I came here with my husband and two little girls. We were blown away right away! This place is so unique, cozy, fun and super comfortable! It has e...
I came here with my husband and two little girls. We were blown away right away! This place is so unique, c...
Luxury Safari Tent with a Hot Tub for a Glamping Getaway near Fallbrook and San Diego, CaliforniaRainbow, California (United States)
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This luxury safari tent is ideal for an unforgettable glamping getaway in North San Diego County, California. This unique retreat can accommodate up to six guests, making it perfect for a one-of-a-kind group or family vacation. Inside, visitors will find one queen-size canopy bed, as well as two full-size pull-out couches. Guests will also have a private locking bathroom located just outside the tent, which comes with elegant and colorful mosaic work, a toilet, a sink, and a shower. Linens and towels are provided by the hosts.
The living space in the tent is also beautifully decorated and boasts comfy seating and a flat-screen TV which makes the area ideal for some relaxation after a day of adventure. The vintage outdoor kitchen boasts its own charm and comes with a stove, a griddle, an oven, a blender, a juicer, a waffle iron, a coffeemaker, a popcorn maker, and more. Guests will have no problem cooking up some tasty treats while surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature. The hosts even kindly stock the covered outdoor kitchen with farm eggs and other necessities. Other handy amenities include Wi-Fi, free parking, a delicious breakfast each day, and smart locks for both the tent and the bathroom.
Visitors are sure to want to spend some time in the soothing waters of the private hot tub, which can be found immediately adjacent to the front deck. Guests at this fabulous site are also highly encouraged to interact with both the farm and the hosts during their stay, and the free goat interactions, private cheese-making classes, jam-making classes, and ice cream activities are sure to create fun and long-lasting memories for the whole group. Read More
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Running water
- Queen-size bed
- Double bed
- Outdoor furniture
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Breakfast bar
- Movie library
- Dining table
- Tea kettle
- BR/DVD player
- Kitchen equipment
Glampers can relax and unwind in the hot tub available for them, as well as plenty of facilities and attractions around the area and the farm itself, where guests can explore the country life.
The host generously stocks the accommodation with breakfast items, including the farm's own chickens' eggs.
There is always someone available on the farm. Guests will be given the 'Guest Services' phone number upon confirmation of booking.
Location + Surroundings
Tucked in the hills of San Diego, this organic, subtropical farm is a great, centrally located getaway destination. Little known—even to San Diegans—Rainbow, California, is adjacent to Fallbrook and is right off the I-15 freeway, yet the farm seems like it’s miles away from the city. It's just roughly 40 minutes to Oceanside’s beautiful beaches, Carlsbad’s flower fields, and Legoland, and an exit south of Temecula’s wine country tours, right in between San Diego and Los Angeles' renowned attractions. Additionally, the property is 25 minutes or so from Cal State San Marcos University, 35 minutes or so from San Diego Wild Animal Park in Escondido, and a little over an hour to Seaworld and the world famous San Diego Balboa Park. Read More
- Bird watching
- Wine tasting
- Feeding animals
Guests can come to relax, soak in a private hot tub, and enjoy the night sky, or even to learn a few things! The farm offers cheesemaking and butter classes, jam and canning classes, and for guests of all ages; the popular hand-churned ice cream activity.
Bird watching, interacting with the friendly miniature Nigerian goats, and the treat-loving alpacas Dusty and Silverado, are just some of the many activities available for visitors during their stay at this glamping site. All the hooved livestock appreciate a granola bar or other crunchy treat; especially Carl the criminal. The gentle miniature Nigerian goats will eat almost anything and Carl the criminal has sworn off stealing from guests but does appreciate Saltine crackers, which is his current favorite nibble.
Guests can bring bicycles and enjoy the many miles of dirt roads. Also, they can walk the farm’s main road, which winds through fruiting groves including macadamia, avocado, mulberry, limes, and kumquats. Many guests come for such a short visit they just want to soak up the quiet beauty of this magical spot.
The local farmers’ market is on Saturday and is 15 minutes away in Old Town Temecula, which is a destination in itself. The surrounding area has a number of vineyards eager to showcase their wines. Hot air ballooning is also a local wine country favorite.
The hosts send a comprehensive food shopping map, as well as their signature activity guides with every booking confirmation. There is so much to do in and around the area for a fun and exciting, yet relaxing getaway.
- Check-in: 03:00 p.m.
- Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No Pets allowed
- No parties
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Although the safari tent is not air conditioned the same as the insulated, stick-built properties, the property has a whole-house evaporator cooler that keeps the tent and bathroom much cooler than just fans. A system like this does not cool down like a mini split system would (like in any of the other stick-built properties), but it makes the tent pleasant on most of the hottest days.
Check-in is any time after 3:00 p.m., and check-out is at 11 a.m. Hosted check in ends at 7:00, after which guests follow our directions and check themselves in.
Animals are not permitted as we have free-range livestock, and smoking is only allowed in designated outdoor areas.
Guests are asked to drive very carefully once on the farm to avoid accidentally running over a goat or peacock.
Unregistered guests are not allowed; the property's liability policy only extends to registered guests from the time they check in to the time they check out.
Although there is a small cleaning fee, the kitchen must be left tidy upon check-out. There will be a $50 charge if dirty dishes are left behind. Read more