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Tubagua Plantation Eco-Village

At a Glance

    Pros

  • meals lovingly prepared
  • Wi-Fi, hot water, 24-hr power, and housekeeping included
  • small pool, artisan shop, and masseuse onsite

    Cons

  • too rustic for some
  • remote location has limited transportation and nightlife
  • village setting can be a bit noisy at night.</p><p>Km 19, Route 25, Carretera Turística Gregorio Luperon</p><p>Tubagua</p><p>57000</p><p>809 696–6932</p><p>$35 a night IS THIS THE RATE FOR TWO PERSONS, HIGH SEASON, WHICH IS WHAT I NEED.</p><p>5 rooms, 1 shared longhouse</p><p>ecolodgetubagua@gmail.com

Tubagua Plantation Eco-Village Review

The hand-hewn, thatch-roofed wood structures on this mountaintop look over a vast quilt of sugarcane plantations to the ocean beyond. Here it's all about nature and eco-responsible tourism; in a word: spectacular. Puerto Plata's Canadian Consul, Tim Hall, is your helpful host. It's a short 20 minutes by road from Puerto Plata airport, city and beaches. One spacious cottage has private bathroom facilities; seven smaller palapas share bathroom facilities set apart in the gardens. Guests gather over family-style suppers in a spacious social area, and enjoy guided and unguided hiking, birding, waterfall treks, and visits to a coffee plantation and nearby amber mines.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Km 19, Route 25, Carretera Turística Gregorio Luperon, Tubagua, 57000
  • Phone: 809/696–6932
  • Website:
  • Location: Puerto Plata

    Hotel Details

  • 5 rooms, 1 shared longhouse
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • No credit cards.
Updated: 03-12-2014

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