We’ve been busy at Camp Cabarita designing, renovating and refurnishing our Lodge, Lounge and Bar.
The bar is a focal point of Camp Cabarita lodge and has recently been widened to a better guest experience.
Our guest often request breakfast and be served at the bar and prior to it’s reconstruction it was a little to narrow for the complete comfort it now offers. Whether it’s a traditional Jamaican breakfast and hand made cup of Blue Mountain coffee, a mid day cold pressed juice, or a local rum you’re sure to find the new bar very accommodating.
The built in bamboo and timber furniture was built when Camp Cabarita’s lodge had dirt floors and a tarp roof. Along with many updates and renovations since the beginning years, the old bamboo seating has been torn out and the new lodge furniture and seating plan has been designed and hand-made to create a comfortable dining, lounging, and bar experience.
The new bar stools were designed and made in Orange Hill by a local metal worker artisan. With a unique feature of rasta colors for the seats, the bar has a great vibe and look with these custom stools. These free standing seats are portable and therefore can help the lodge accommodate a variety of uses including yoga, fitness, and other workshops.
Our new viking dining table promotes intimate and family style meals. David Kaiser of Link Builds has designed new furniture and a seating plan for the layout of the lodge which remains integral to the cozy feel true to Camp Cabarita Eco Lodge’s roots but also make the dining area more communal and functional. The table comfortable seats 12 people.
The lounge at Camp Cabarita lounge recently also recently received an upgrade. Built in seating was removed to make way for 3 hammocks and several adoroindak style chairs. The Eno and mesh hammocks built for 2 and a great way to beat the heat of the day or chill listening to the sounds of the forest in the evening. The parchacute nylon fabric is breathable and comfortable