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    Beautiful photos!!

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    Then you get back on the boat and take an hour ride to Cayo Levantado.
    On the way we passed what looked like a restaurant on a beach inside
    of los haitises. There was one big boat anchored there, and some
    smaller ones on shore, and I cannot find the name of the place in
    google. Would really love to go back and just enjoy the day on that
    beach inside of Los Haitises instead of CL. After 4 visits, I've had
    enough cayo levantado for a while. It's nice when the water is clear
    but the past 2 visits the water was murky.


    You are referring to Cuerva de la Arena. I am not sure why they did not stop. It is usually part of the itinerary. It is worth stopping next time. The old agricultural port is also interesting. The posts remain there from the Trujillo era where they had a lot of forced labor and shipped a lot of agricultural products from the region. Now it is just a great place to birdwatch.

    https://www.lonelyplanet.com/dominic...2-1479d2768197

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    I want to Thank all of you for your posts & pictures. Hopefully I will remember this thread next time when I go down. I will have a lot more time on my hands to go on these adventures. I am retiring and I am leaving for Cabarete a few days after Christmas this year, I will be staying at least 90 days possibly more. I know that is a whole different discussion. This is absolutely my favorite thread on here.
    Quote Originally Posted by reilleyp View Post
    Then you get back on the boat and take an hour ride to Cayo Levantado.
    On the way we passed what looked like a restaurant on a beach inside
    of los haitises. There was one big boat anchored there, and some
    smaller ones on shore, and I cannot find the name of the place in
    google. Would really love to go back and just enjoy the day on that
    beach inside of Los Haitises instead of CL. After 4 visits, I've had
    enough cayo levantado for a while. It's nice when the water is clear
    but the past 2 visits the water was murky.


    You are referring to Cuerva de la Arena. I am not sure why they did not stop. It is usually part of the itinerary. It is worth stopping next time. The old agricultural port is also interesting. The posts remain there from the Trujillo era where they had a lot of forced labor and shipped a lot of agricultural products from the region. Now it is just a great place to birdwatch.

    https://www.lonelyplanet.com/dominic...2-1479d2768197
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