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My 4 children waited many months to finally come to Costa Rica. We spent 6 days in Dominical, finishing our trip at Rafiki. Best decision ever.
Two of our kids are 5 years old, so I was unsure if this was a good fit. The...More
We visited Rafiki as part of the SuperLekker in August of this year. We used the included transportation from the San Jose airport, which was great. We were so excited to make the turnoff to Rafiki, until we realized that it was still a 45...More
My family of 5 stayed at Rafiki Safari Lodge from late November - early December, 2017, the tail end of the rainy season. Although they sustained damage to the grounds (not the buildings, however), from Hurricane Nate in late September, this beautiful property was open,...More
I can't write enough great things in this review to say how awesome our family's stay was at Rafiki Safari Lodge! There were 9 of us in our family spending 4 days at the main Lodge and 3 days at their Beach Camp and every...More
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Response from RafikiJJ, General Manager at Rafiki Safari LodgeResponded 30 November 2017
Thank you so much for the wonderful review. So glad to hear your family enjoyed your week long vacation! We know you have a choice of where to stay and do our best to fulfill your tropical holiday expectations. Thanks, again!
All I can say is that every night at home since staying there, I have turned on my rain sounds app at bedtime, closed my eyes and imagined I was still at Rafiki. I wish I was still on the porch, watching the birds and...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."