent a car and cross to Tikal. It needs to be done with Crystal, who were really great, and you need to give them a couple weeks' notice to get the paperwork done... More
In response to the other reviewer's response: you can easily rent a car and cross to Tikal. It needs to be done with Crystal, who were really great, and you need to give them a couple weeks' notice to get the paperwork done. If this is the option you choose, just send them an email and ask them what to expect. They do this for travellers all the time. Best of luck!