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    Default Salto del Limon Cascade by foot

    My husband and I are planing to be visiting Samana on December 27, 2011. We would like to hike Salto del Limon Cascade by foot. Can anyone suggest a guide or a tour operator we can contact.

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    I highly recommend Dona Negra at Parador #5. She's one of the original guide/horse services.

    Just a word of warning: the hike there can be very, very muddy except in the height of a drought. The first time we went we were told we should go by horseback. I thought we were being scammed but Alida said we should, so we did.

    Half way up we saw groups of Euros with somber "This Is Not Fun" faces hiking down, completely caked with mud below their belts.

    I was glad to be on horseback.

    December is a wet month. Consider yourself warned...

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    i did the walk 6 years ago.yes it was very muddy and wet.great experience for the first time but i would rather take the donkey ride any time after that.my friend picked out oranges,pineapple,and coco manzana from the ground on the hike there.nice restaurant hut on the way to eat.great time if ya like to hike.

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