2006 Airstream Safari 23’ sleeps 4

4.5(11)
TrailerLittleton, CO
Sleeps 423 ftYear 2006
Budget FriendlyGood for couplesGood for Families or Groups

Meet your host, Airstream Safari

Member since 2019

We are an Airstream only RV rental business in Colorado. We offer beautifully maintained Airstreams that a clean and modern inside and out. We offer the best pricing on Airstream rentals in Colorado and we will not be beat on price. We never charge for miles you use the RV only day it is rented.


TrailerRental #157677

Maybe you have always imagined owning an Airstream or maybe you just want to experience life on the road. Here is your chance to make every moment count. Wake up and start your adventure, whether you are on the side of a mountain or relaxing by a campfire, every convienence will be in reach. Book your adventure today.
This is a 75th anniversary edition of the Safari.
Twin bed in the back and a twin up front that converts to a dinette. This rig fits 4 comfortably. Dinette, fridge, microwave, stove and sink. Full bath with toilet and stand up shower and vanity. Great pull out awning and an out door shower.
You can pick it up in either Denver or Colorado Springs, or we will deliver and pick up from your campsite for an extra charge.
Ask us about our fully stocked options, from linens and kitchenware to fast and delicious prepped meal options. We can do as little or as much as you want. Book your all inclusive adventure today!

  • Sleeps: 4 guests


Owner rules

  • Pet friendly
  • No music festivals
  • Tailgating not allowed
  • No smoking

Rates

  • Daily$149.00 /night
  • Weekly$149.00 /night0% discount
  • Monthly$149.00 /night0% discount
Minimum stay
2 nights
Refundable security deposit
$1,000.00
24/7 unlimited roadside assistance
Learn more about Roadside Assistance

Policies

Cancellation policy strict
  • Free cancellation for 48 hours after booking, as long as you cancel more than 14 days before departure.
  • If canceled more than 14 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 50% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded
  • If canceled within 14 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 0% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded

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Enhance your trip

  • linens, pillows, blankets and towels.

  • REI Navarro road bikes. great for getting around town or campsites. super easy to ride and fun.

  • $5 per mile for delivery.


Availability

This rental has a 2 night minimum.
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2006 Airstream Safari 23’ sleeps 4

Reviews

(4.5)
See all 11 reviews

About this RV

Cleanliness

4.5

Maintenance

4.4

Value

4.5

Listing Accuracy

4.6

About the host

Communication

4.7
More about Airstream Safari

David M.

5June 2021

We had a wonderful time and Dustin was great to work with. He was super responsive and was a proud owner and great guide to all things Airstream!

2 Photos submitted by David M.

Zachary N.

0May 2021

Dustin Ledo canceled the booking 1 day before departure. This is an automated posting.

Dustin’s answer

I needed to swap trailers with Zachary as he instant booked on of my RVs, that I had already rented, before I had a chance to update the availability on outdoorsy. I sent him a proposal for another trailer but had to cancel this booking so he could book the other trailer.

Matthew L.

5March 2021

Dustin was truly a pleasure to meet and someone to trust when renting his
airstreams. When we first set off on our journey, we stayed the night in
Colorado Springs and had some difficulties getting the generator started.
Dustin was quick to show up the next morning and get everything situated
with the generator without even asking him to come. He also was available
to troubleshoot any issues we had while traveling through the cold weather.
I was especially grateful for his help as this was my first time trailering
an airstream or any type of travel trailer. Throughout the whole process he
was flexible and easy to talk to, and I hope we can stay in contact in the
future for future inquiries! Dustin went above and beyond to keep a line of
communication open with some and made the nerves I had going into the trip
dissipate immediately. The initial walkthrough was in depth and covered all
the questions I had going in. I really fell in love with his airstream as
soon as I saw it on outdoorsy and knew this had to be the one. Hoping to
rent from Dustin in the future! Can’t say it enough but what a pleasure our
trip was!

1 Photo submitted by Matthew L.

Angela S.

