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

      Our last day of service

      A travel blog entry by smitherland on Jun 27, 2014

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      I'm so tired today that I cAn barely write. After a week filled with back to back work and extra excursions, it all culminated today. Beginning last night we were all admitting to feeling like we missed home, it's comforts, and were weary, uncomfortable, tired, or maybe a bit sick from/ of some aspect of our trip. For me it was a few things. The difficulty in communicating with my family was tough. The inconvenience of the internet and desire to fully experience the trip ...

      Running in the Dominican Republic

      A travel blog entry by mc_junior on May 25, 2014

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      Running on the beach in 30 degrees heat and 90% humidity is hard work!!!

      I ran barefoot once, sprint training in the soft sand...it was a mistake as all of my toes blistered.

      I can only run on the weekend and it is tough running on the sand but I am glad that I can run ...

      A Peek at Puerto Plata

      A travel blog entry by lrhalladay on Mar 30, 2013

      21 photos

      ... along. Literally everything we did we were the only tourists there. It was such a great change from our Paradise Island trip! We first stopped at the Teleferico, which is the only aerial tram in the Caribbean. We rode to the top of Pico Isabel de Torres, where we took in an amazing view of the city. At the top is a botanical garden and a replica of Rio de Janeiro's Christ the Redeemer. Next we went to the Fort of San Felipe, the main colonial monument of ...

      Cherry Popped!

      A travel blog entry by broshers on Jan 14, 2012

      29 photos

      This was both mine and my Husband's first time out of the Country. It was a somewhat spur decision, having found a good deal a month before and deciding to do it. We didn't know what to expect but got lots of advice from others - don't leave the resort, don't eat the ketchup, etc. I was blown away by the beauty of the place as soon as we arrived. The Airport was a little unnerving, being hustled through customs with a lot of ...

      Homesick

      A travel blog entry by tiffanybowman12 on Feb 20, 2011

      Today has been one full of many different emotions and moods. Part of me loves the Dominican Republic so much, but a huge part of me is ready to come home. Last night was by far the best night I've had here. All 13 of us and a few of our Dominican friends went to this bar called Bocanada. We had been there before for Kelsey’s birthday and had a great time, so we all got fancy and went out on the town for the last time as a group. We talked the ...