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Thread: El Quemaito vs. Pontevedra near Barahona!!!!

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    TOTALLY recommend Quemaito!!!!! Forget the others.. Playa Azul would be the second choice.. I live in Barahona, and I would have to say El Quemaito is the best.

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    Default interested in Cienaga

    Hi MAriposazul


    would you consider experiencing something different this time? in La Cienaga the women cooperative rents rooms within family houses (refurbished with micro credits and accommodated for tourits). more "roots", no A/C, but much cheaper and social benefits for the communityt 100% of the income goes to the women coop . they also have full packages and other attractions see www.guanavaneturas.com. If not have look at their handcrafts and specility etcnic food when you are around (try pavellon de rey al coco)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mariposazul View Post
    Quemaito is full.

    Pontevedra is $1600 pp--for dinner and breakfast included
    Playa Azul----$1200 pp--for only breakfast

    Looking for best accomidation--clean w/ AC...pool, food, beach....

    HELP ME CHOOSE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yacine View Post
    Hi MAriposazul


    would you consider experiencing something different this time? in La Cienaga the women cooperative rents rooms within family houses (refurbished with micro credits and accommodated for tourits). more "roots", no A/C, but much cheaper and social benefits for the communityt 100% of the income goes to the women coop . they also have full packages and other attractions see www.guanavaneturas.com. If not have look at their handcrafts and specility etcnic food when you are around (try pavellon de rey al coco)
    You probably meant GuanAventuras

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    now Hotel El Quemaito a nice facebook page https://www.facebook.com/HotelElQuemaito and they renovated the rooms



    very luxury rooms and still cheaper than others in the area

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariposazul View Post
    How about Casa Blanca?
    Casa Bonita you mean?

    That's a little upscale, if you have the money then I would highly recommend it

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    Hi Jenny, old post I know, is El Quemaito still the best affordable option in Barahona?

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