1January 2021

Our experience was far from good. After picking up the RV and receiving a rudimentary walkthrough and being told by the owner Dustin that the propane tanks were empty and he’d reimburse us for the cost once we provided a receipt he then hooked up the trailer to our truck and bid us a good trip.

Dustin’s answer

Angela and Matthew we're very much in a hurry to pick up the trailer and get on the road. I tried to slow things down and walk them through the trailer but they assured me that they had experience with trailers and that they just wanted the highlights of my Airstream. I normally take an hour and a half to two hours to walk a customer through the features of the trailer. Upon hookup I was standing on the passenger side of the vehicle and the plugin was on the drivers side bumper. Matthew plugged the trailer in and I may have reached over and pushed the plug in to make sure it was tight however I did not nor do I ever plug in a customers vehicle to the trailer, I want them to feel how it goes into the receptacle. Also Angela informed me that they did take the RV home to set it up before heading out to westcliff the next day. I can only assume that the increased load in the trailer and in their vehicle caused the rearend to sink and the cord may have needed to be adjusted before driving so as not to drag. Also I did ask them if they could just tape it up, but once they sent me the pictures I said tape would not do it. They decided, unbeknownst to me, to purchase a cord and cut the end of mine off and splice in a new one. Unfortunatley the plug was not wired properly and I had to have my mechanic replace the entire wire from the inside of the rv through the frame and out the front. Also the wiring job blew several fuses inside and out side of the RV and my car. The running lights all over the trailer would flash when you hit the turn signal, hahaha.
It is unfortunate that the handle on the trailer broke while they were using it. I never had any issue with the handle prior to their breaking it. I tried several times to communicate with them to get it fixed. They were having connection issues and made getting a hold of them very difficult. I offered to bring them a new trailer, I offered for them to bring the trailer to a dealer to have it fixed. I went out the first chance I had and purchased a new handle, and was prepared to take the several hour drive to fix the handle on site as Outdoorsy could not find a RV mechanic to fix the handle. At this point Angela stopped communicating with me so I assumed that they were fine with the situation as it was. As for the propane I did offer to go with them to fill the tanks as this was a fast turn around and I did not have time to go get them filled. I think because they were in a hurry and not using the trailer that night that they opted to fill the tanks themselves. As for the refund for the inconvienence I did not balk I said lets wait and see how much the plug and door handle would cost to have fixed before determining the refund. I am sorry roadside assistance was not able to respond however this is an issue with a service I do not provide but was willing to do something about if they communicated with me so I could help. As for dropping the trailer off at my place I was on my way to meet them however they let me know that they had to go back for the key to unlock the hitch I borrowed them. they dropped the trailer and left. They returned later with the key and the hitch but did not inform me that they were at the house when they got ther. They just left the key in the mail box and left. I have never had my RV returned so dirty as it was when Angela returned it. I was so shocked I took pics and uploaded them. Lastly I discovered after I already submitted a claim with outdoorsy that the steps were bent and I had to replace them out of pocket. I did not seek to refund any of the clients money as the expenses to repair the damage they caused far exceeded the $1000 damage deposit. The mobile mechanic service fee was $250 just to show up because I could not tow it in the condition they left it in. I payed another $300 for a new plug and labor to fix the the lights and fuses as a result of their repair job. I had to pay $150 for the door handle repair and $500 for the broken steps. Also I had $100 just to clean the RV after they returned it in filthy condition. I had spent 5 hours just getting things fixed that they damaged.

20 Photos submitted by Angela S.

Bea L.

5October 2020

We rented the airstream to attend a hunt test in Lindon, CO. Therr were no hookups and one night was below freezing. We stayed cozy and warm the entire weekend. Dustin was kind enough to bring the airstream to Colorado Springs for us. There were a couple of minor hiccups but Dustin was super responsive and helpful. We had a great time on our trip and would definitely rent from Dustin again.

4 Photos submitted by Bea L.

Staci O.

5September 2020

We had an amazing time in the Airstream! You'll found that you don’t need to bring anything to have comfortable stay.

1 Photo submitted by Staci O.




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