Getting Here and Around
There are no buses between Constanza and Jarabacoa. The only "public" transportation is the beat-up pick-up trucks that hang out by Constanza's central park. They wait for enough passengers to make the hour-run to Jarabacoa, and it can be a very uncomfortable, dusty ride. As a tourist, you may have to pay up to $25 each way. If you want the front seat and a modicum of comfort and a little extra room, pay for two (you will also pay for two people if you have a large suitcase). The driver may not budge if he doesn't have enough passengers to pay for the gas, and he may also try to hit up the tourists for more money.
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