Bungalow Maitta

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Description

Maitta is the word used by the Wayuu people for relaxation and is represented by a seagull one of the many birds that can be observed from this bungalow located near the sea. Built in octagonal shape with authentic materials in a rustic style, it nonetheless includes details that will make for a special experience.
Allow the sea breezes and whispers lull you to sleep or while away the hours on your terrace. The bungalow includes a king bed with mosquito net, two fans, mini bar, safety box and a shower that opens to the skies. The terrace is furnished with a dining table and hammocks that will provide a delightful embrace on a lazy afternoon.

3D TOUR – BUNGALOW MAITTA

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