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We Smell Change in the Air

Why do we accept flying on airplanes as completely unsustainable experiences? At the Cayuga Collection, we are considered world leaders in sustainable hospitality.  Our strong ethos guides each and every one of our actions, and we’re always on the lookout for ways to be even more sustainable.  Over the last 15 years however, we’ve been focusing entirely on

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Isla Palenque – Island Luxury and Sustainability in a class of its own

On July 1st, 2018, Isla Palenque will join the Cayuga Collection as its first Panamanian Hotel.  It will redefine sustainable luxury in Panama.  Here is why we think that Isla Palenque will be extremely popular, even within the first months of its operation. Beaches, Beaches & More Beaches. This is Isla Palenque’s main beach with the restaurant, beachfront casitas. Ideal for

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“Life Saving” – going beyond the call of duty!

At Cayuga, we work hard every day to make our guests happy.  Saving lives is usually not part of our daily routine.  At Kura Design Villas, we had to go a bit beyond to do some “Life saving” Here is the Tripadvisor Review from our Guest: Beautiful Costa Rica, traveling trough the mountains. Imagine you are

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Awards

What it means to us to win the WWTC Tourism for Tomorrow Award

“To be nominated as a finalist is a major honor.  To win is one of the ultimate accolades in tourism.”  Charles Kao, Founder of Travel Mole Media.   Cayuga won the 2018 Tourism for Tomorrow Award in the “People” Category.  This award is given out in five categories by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) every year.  Close

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How we do Sustainability – The Cayuga Way!

We strive to create the perfect symbiosis of Sustainability and Luxury for our guests in our Hotels, Resorts and Lodges in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama.  Sometimes we get asked what we understand by “being sustainable”.  Here a quick summary of our actions and initiatives that we think have a big impact on protecting the environment and really make a difference in

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