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We spent six days at Rafiki lodge and beach camp. The first four days were at the lodge where we hiked to waterfalls, rode horses and white water rafted. These were all great fun in their own right but made all the more memorable by...More
This place is amazing! An 800+ acre private jungle preserve with 11 tented bungalows, hiking trails, horse back riding, river rafting and more. There's also a beach front annex so you can have both a mountain and beach experience. Thank you Janel Boshoff and all...More
My 12 year old son and I just returned from Rafaki's Super Lekker Safari and will remember it for years. The staff, guides and accomodations exceeded or expectations. The "glamping" tents were more than adequate and the bathrooms were very clean and up to par....More
This is NOT your luxury AC hotel.... rather your luxury raised tents with authentic jungle air, superior bathroom, and nature all around.
Costa Rica has gone out of it's way to preserve the natural environment. Rifiki lodge respects and supports this, This is luxury nature,...More
We cannot rave about this lodge enough. We stayed here for 2 nights and it was an absolutely amazing adventure! The food, the activities, the waterslide, the feeling of being in the middle of the jungle, just wow!
It took us 45 minutes of driving...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