Rafiki Safari Lodge Ph (506) 8384-0271 Lodge. Ph (506) 2236-6034. www.rafikisafari.com. There are nine modern tents, on wooden platforms. They are protected against mosquitoes. They are appropriate for the warm climate; they are fresh during the day and night, with very comfortable beds. The restaurant is located in an enormous hut, offering a mix of African meals, roasts, Costa Rican meals and International dishes. How to arrive: The turnoff is located on the South Coastal road. From Quepos, continue for a further 30 km towards Dominical; passing by the Río Savegre Bridge, take a left turn. From Dominical, continue for a further 20 km towards Quepos; before crossing the Río Savegre Bridge, take a right turn. Go past El Silencio village and continue towards Santo Domingo; from there, continue for a further 3 kilometers. It is a total journey of 16 kilometers from the Savegre Bridge.
Bumpy Road Café Ph (506) 2777-0478. Reserve in the middle of the Banco Bar. Brian Bolen is from New Jersey. He sold his plumbing business and moved to Costa Rica, looking for health, basing himself in the Manuel Antonio area. He recently decided to open Bumpy Road with his Costa Rican business partner, Enrique León. It is a restaurant that offers hamburgers, barbeque and Thai food.
Top Tours Ph (506) 2777-1489. Ph (506) 2777-2019. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Located next to the Río Savegre Bridge. Attractions: Río Savegre, nearby waterfalls, Rey Beach. Activities: Horse rides to the waterfalls, kayaking and drift-boats, fishing in the Río Savegre. Other services and facilities: The kayaking tour includes a packed lunch. You are picked up from the Savegre river mouth, at the end of the trip. How to arrive: On the South coastal highway. From Quepos, crossing the Río Savegre bridge. From Dominical, before crossing the Río Savegre Bridge.