Stay At This Floating Airbnb On The Caribbean Sea For Less Than $30 A Night
Do you dream of vacationing on the sea for a couple of days but recoil at the thought of being stuck on a cruise ship? Then you might want to look into staying at this charming little floating lodge, located in the Carribean Sea in Bocas del Toro, Panama.
The tiny floating house will let you enjoy all the perks of living on the water without the lack of privacy that comes with many cruises. This lodge Airbnb sleeps three for $27 per person per night and includes access to a private little boat, two kayaks, one longboard, masks, fins, snorkels and fishing gear.
If this sounds like too much water play for you, don’t fret. Renting the lodge will also give you access to two bikes that you can use to explore the surrounding islands.
The Airbnb host provides homemade free breakfast daily, and a lunch and dinner menu is available for $14 per person. Bonus: One previous guest of the lodge describes the host’s cooking as “spectacular.”
- 1 bedroom with a queen bed
- Option to add one folding bed for one person (under the age of 16)
- 1 private bathroom
- 1 coffee maker and mini fridge
- Access to a washer/dryer (located in the host’s nearby residence)
- Free breakfast
- Homemade lunch and dinner available for $14 per person
- 1 little boat
- 2 kayaks
- 1 longboard
- Snorkles, masks and fins
- Fishing gear
Here’s how to make this dream vacation a reality:
To get to Bocas del Toro, Panama, you’ll want to fly into either Panama City or Costa Rica’s capital city of San José. You can find direct flights to either of these two locations from most major cities in the United States. Once you reach either Panama City or San José, you can hop on a connecting flight to Bocas Town, Panama — flights to Bocas del Toro International Airport are available from both locations daily. The Airbnb host offers pick-up/drop-off services to and from the Bocas del Toro airport for $60 roundtrip. Otherwise, taxis are also available at the airport.
So friends, when are we going?