Mana Volcan Lodge

You will feel at home!


Quotes Los cuartos estaban muy limpios y bien cuidados. Su ubicación esta un poco alejada del centro pero es muy fácil de encontrar. Tienen una mesa de billar que pude aprovechar con amigos y un buen sports bar. Tiene una terraza en el segundo piso que es excelente para leerse un libro con un cafecito caliente. Pero lo que mas me gusto de este lugar fue el restaurante ?Maná? con una selección de platos variados con excelentes precios. Muy deliciosos , hechos con vegetales frescos. Es mas, muchos de los residentes locales visitan este restaurante. Disfrutamos mucho de esta pequeñas vacaciones y recomendamos este Lodge a cualquiera. Quotes
?Magnifica atención, excelentes precios y muy buena comida?

Quotes Mi esposa y yo fuimos a despejarnos un poco y cambiar del clima caliente de donde vivimos y encontramos este pedazo de cielo en forma del Volcán Lodge. La bienvenida y el servicio que recibimos durante nuestra estadía fue excepcional, muy personalizada. Es mas, siento que hasta se nos trato como si hubiéramos sido amigos de mucho tiempo. George nos acomodo en un cuarto que fue exactamente a lo que pedíamos. Aunque en un Lodge no se espera tener servicio al cuarto, en varias ocasiones nos llevaron la comida a nuestra habitación. El Lodge ofrecen algunos Tour del que tomamos muchas fotos. Fue fenomenal!! Quotes
?Magnifica atención, excelentes precios y muy buena comida?

Quotes Volcan is located about 45 minutes from David (shopping), there is nothing much to do in Volcan, but relax and enjoy nature including Quetzals and volcanos. The surrounding area is beautiful, with lots of dairy farms The building is 70 years old, but recently updated, still retains it's older charm. Moderate sized rooms with private baths, good hot water,new mattresses. The area is rural, there are roosters! The restaurant kept us coming back every night, even though there were other choices in town. Innovative cuisine, delicious fresh meat, fish and produce, served with charm by the manager/chef and his wife, Jorge and Vickie. Quotes

Quotes We stumbled upon this little historic inn and restaurant. The renovations are simple but tasteful with polished wood floors and a rustic Colorado feel to the place. The owner lived in Michigan for 30 years, but being Panamanian is great at helping guests navigate the area. His wife is wonderful and a fantastic cook. We went back to the restaurant 4 times because they have the best, freshest food in the area for a modest price--simply but beautifully prepared. The hotel is a little out of the way on a small road on the right across from a small bakery (on left) as you enter the town. It is easy to miss the sign for the Manna restaurant/Volcan Lodge. I can't recommend this place enough even though it may mean that it is booked the next time we visit! BTW, we much prefer the Volcan area to Boquete! Its more rustic to be sure, but the spacious beauty, wildlife, and general feel of the place charms us. Quotes

Quotes I recently finished a stay with theVolcan lodge. I was not only impressed with the rustic ambiance and historical setting, but the owner/operators were a class act. First rate service with comfortable rooms and a restaurant to remember. The menu offers local and American cuisine with superb quality and taste at a remarkably affordable price for the quality of food items. Freshest vegetables I have ever had in Panama. I strongly advise those coming to Panama to not miss out on this establishment. Close to the national parks, Volcan Baru and Costa Rica Border. This is definately a return visit accommodation. Quotes

Quotes We spent three nights at this charming B&B in Volcan run by the excellent hosts, Vickie and Jorge. They can provide lots of info for passing tourists and prospective immigrants alike, in both English and Spanish. The rooms are simple and the food is delicious. We ordered endless coffee (nice and strong) with breakfast and always stayed for dinner, sampling the meal-sized soups and salads, as well as the meat and fish dishes. All were great. We became known as the hungry Canadians. There are four or five rooms on two floors- both floors have lovely covered verandas for outside leisure. The first floor café serves as a hub for the small and eclectic mix (Americans, Italians, Russians, Dutch and Chinese while we were there) that comprises the expat community. Quotes
Ruth W

Quotes Thanks Jorge, for your great hospitality, delicious food and sound advice. We will return. The Pattersons Jim, Scot, Gregory and Kaye Quotes
Great place to stay and eat!

Quotes Great food and wonderful service. From the moment you step through the doors until the moment you leave you are treated like family. we came in as strangers and left as friends. Thank you Vicky, Jorge, princess Nicole and Prince Carlos for all you guys did to make our stay superb we shall return. We love you guys. Jim and Kim Quotes
Jim and Kim
The Best of Volcan

Quotes -1. I love even the look and feel of Volcan Lodge. It's not only historic, but it has been lovingly restored so that it is a pleasure to look at and be in. -2. Restaurante Man? at Volcan Lodge has a menu with so many good choices it can be hard to choose among them. The food is not only fresh - but I love the way the food is cooked. The warm wood helps create a warm atmosphere. A place to enjoy a good meal with family or friends. -3. Man? Assistance Services - when more local knowledge or better Spanish is needed - this is the place to come. See: In sum - when you want a good place to stay, a good meal, or help with local matters or Spanish - along with graciousness, warnth and good service - this is the place to come to. I highly recommend it. -David Burnet Quotes
David Burnet

Quotes We stayed at Volcan Lodge for four days while exploring Panama. Since two of us are from the Colorado Rocky Mountains, the rustic mountain lodge atmosphere was very familiar. But there was nothing rustic about the amenities, the food, or the hospitality. The rooms had comfortable beds, large glass enclosed showers, and lots of hot water. Also Wi-Fi. The owners, Jorge and Vicki, were very welcoming. Jorge (George to us Anglos) is the consummate host - offering helpful information and suggestions when we wanted them, and fading into the background during our private conversations. He is just as comfortable speaking English as Spanish. Vicki's English is about at my level of speaking Spanish (almost non-existent!), but she is good at guessing her guests' needs. Her strong suit is her cooking. We enjoyed at least two of her delicious meals every day, and were never disappointed. In our 15 nights spent in Panama, we never felt so much at home as we did at the Volcan Lodge Quotes
Sally, Peggy, and Alex