Natural Village Hotel Bavaro

Address: Carretera El Cortecito, Higuey, 1809, Dominican Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Carretera El Cortecito, Higuey.
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      Travel Blogs from Higuey

      Dinner for two

      A travel blog entry by jwebbis on Mar 09, 2015

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      ... bullfrogs are busy chattering all around you adding to the atmosphere. I would not have thought that the atmosphere could be topped, but the food and service did just that. Several waiters are constantly busy doting on you to make sure that you have everything you require. They are there just when you need them, but are unobtrusive at the same time. The meal certainly rivaled any dining experience I've ever paid for and bested most. I ...

      Cheapie Cheapie

      A travel blog entry by jwebbis on Mar 08, 2015

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      ... they drive their customers away by being so pushy. The thing that I dislike about it the most is that it is very apparent that they are poor and you can almost smell the desperation on them. It seems that they are trying to guilt you into making a purchase. It is definitely something that I don't do well ...

      Higuey And the Costa del Coco

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jan 08, 2015

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      Punta Cana is the easternmost point on Hispaniola and the
      center of the biggest concentration of large resorts. I was surprised to learn
      that Dominican Republic is third in Latin America in terms of foreign tourism
      receipts after Mexico and Brazil. Maybe it’s because I’ve mostly lived in the
      western U.S. where people mostly go to Mexico on their beach vacations, but I
      hadn’t realized how big a tourism industry there is in the D.R. ...

      Punta Cana: Sea Turtles, Sun Tanning and Sickness

      A travel blog entry by younginmotion on Jun 06, 2014

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      I still can't believe that I managed to convince Dave to come to Punta Cana. It's not his type of place, to say the least. Between the beaches, buffets and sunburns, it was quite a culture shock for my boyfriend. He thought that we'd only see poverty, and while there certainly were some sad moments, he seemed shocked that this beautiful country's citizens were happy.

      Like any tropical location, it looked like a paradise. Our beach had a section blocked off for the ...

      Chapter Two - A drive through the D. R.

      A travel blog entry by mmbcross on May 10, 2012

      27 photos

      ... how the other half lives. As we meander down tree shaded streets lined with exotic mansions and elegant high rise apartment buildings, it seems to us that wealthy Dominicans live very well.

      We return back through the colonial sector and over the Ozama River past an unusual monument commemorating the sugar cane industry, looking for the ubiquitous Columbus Lighthouse, known locally as El Faro. It was completed in 1992 on the 500th anniversary of ...