Visit is possible only on boat with 2 small breaks for visit cave. Very nice place trip cost 80$/person out of season
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The nature here is delightful and the mangrove thickets are beautiful. The only thing is; if your going by yourself (not with a tour), be careful. There are so called "Beach boys" all around. There is no official entry to the park, so you will...More
We were traveling with a rented car and we decided not to take a guide and went by oursekf to the nationsl park. The road from Sabana de la Mar wasnt very nice but traveble even though it took little more time then expected. When...More
This is one of the most beautiful naturaal reserves i have ever seen. It contains mangroves , water canals, caves with indian carvings. We took a local tour to arrive at the the reseerve and it was defintely worth the effort.
The boat ride and wildlife viewing was mellow on the way to the caves. I enjoyed the caves very much as they each had different aspects of interest. The boatride returning was wild! They handed us ponchos and some of us got drenched. The guide...More
I'll be honest, wasn't thrilled about this place but wife wanted to go. This ended up being one of the highlights of our trip! Took a nice road trip to get here with lots of nice country side scenery, lush green tropical hills and palm...More
My first trip to Samana was a bit of a disaster. Took a tour that need up on dirty, junk covered, beaches. On this trip, I tried the National Park. Very pleasantly surprised. Beautiful scenery, many birds and interesting terrain. I would call this a...More
The boat ride takes you along the coastline and the scenery was beautiful. The other part of our tour was a stop at the caves. If you can call them that. They don't really go in very far, in fact we weren't given flashlights because...More
The park is accessed by a 20 min boat ride on Samana Bay. The first part of our tour was looking at huge colonies of birds - pelicans, frigate birds, herons and egrets - nesting on little islands jutting out of the bay. Then a...More