San Blas Islands - San Blas Islands
Yandup Island Lodge

Yandup is a paradise island surrounded by coral reefs. It has a little beach with calm and crystal clear water and miles of sand within walking distance. Yandup belongs to a small archipelago, where you can even go swimming from one island to the other, crossing channels of various depths. The island is located approximately in the center of the Kuna Yala reserve, a thousand meters from the Ukupseni community or Playón Chico and 1.300 meters from the tropical forest and the airport.


The Lodge offers eight cabins built with local materials that Kuna Indians use in their homes. Five spacious cabins on the beach with private facilities, two oceanfront cabins with private bath, and one waterfront cabin with bathroom and showers outside the cabin. All rooms have wooden floors, windows, cupboards, bedside tables, ceiling fans, electric light, double and single beds with mosquito nets and terrace facing the sea, where they can relax in a hammock or lounge chairs.


A large dining room and kitchen on the beach with a beautiful view. All meals, no drinks, are included


They have a tiled bathroom with shower and toilets, public use.

Dates Room Meals Rates
      Sgl Dbl Tpl
From: 01 NOV 19 to: 31 OCT 20
Beach Front Bungalow


$163 $251 $376


$73 $73 $73
Over the Water Bungalow


$178 $273 $409



The hotel closes from May 13, June, September & October 2020 (subject to changes)


*Includes: RT Playon Chico ATO/Lodge/Playon Chico ATO, lodging, 3 daily meals, 2 daily guided tours (Snorkeling equipment is not included)

*Children 2020: from 0 to 4 stay for free - from 5 to 12: pay the rate above

*Comarca Taxes: Adults: US$ 22 p.p / Children (from 4 to 12 years old) US$17 p.p. 


IMPORTANT: Lighting is powered by solar panels, is not possible to charge celphones, cameras or computers.

There are no available tours.
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