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    John Evans
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    heres a nice easy question - nothing controversial- whats the road like from Puerto Plata through guzmancito to luperon - is it four wheel drive or can you do it in a regular vehical -

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Evans View Post
    heres a nice easy question - nothing controversial- whats the road like from Puerto Plata through guzmancito to luperon - is it four wheel drive or can you do it in a regular vehical -
    I don't rightly know where Guzmancito is, but if you're talking about the dirt road turnoff after Puerto Plata and before Maimon, that would be considered the "shortcut" to Luperon, I would say that you need at least a SUV, as it would be too much for a car.
    I haven't been on that road in a fair time, so my info may not be current, but I can't see that they would have invested in fixing it up to the point that cars could go through.

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    thats a pity I heard that the coastal road has very nice scenery and one or two good beaches....I will try the other road again from imbert....but i must avoid the coffee near la isabella made with condensed milk that i was forced to drink because the cafe owner went on his motorbike specially to get it...am I rambling

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