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I spent two weeks exploring the Osa Peninsula in late February, early March 2017. I was travelling with 5 friends (all women 50+) and we stayed in the Glamping cabins at Saladero for 3 nights. We loved the lodge and our hosts Harvey and Susan....More
Saladero is in a category of its own. Located on the Osa Peninsula, in the South Pacific of Costa Rica, this rainforest style lodge is accessible only by boat. I really loved how remote is was, as we reached this location by sea kayaks. Pristine...More
We spent the month of February in Costa Rica and made sure our last 4 days were spent at Saladero Eco Lodge...saving the best for last! Harvey and Susan along with their staff are truly the most wonderful people who have become life long friends....More
We stayed in the aptly named "Tree House" for six nights at the end of January - early February. It's the most remote room from the lodge proper, but I thought it was well worth the extra steps! I tried to count them (I think...More
Where to start with this place?!
We had such a super time at Saladero first time around that we returned for our final two nights in Costa Rica.
Harvey and Susan are lovely people and what they and their team are doing at Saladero is...More
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US$212 - US$215 (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 tents on platforms are very comfortable. Be prepared to rough it a bit eg walk 30 metres to a bathroom..."