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As described in the other reviews, Mana lagoon's accommodation is very basic. But it's absolutely worth going! The staff doesn't just treat you like paying guests, you will be treated as a good friend. They offer many (free of charge) things to do if you're...More
My stay at mana lagoon backpackers was characterised by false promises and overvalued accommodation. Initially we were promised free wifi, canoeing and snorkelling, as well as air conditioning. Not only was it not free, but much of it didn't exist. No electricity between 6am-6pm and...More
1 Thank Barton W
Response from Manalagoon, Director of Sales at Mana Lagoon BackpackersResponded 18 March 2017
who ever promised you free WiFi, canoeing and snorkeling, as well as air conditioning here, don't know what there talking about!
i suggest you go talk to them!
if you had done your research, we are a basic village backpacker, local village stay, local...More
I'm not going to dress it up - the accommodation was not great BUT staying here was definitely the most fun. There was no signal, no tv, no internet, it was literally how travelling should be. Everyone socialised, we played games, we went fishing, we...More
Booked for 3 nights through bamboo. We had a really mixed experirnce... The staff were super friendly and really made us feel at home. the entertainment was great and helped all the guests get to know each other. The food was good and varied each...More
As me and my partner spent our first night in this accommodation we assured ourselves we were just being too particular as it was only our second week of travelling... I can now safely say we were not. We are now 3 months into our...More
1 Thank Ryan G
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US$22 - US$29 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)