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After a challenging trip by van and truck we arrived at the beautiful and peaceful lodge. We were greeted by the very friendly staff and invited up to the veranda for cool drinks and some shade.
Once the group was assembled we were transported to...More
This was our first trip to Costa Rica, and we chose to stay at Rafiki because our well-traveled friend recommended this place as her favorite place in the world. We stayed at Rafiki for the first 3 nights, and we loved it so much that...More
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Response from Lokshire, Owner at Rafiki Safari LodgeResponded 29 September 2017
Thank you very much for taking the time to write such a complete review. We are elated that you had a good time!
We really enjoyed the Rafiki Lodge. Your home is in a luxurious tent with a large bath room and shower. However, you are in the tropics without air conditioning. Expect hot and very humid weather. The lodge is in the middle of nowhere. Even getting...More
I can't imagine any place doing a better job providing simple, elegant lodging, dining and a long list of jungle adventures in the beautiful Costa Rican rainforest. So much to see and do. We will definitely be back year after year. Thank you Rafiki!
Waouh !! This place is a true experience ! Starting by the road to go..
We lived for a few days in the middle of nowhere... Close to the river, in front of the jungle...
All of the staff is so nice and helpful.. Rafiki...More
Response from Lokshire | Property representative |
The Savegre Valley brings cool breezes from over 12,000 feet down to the camp, so it is quite pleasant at night. Rafiki is not really all that buggy. You will find the beaches in the country to have more bugs. We... More
The Savegre Valley brings cool breezes from over 12,000 feet down to the camp, so it is quite pleasant at night. Rafiki is not really all that buggy. You will find the beaches in the country to have more bugs. We (unfortunetaly in my opinion) have improved the internet at the lodge. You don't have to tell your kids, but yes there is good quality wifi. I prefer to see family play cards, engage in conversation with other families, sit in the hot tub and watch the stars, or go down the slide at night (yeooow!).Let me know if you have any other questions! Sincerely, Lautjie
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"The closest tents aren't as private as the more distant ones, but the distance can be a bit of a walk."