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Banana Lake, Cumbuco

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Water Body Nature / Park
Between immense dunes and fields sprinkled with lavender, you will find Banana Lake, a nice alternative to the sea. Sun chairs and tiki huts provide places to relax and don’t miss taking a nap in one of the hammocks above the water. The clean water lends itself well to various activities like swimming, windsurfing, fishing, diving, jet skiing, and kite surfing. Use our Cumbuco travel itinerary maker to add Banana Lake and other attractions to your Cumbuco vacation plans.
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Where to stay in Cumbuco

Accommodations are never too far away from the action in Cumbuco because it's a compact town. A number of sizeable hotels sit directly on the beach and are equipped with swimming pools, on-site restaurants and unobstructed ocean views. Those who prefer smaller, quirkier properties should opt for a bed and breakfast, known locally as “pousadas.” Although Cumbuco’s offerings include several luxury guesthouses, pousadas tend to be good value and are, on the whole, more affordable than hotels. Guest planning a long stay may prefer the privacy and amenities of a house or apartment rental.
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  • Plastic seating all cracked and broken, rubbish scattered about. Think they do water sports on lagoon but dry! How is this place ever going to attract people who want to jet ski etc., it really does n...  more »
  • I really don't know what happened here, maybe the long time without rain, but literally you have nothing to see or do in this place. Maybe at another year season...  more »
  • A week day early August seems not to be the right day to go to the Banana lake unless you're looking for a quiet and lonely place. As a consequence we had to find someone to order drinks and when leav...  more »