Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach Bayahibe
Travel Blogs from Bayahibe
... for lure and where they were catching their fish. He has informed us that when he grows up he wants to be a Captain and owner of a fishing charter company. Proud Mom.
My favorite part of Casa De Campo was touring around in the golf cart and seeing all the houses on the compound. One of the marina residence shared with us that 60% of the houses belonged to government officials. The $290 check in now made a little more sense. We also visited ...
... Nacional. They seemed like
legitimate police, but I still thought, “Oh, no, this is going to cost me
money!” That’s what I always think when I encounter police anywhere. He asked
for the car’s registration and my license. Apparently the registration sticker
on the windshield expired at the end of 2014. “Hey, una problema de Budget
Rent-a-Car” I said, trying to act as stupid and as uncomprehending as possible,
which is not ...
... a bit zombified as I drove but arrived in my destination town, Bayahibe, by about 9:00 A.M. I found a cheap cabin room for the night, grabbed a bite to eat while it was being cleaned, and then settled in for a power nap. I had some wicked dreams so apparently got some sleep over a few hours. I woke up feeling less crabby and more positively about the Dominican Republic than when my head first hit the pillow.
The southern coast of the D.R. east of Santo Domingo has a number of ...
... of the village and a turtle sanctuary. On our way back to Bayahibe unfortunately the weather started to turn a bit but we still stopped off at the natural pool to see some starfish. On the last stretch back to Bayahibe we had another snack of cake, coconut and melon.
The tour was a lot better than I thought it'd be, mainly as we were a small group and we hardly saw any other tours, plus they kept constantly feeding us!
... having lunch! We went to a local place, very cheap homemade Dominican grub - 190 pesos (about £2.50) for beef with beans, sauce and rice and my new favourite juice - mango and orange which is called chinola here. I said goodbye to the Chilean girls and wished them a great holiday, they thanked me for helping them get around etc. Returned absolutely shattered and thoroughly looking forward to a lie-in ...