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What a lovely breath of fresh air in how to experience Costa rica. Opposed to the crowded city tourist atmosphere you find places like quepos, saladero ecolodge provides a personal touch, with an out in the wilderness feel. They produce theyre electricity with solar, and...More
A brilliant "hide-away" for those who like to enjoy Costa Rica nature in a relaxed family environment off the beaten track - there are no roads there! You get there by boat or kayaks as we did.
You can borrow fishing gear, simple kayaks and...More
Your visit starts the moment Harvey picks you up from the jetty in Golfito. The 3/4 hour trip to the lodge runs past steep, forest covered hillsides reaching down to the shore with occasional less steep bays containing a few huts or another lodge hiding...More
We spent 4 nights at Saladero Eco Lodge and were so sorry to leave, mainly due to the camaraderie we felt with Harvey and Susan. From start to finish we felt cared for, from the time capable Harvey picked us up to travel by boat...More
Our stay at Saladero lodge with Susan and Harvey was our best experience in our 3 weeks trip to Costa Rica!
The trip started with a 45 min boat ride from Golfito to access the lodge, during which we were lucky to see Dolphins playing...More
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US$96 - US$291 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The rains start coming in May and so many of the tour companies start to shut down..its the beginning of low season... but its beautiful ..its called the green season! it is often sunny in the morning to afternoon and then... More
The rains start coming in May and so many of the tour companies start to shut down..its the beginning of low season... but its beautiful ..its called the green season! it is often sunny in the morning to afternoon and then some showers (some heavier then others!)
then it clears away and the sun shines again. Its not a cold rain, unless your in the Mountains, and then its quite a bit cooler
because of the rains the rivers are running off into the ocean, the visibility is much less snorkeling in may. hope this helps
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"The room above the living area was roomy and perfect in every way"