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Off the Beaten Path near MA

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Off the Beaten Path near MA

We are coming to MA in early December and we like to take drives to places off the tourist track. Sometimes we just get in a car and drive to see something new. I wondering if anyone has any suggestions for that kinda trip. The road to Dominacal seems interesting along the the coast but is that still touristy ( I also like touristy stuff just not on an adventure drive).

Thanks for help in advance


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11. Re: Off the Beaten Path near MA

Hacienda Baru you pay $6 and you get a map an you can do a self guided walk, there is one that takes you to the beach and the turtle hatchery. The primary rainforest is guided only. The guides are wonderfull and very knowledgeble. Here is the info on their self guided: www.haciendabaru.com/self-guided-attractions

If you go I recomend the flight of the toucan, its a guided canopy zip line exploration and nature walk. Its $35 with 3 tours a day 8am, 11am and 2pm Tree climbing is a lot of fun, you get to explore the Rainforest canopy at different levels and look at the ecosystem: www.haciendabaru.com/flight-of-the-toucan

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