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Saladero was a great first stop on our first visit to Costa Rica. Harvey met us at the tiny Puerto Jimenez airport and took us by boat across the Golfo Dulce to Saladero. We spent our days kayaking, snorkeling, hiking on rain forest trails, relaxing,...More
Saladero picked us up in a boat in Puerto Jimenez and we traveled across the golf to the resort tucked into the jungle. There are only a handful of homes in the vicinity and the only way to get in or out is by boat....More
We spent 4 nights in the Bungalow and loved every minute, from the boat ride across the gulf from Puerto Jimenez (the flight down from San Jose is gorgeous) to the final breakfast of Harvey's pancakes. We particularly enjoyed the delicious and inventive cooking, the...More
This is a great place to stay whether you are looking for a place just to get away and relax or you are looking for some adventure. If you want an active agenda, you have some choices. There is kayaking in tandems or singles along...More
My wife and I just returned from the Osa Peninsula on a package we arranged with Harvey and Susan. This was our first time traveling with a pre-paid package, and could not have hoped for a better experience. All of the arrangements and tours worked...More
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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..."