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what a fantastic location, perched on the rio San Juan, you are literally living on top of the river. be prepared, this is rustic not luxury - but if you are into that you would not survive the trip to Sabalos. The lodge has super...More
Staying in Sabalos Lodge was just awesome! The river is right in front of the cabins which ensires a beautiful view. You can book multiple trips or plan one on your own, the people at Sabalos Lodge are very friendly and help you with everyhing...More
Staying in a clean,comfortable cabin on stilts on the river San Juan with literally hundreds of cormorants and giant egrets flying around, as well as humming birds, swallows and many others, was an amazing experience. The staff were so friendly and helpful, especially Ismael ....More
Sabalos is a basic lodge, no frills, but good service, food is tasty and well cooked (albeit limited options) and each cabin is an open air experience with a wonderful view across the San Juan river - watch the egrets circling over the river and...More
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Response from Rafael C, Propietario at Sabalos LodgeResponded 23 January 2018
Thanks for your kind words.
Our team do their best to bring you a lifetime memory.
co-owner and general manager
Stayed in this hotel for 5 nights to get the jungle experience
The location is interesting you need to take the public boat at San Carlos it takes 2 hours they will drop you at sabalos village just ring the lodge and they will pick...More
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Response from Rafael C, Propietario at Sabalos LodgeResponded 20 January 2018
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"