Tubagua Plantation Eco Lodge

Address: Km 19, Hwy 25, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Km 19, Hwy 25, Puerto Plata.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Plata

    Nearing the end

    A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 24, 2015

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    This weekend we decided to take the bus down to Sosua. Even though or bus left late and we only got to spend 3 hours at the beach before catching the bus back, the gorgeous beach was so worth it. I love the blue green of the ocean here. It looks so fresh and clear and it cools you off perfectly. We were even able to see some gorgeous tropical fish swimming about our feet in the deeper water. Our ...

    A Fascinating Look at Dominican Culture

    A travel blog entry by ambrose-icd on May 02, 2015

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    Spent the morning at the Centro Leon Museum in Santiago.

    The three exhibits focused on the anthropological aspects of the Dominican culture, some of the country's art, as well as a photography exhibit by the acclaimed Dominican photographer, Apeco.

    Here are some pictures we ...

    A Peek at Puerto Plata

    A travel blog entry by lrhalladay on Mar 30, 2013

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    ... definitely the way to go. Being that we liked him so much, we asked him to take us to Damajaqua Cascades, the 27 waterfalls, the next day before our flight. And so he did...

    We were the first people to arrive at the waterfalls the next day, which again was entirely amazing because later groups we saw had 15 or so people per guide. So we waded and swam through rock formations, slid down waterfalls, and jumped into refreshing water from 20+ foot high ...

    Happy Valentine's Day <3

    A travel blog entry by tiffanybowman12 on Feb 14, 2011

    ... amazing, but all of them carried a heavy balloon thing, that they went around the crowd hitting people with. I got hit a few times and it honesty felt like a leather ball with bricks inside, some of the girls have some pretty bad bruises. I felt like the whole things would have been a lot more if we didn’t spend half of our time avoiding being hit. Sunday night I was in bed feeling like I had to run a marathon, and the thought of hiking the next day was scaring me to death.
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    Days 40-45: Locked down in Luperon

    A travel blog entry by mbust02 on Jan 07, 2011

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    ... be closed to exiting traffic. Come back tomorrow morning and maybe things'll be different, he told Pete. So we sit and wait...again. The next morning was similar to the day before. Pete heads to shore at sunrise and after a few hours they finally show up and this time luck is in our favor and we're allowed to leave. Horray. We pull out of the harbor towards Samana around 9am just as the coffees done brewing in our French ...