We have 5 spacious standard rooms, (cabins or cabanas) and 4 even more spacious superior rooms. Enjoy 2 Honeymoon suites or 8 Kinkajou cabins.

Each of our cabins has solar heated warm water and a tastefully appointed tiled and a rather ample restroom and shower area.

Superior Cabina

This architectural tradition of the Caribbean originally had two main purposes: one is to avoid sleeping in a flooded room when floods occurred, and the other main idea behind the stilts is that it keeps insects away.

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The rooms were built following Caribbean style using stilts as their bases.

Honeymoon Cabina

Both of the above reasons really do not apply to Selva Bananito Ecolodge, however, as the lodge is situated on a ridge, thus flooding could really never occur, and secondly, because of our unique location, special microclimate, and the fast-flowing of waters in the rivers, we actually do not have any stinging mosquitoes.

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We do offer mosquito netting in all our rooms for your comfort.

Standard Cabina

Each of the spacious cabins has a full size and a queen-size bed (standard rooms) or two queen size beds (superior rooms). All of the rooms are separated from each other by at least 30 feet from any other cabin because we planted "natural walls" of exotic heliconia plants in between them.

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We offer a secluded, intimate and refined atmosphere.

Kinkaju Cabina

All the cabins at Selva Bananito Ecolodge offer spectacular views from the ample decks they were designed with. You will find two hammocks on each deck. In these, you can restfully take in all of the scenic beauty we have to offer at Selva Bananito, read your favorite book or enjoy a well-deserved siesta.

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You can even bird watch from the comfort of the veranda of your room.