I can't blame the lodge for the excessive heat and humidity. I was soaked through the entire time I was there. But I can't say any of the activities made it worthwhile staying there. The trip to Monkey Island was a 2-3 hour hike around the island where only 20 monkeys live. We saw two of them. The night cayman river boat ride let us see the eyes and snouts of 6-7 caymans--at night, so all you see is their red eyes. That's it. The 6 hour round trip hike to a lake where we started at 5am was terrible. We hike through mud for two hours, paddle around a lake and see some herons and kingfishers and then hike back for 2 hours. In 95 degree heat and 95% humidity. To see 6 birds and some bats that sleep on the outside of trees. The next evening hike allowed us to see some bugs, snails, and spiders. The treetop canopy hike was scary-the wooden steps looked to be in pretty bad shape (yes, I did it and I weigh 200 pounds so they held up, but I really wondered if anyone ever checked them out.) We saw some birds from very far away fly at sun set. So for me, nothing was impressive, nothing was really worth seeing, but some people there liked it a lot more than me. One woman had been to another place some days earlier to see monkeys and saw none, so for her to see two in the wild was good. But for me, I wish I had never gone, because nothing I saw was worthwhile, and the conditions were terrible.
When I traveled there in May, I used DEET and permethin treated clothing and never got any bug bites. Their bed netting also seemed to be in good shape. Location was pretty remote if thats what you want. No other facilities around.