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Reviewed 26 April 2016 via mobile

It already started badly with Communication. We asked for the differences between the 1 and the 2 Night experience, because the Price is the double and we wanted to Know what we will get for it. The reply was just repeating what's written in their web Page. So we wanted to do only the 2 days Trip and asked of...

Thank Friederike S
Reviewed 25 March 2016

We stayed with Max in his guesthouse (in the village of Sori, just before Wekso) for a night and it was a nice experience mostly because Max is a super nice and friendly guy, easy to communicate and laugh with. Besides, his wife makes great cooking. He didn't introduce us to anybody else from the village though, maybe we should...

Thank petehell
Hamburg, Germany
Reviewed 24 February 2016 via mobile

Me and my friend spend two amazing days with max from soposo rainforest adventures. Max speaks english fluently and is very passionate about his work as guide. During several hikes in the forest around the lodge and in parque L'amistad max shared a lot of his knowledge about plants, birds and animals with us and was great in spotting and...

Thank Melanie D
Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 18 February 2016

The Williams family is all about sustainability and educating tourists about the values and lifestyles of the Naso people. And, they do it amazingly well! This is not for tourists wanting luxuries. This is for travellers who want to learn about one of the indigenous tribes of Panama. You will eat what they have grown, sleep the way they sleep...

Thank t0rchbearer
Bucharest, Romania
Reviewed 26 December 2015

We did an overnight tour. It exceeded all expectations. It was so interesting to watch the food being cooked! The balsa river rafting was really something special, especially because we actually got to witness the raft being built. Saw lots of wildlife and at night the garden was full of fireflies! Max was very helpful and he also helped us...

Thank IKall
Reviewed 30 August 2014

The website looks very professional and is very promising for a great experience. Unfortunately it is not at all like it looks: - the place where you stay is in a garden of one familiy and not at all in a naso cmmunity - they offer a two day trip, but in fact you arrive the first day around lunchtime...

4Thank Victoria S
Den Haag
Reviewed 12 August 2014

We had a very disapointing experience with Soposo this week. We booked a three day and two night experience with 2 adults and 2 children for 700,- Dollar. On day 1 we arrived at 1100 at Mc Donald's at Changuinola. This was the agreed pick up point for the guide. At 1300 we finally arrived in Sori. (Guide was late)...

3Thank Paul B
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 26 January 2014

My Soposo adventure was on December 23, 2013. I was staying in Bocas, so took the water taxi in the morning and met Max (the guide) in Almirante. I was the only guest visiting that day. I didn't stay the night, but had a FULL day! We took a bus, and then a taxi to the property… from Bocas, maybe...

1Thank Cassie O
Reviewed 9 September 2013

If you are looking for an adventure and a different perspective on Panamá with a very warm and kind family, spend some time at Soposo. We first read about this unique place to stay in Moons travel guide. We spent two nights. This is not for everyone - there is no electricity, no running water and just small rooms (with...

1Thank Hpin
New York
Reviewed 5 January 2013

We read about the Soposo Rainforest Adventure on Trip Advisor. While we had already made all of our hotel reservations reservations on Isla Colon in Bocas town, we decided to visit as a day trip - a somewhat truncated experience although very rewarding. We took the water taxi at 7:30 in the morning and were supposed to meet Max in...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Soposo Rainforest Adventures offers the experience of a lifetime to adventure seeking guests. Join us on a journey into the land of indigenous Naso tribe of the tropical rainforest of Bocas del Toro Panama. Travel by dugout canoe, learn about ancient traditions, witness a plethora of wildlife and relax in traditionally constructed bungalows. Guided one day and multiple day tours are available. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Soposo Rainforest Adventures

Address: Area Teribe | Changuinola, Changuinola 0103, Panama
Region: Panama > Bocas del Toro Province > Changuinola
Price Range: $202 - $270 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 3
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“My wife had trouble negotiating the stairs, so a ground floor room worked best for us”
t0rchbearer, 18 Feb 2016 | Read review
“bring bug spray, a bathing suit (just in case), and if it's rainy season, bring boots - the jungle is very muddy. they have a bunch of extra rain boots, but might want to check in advance if they have your size.”
cassieo2014, 26 Jan 2014 | Read review
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