A pleasant complex made of cabins resembling those of native Taino Indians, Villa Guama is a very unique place. Located on the Peninsula de Zapata and on the Laguna del Tesoro, the cabins are made from native woods, perched on poles above the lagoon and surrounding swampy marshes, and linked together by wooden walkways. The place is especially recommended for nature enthusiasts. Facilities include a restaurant, bar and a swimming pool. Day and night entertainment programs, with shows featuring traditional rites. From the hotel you can also rent boats, go on bird-watching or hiking tours or visit a nearby crocodile breeding farm. There’s a 20-minute boat ride to the hotel, where guests get a nice sample of the great variety of local flora and fauna. The fine wood cabins with natural (guano) roofs, are well equipped. The balconies feature a view of the lagoon and its channels.