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Saladero was one of three lodges we visited as part of a three lodge tour. They were all great but Saladero was the best. We boarded their small boat at Puerto Jimenez and skimmed over the gulf. Wow. The jungle landscape on the coast was...More
We enjoyed our stay in Saladero very much. Harvey picked us up by boat and we got company of many Dolphins. We were welcomed very warmly by Harvey and Simone. We loved our stay at this lovely spot. The rooms were clean and cosy. They...More
I had always wanted to visit the Osa Peninsula, but a trusted friend suggested Saladero, located on the golfo dulce in Piedras Blancas National Park. He said it would be a better way to see what the area has to offer and seeès much less...More
Staying at Saladero is an unforgettable experience, one that puts you very close to the natural world and allows you to enjoy the animals and plants of a primary rainforest and the sea life in Golfo Dulce. The grounds at the lodge are beautifully kept,...More
Our 3rd visit to Saladero and we have booked for next year. This visit was the best yet - once again staying with our good friends, Susan and Harvey. Saladero is actually in the Piedras Blancas National Park. With the addition this year of Alli...More
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US$ 210 - US$ 214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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..."