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Beautiful individual wooden stilted huts built right on the river bank with unobstructed views of the river and across to the nearby island, a bird sanctuary. Great staff, super helpful. Amazing meals considering the logistical challenges. Great Spot!
It's like living a Swiss Family Robinson Dream. Service was superb (Thank You Edgar) , food was absolutely delicious, and the ambiance is out of this world. A truly tropical experience. You wake up every morning to Howler Monkeys and Birds and fall asleep to...More
How many times do you wake up in the morning with a loud sound of a howler monkey, birds and nature right there at your room (rooms are open). Every morning, I opened my eyes trying to figure out where those sounds were coming from...More
Sabalos lodge has a very good location. If you are scared of bugs and bats, than don't go. But if you are a true traveller than this is a very nice location to visit. You can choose some nice activities in their organisation or you...More
I stayed 2 nights at Sabalos Lodge and loved it! This was a splurge for me but absolutley worth it. You get your own little cabin with bathroom, all clean and with view of the Rio. The staff were incredible (shout out to Rafael, Edgar...More
Response from Kornelia M | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we took the public lancha from San Carlos, but the boat also stopped and picked up travellers near the border to Costa Rica right by the riverbank. There was a big bridge with a road sign to the C.R. border. I don't... More
Hi, we took the public lancha from San Carlos, but the boat also stopped and picked up travellers near the border to Costa Rica right by the riverbank. There was a big bridge with a road sign to the C.R. border. I don't remember the name. It's best to ask the owner Rafael for further details.
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"We had Tarzan with the river view it's beautiful just ask for a river view"