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Thread: Santo Domingo Airport to Sosua

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    No Stevie, the buses from the Toll Road station do Not go to Sosua. Cabrera/RSJ is about it. From there it's Carito or Guagua.

    Quote Originally Posted by LTSteve View Post
    You may be talking about the small bus station which is at the entrance to the Santo Domingo/Samana Highway. This is about 15 minutes from the Airport. You would need to take a taxi, which would probably cost about $12-15usd. From there you can probably pick up a Caribe Express to Sosua. You need to CALL the bus company in SD and ask the questions that you have listed above. They should be able to give you all the information.

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    That is correct...RSJ is the end of the line for the 'Express' bus... aka Autopista route

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbird View Post
    drSix, ignore this information as there is NO bus at the Caribe Tours SD satellite bus depot going to Sosua. You will need to come into town to get either Metro or Caribe Tours to Sosua.
    That is why I suggested for this poster to call the bus company and get accurate info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RV429 View Post
    No Stevie, the buses from the Toll Road station do Not go to Sosua. Cabrera/RSJ is about it. From there it's Carito or Guagua.
    Experts use that bus station to go north coast with stop in Nagua, there is another one close that takes you to Nagua and from there to Puerto Plata.

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    North to Nagua

    Nagua to RSJ

    RSJ to Pto Plata

    3 guaguas...........

    Unless you are lucky enough to meet the Samana-POP bus en route

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTSteve View Post
    That is why I suggested for this poster to call the bus company and get accurate info.
    easier that that is a quick check/verify info here:

    http://www.caribetours.com.do/

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    North to Nagua

    Nagua to RSJ

    RSJ to Pto Plata

    3 guaguas...........

    Unless you are lucky enough to meet the Samana-POP bus en route
    Make sure you bring your own chicken.

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    as a pasajero.... not for dinner

    hahaha

    Remind me about the time exited by the window.... too crowded to get to the door

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uzin View Post
    Interestingly not much changed since 2015, as far as I know.... !

    We need a clever entrepreneur to come up with a nice clean/AC/modern minibus shuttle service that goes on time and reasonably priced, between SDQ and Punta Cana airports and the north coast - it will make a killing, if the taxi mafia don't kill it first... !?
    I did exactly that, and that is exactly what happened.

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    Uber works flawlessly from SDQ. The pick up zone is upstairs at departures using the entrance door by JetBlue. Depending on traffic the rate to Caribe Tours main station will be around 800 - 1100 pesos. Much easier and cheaper than dealing with the taxi mafi downstairs. My only advice is to have a sweatshirt handy, the busses are ARTIC COLD. There is an article posted on
    www.sosuaone.com about bringing the bus up from SDQ - fairly informative.

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