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Tarutao National Park: Camping or cabins
This is essentially a campground, with facilities and services comparable to any in North America or Europe. There are also cabins, which is what I slept in for 800 b. Mine had two units per cabin. There were two beds, maybe a chair and an end table, and an en-suite bathroom with a cold shower and a western toilet. Electricity is available for the fan and the two lightbulbs (one inside and one on the porch) from 18:00 to 24:00.
The tents congregate at the edge of the beach along the tree line. There are public toilets. Sorry, I don't know about public showers (I would guess there are). There is a decent basic restaurant and a store where you can buy water and snacks.
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