Cabañas in local indigenous ( Ngobe)
10 gostiju
6 spavaćih soba
6 kreveta
1,5 kupaonica
10 gostiju
6 spavaćih soba
6 kreveta
1,5 kupaonica
Koliko je odraslih.
Koliko je djece.
Dob: 2 – 12
Koliko je beba.
Mlađi od 2
Maksimalan broj gostiju je 10. U to se ne ubrajaju bebe.
Kreditna kartica neće se još teretiti

Welcome to Silico Creek We are an indigenous community located in the comarca Ngabe Buglé close to Bocas del Toro Province. We want to share with you our culture and history.
and invite you to live an unforgettable experience.


This is one of the best indigenous community located on the main way, and you will enjoy sport with local people, practice your Spanish language, a day with a local family, there are also waterfall and birds watching, it is close to natural reserve.

Dostupno gostima

You can use the hammock and the frontal space of the cabana with natural view. You have free access in the community and also by handcraft for yourself.

Interakcija s gostima

when you need someone for help there will always be a person available.

Ostale napomene

There is raining a lot, sometime the solar panel can not work.

Kućni ljubimci dobrodošli
Prostor za rad na prijenosnom računalu
Prikladno za obitelji/djecu

Dodatni gosti $15 / noćenje nakon prvog gosta
Tjedni popust: 5%
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Kućni red
Nije sigurno ili prikladno za bebe (do 2 god.)

Respect the resting time of the other guest.

Otkazivanje rezervacija

Sigurnosna oprema
Pribor za prvu pomoć
Kartica za hitne slučajeve

Minimalni boravak: 1 noćenje

27 recenzije

Profil korisnika Stéphanie
Srpanj 2017.
Cet hébergement est pittoresque et rustique. Il est situé en haut d'une colline, la douche est un seau et un robinet d'eau froide - l'accès au WC se fait par une mince planche. La cabane sur pilotis est bien conçue et ne fuit pas (il pleuvait), avec une chambre petite mais un assez grand espace extérieur. Les habitants sont chaleureux et sympathiques, par contre ils ne parlent ps anglais uniquement espagnol. On nous a préparé pour un bon prix de la nourriture bonne et copieuse. Nous avons aussi bénéficié d'une visite intéressante des plants de cacao. Bref je recommande pour l'authenticité et l'expérience mais il faut bien avoir conscience du coté rudimentaire du logement.

Profil korisnika Yuta
Lipanj 2017.
Very good place and good stay!

Profil korisnika Maria
Svibanj 2017.
Eine wirklich tolle und spannende Erfahrung! Wir waren sehr glücklich dass wir uns für zwei Nächte dort entschieden haben und können es sehr gern weiterempfehlen an alle die an der Kultur der Einheimischen interessiert sind.

Profil korisnika Sjoerd
Travanj 2017.
We stayed at Silicon Creek before we headed to Bocas del Toro and it was an unique experience. It was great to meet a local family and have dinner with them. As you can read in the previous reviews: the accommodation is basic. They are peaking little English (there was a volunteer the first night who could help translate), you sleep in a wiggling hut when you climb the stairs, you shower with a bucket shower, you flush the toilet with a bucket and there is no light at night (so bring a torch). The accommodation is at the top of the village, so you got a lot of privacy. We did the morning tour with Raoul. He speaks English and it was great to see his family, have lunch with them and see the plantage their are working at. All together a big recommendation!!!

Profil korisnika Igor
Ožujak 2017.
A truly authentic place in Silico Creek village

Profil korisnika Veronika
Veljača 2017.
The two stars are for Luis, an incredibly kind and patient guide, his cacao tour that was really interesting and all of the cute smiling kids that are running around. For the rest we unfortunately have to say that we were not happy with our stay. We are students and travel on a budget, a fact that was apparently not well seen in this village. Arcadio asked us before our arrival if we wanted 3 meals a day with a family. We declined that before arrival and asked only for one lunch with the family. For the rest we brought our own things to save money and furthermore because we don't eat 3 times a day. When we arrived, Luis assured us two times that the meals were already included in the price and led us straight to the family where we were supposed to have a meal. Out of courtesy we sat down to eat. The meal was good but the family was really unfriendly, we tried to talk to them but to a "gracias estaba muy rico" the lady responded with a "hm". We felt very uneasy. The meal we had was charged with 6$/person. The night was somewhat difficult as in addition to no light in the room and sparse sanitary facilities (which we were absolutely prepared for - this is no critic!) there were bedbugs in the bed! We woke up with a hundred stiches. The next day we had the cacao tour (which costs 15/person, a day spent with a family costs 25/person). The tour was really interesting and as I said, Luis is fantastic. But when we arrived at the end we were offered to buy the cacao that they produce. We happily bought a barn. The question there was - "one, thats all?" Our overall feeling was that we were seen as rich tourists that have to spent a lot of money there to be welcomed. So if you are ready to spend 15$/per night + 15$/day for food + 40$ for the tours, which adds up to 100$ for two days you will certainly have a great experience. If you do not, maybe reconsider going there.
Profil korisnika Arcadio
Arcadio odgovara:
We regret the misunderstandings and confusion of Luis on the courtesy thank the observations we will gladly give the best of us for the next,
Veljača 2017.

Profil korisnika Julie
Veljača 2017.
Incredible place, amazing people. The community is extremely welcoming, friendly and helpful. The view from the cabanas is spectacular, it is a very relaxing place. To get there from San Jose, Costa Rica is easier than it seems: - There are buses every 2 hours to Sixaola, the border between Costa Rica and Panama (Transportes Mepe - Estacion Atlantico Norte in San Jose). It takes about 6 hours to reach Sixaola. - Cross the bridge that marks the border between Sixaola (Costa Rica side) and Guabito (Panama side) - From there, take a bus ($1) or a taxi ($1,5) to Changuinola - Go to Urraca bus station and find the Changuinola-David minivans. Ask the driver to stop in Silico Creek. It costs around $5 (you pay when you get off) - The minivan will stop right in the middle of the Community. On your left there is the cooperative and office, on your right will be the village - the cabanas are on the top of the hills. There are always people around, just ask for Arcadio or his brother Arnoldo and they will help you! I left with the 8:00AM bus from San José and reached Silico Creek around 4:00PM, to give you an idea. I strongly recommend that you take cash with you as there is only one bank in Chirriqui Grande, the closest town. If your card doesn't work (it happened to me) you will have no other way than going back to Changuinola! Bring a headlamp, mosquito repellent, and anything you think you might need (snacks, refillable water bottles...) during your stay as the place is very remote - that's the beauty of it! Enjoy, share conversation with the lovely people you will be fortunate to meet there, admire the view, marvel at the birds, listen to the sounds of the night as you fall asleep. I cannot recommend enough to visit this place and to be curious about how it works, I am looking forward to visiting again!

PanamaČlan od Rujan 2015
Profil korisnika Arcadio

I am Arcadio Aguilar, I was born in Silico Creek, son of one of the founder of the community, I am really involved in the life of the village and it is an honour and a pleasure to unveil the village.

Jezici: English, Español
Stopa odgovora: 100%
Vrijeme odgovora: u roku od sat vremena


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