Hotel Cayo Limon

Carretera a La Playa S/N, Samaná Peninsula, Dominican Republic | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Carretera a La Playa S/N, Samaná Peninsula, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Samaná Peninsula

    Samana, Dominican Republic

    A travel blog entry by buddyp on Nov 18, 2013

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    ... we have in the developed nations.

    Our next stop was at the Taino Park. This is a tourist attraction developed by international donors, to help assist the local economy. It is a history of the original people to settle in this area, the Taino. They sailed here in dugout canoes, from Venezuela. They were nuts, but they did it. They were a peaceful people who brought agriculture and developed many communities in this area. The museum depicted their life in ...

    Coco Loco for Cayo

    A travel blog entry by azuremyst1984 on Oct 25, 2013

    40 photos

    Cayo Levantado(ie: Bacardi Island) was a cruise ship stop while in rustic Samana, D.R. I don't know why it's called Bacardi Island, as we had learned just a few days ago while in Puerto Rico, that the Bacardi Rum factory is located in San Juan. While I didn't see any Bacardi rum being sold here firsthand, I did spot a cute little structure invitingly titled 'Rum Shack". So, much like the rest of the Caribbean, alcohol was flowing in one way ...

    Learning the Facts of Life

    A travel blog entry by angela_smith on May 15, 2011

    3 comments

    ... man that lives alone and found him dead on the floor in his house. I stayed from 1-5 with everyone in front of his house. The medics came and his family wanted him examined in his house. They called it a natural death. We took everything out of his house, swept/mopped, a group of 4 bathed him, put clothes on him (he was found naked), brought 2 wooden chairs/a coffin/candles/plastic chairs, and set the coffin with him inside on the 2 wooden ...

    16 hours of Thanksgiving!

    A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Nov 24, 2010

    7 comments

    ... This was after they had argued about people who couldn't be on the team because they couldn't play well and they wanted to win. I told them if I was goign to be the only girl playing our chances of winning would go down. It didn't matter what I said; they told me I was going to play. Zach and I had learned that when El Cano and Guasumita get together they always fight so were a little worried. I got a captain from my team to go with me to El Cano ...

    Trip to Samaná...and a pig roast!

    A travel blog entry by hmaclean on Nov 24, 2008

    11 photos

    ... potholes! It was single lane the whole way, but it didn't matter because there was hardly any traffic, as it was a toll highway. Return trip the tolls cost about $20...which is 600 some-odd pesos. The drive was absolutely breath-taking! The first highlight was the passage through this sanctuary of palm trees, where they grow the trees and use them for making palm oil. The trees are all perfectly aligned, much like you would see in a vineyard...and ...