Uaguinega derives from the Kuna language, where Uagui means dolphin and Nega means house. Together, therefore, it means “The House of the Dolphin.” During certain times of the year you can catch a sight of dolphins, and with some you luck you might be able to admire them.
The Lodge has 11 cabins, besides 3 junior suites equipped with solar panels to provide electrical energy through the night. The standard cabins have electricity from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. after which an emergency lamp is provided.
At the central courtyard of the hotel, a small area for playing football or volleyball has been provided. You can nap on one of our comfortable hammocks located on strategic places within the hotel.