Tropical Lodge

Address: Ave. Marina, Samaná Peninsula, Dominican Republic | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Ave. Marina, Samaná Peninsula, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Samaná Peninsula

Passage to USVI and BVI

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Jun 16, 2014

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... fuel status without dipping into our 1/4 tank "emergency" reserves. We decided to pull into Cap Cana Resort to fill up. We were hoping to be able to run in and out without the hassle of checking in but the resort would not be able to sell us fuel unless we check in. We had called the marina via VHF and put up our yellow quarantine flag. Cap Cana Resort was quiet but it did not take away from the beauty of the marina. We were met a guide boat ...

Samana, Dominican Republic

A travel blog entry by buddyp on Nov 18, 2013

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... we had our best dinner in the main dining room so far. The service was prompt and the food excellent. We followed this with a fun show featuring Tricia Kelly. She does celebrity singer impersonations while mixing in humor. Here voice is excellent. For our California friends watch for her in your area and catch her if you can. She does a great job!

Tomorrow is a sea day. We have nothing planned as of yet. I may take some ship photos and share them with you tomorrow ...

Coco Loco for Cayo

A travel blog entry by azuremyst1984 on Oct 25, 2013

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... itself, the private island seemed the safer and more satisfying choice for our tastes.

Cayo Levantado is a small little island off the Samana coast which consists of a large luxury resort on one side(which we only saw from a distance) and the main beach on the other. One section of the beach supposedly had several species of marine life(I recall sea lions, and maybe dolphins,) that one could swim with, at a cost. Our basic ...

You know it's winter time in Guazumita when...

A travel blog entry by angela_smith on Dec 29, 2010

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... won 11-9. AFter the game the family that owns the comado next to the field made juice and gave crackers to Zach's team. We set a date for my team to walk to El Cano and play Zach's team December 4th.

MORNING WALK: My team was waiting at my front door to walk to El Cano at 9am Dec. 4th. I was a little more nervous about this game than the previous one. The team had practiced every day for a week and won. This time they went a week with no pracrice. ...

Sit right back and you'll hear a tale

A travel blog entry by projectpaz on Feb 21, 2010

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... whales use the Samana bay as a breeding ground and nursery. Whale watching as a tourist industry began in the 70’s and has been a boom for what was originally a sleepy coastal town. Whale watching tourism is wide and varied, with everything from a short hour and a half tour of the bay, to multi day excursions with “soft encounters” with the whales. We were pressed for time and money so we decided on a short little jaunt out into the bay. We found ...

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