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"Unforgettable holiday,another world!"
Depart Santiago for Santo Domingo by private private transport. Hotel (L,D)
Depart for Alto de Naranjo. Overnight in mountain refugio in La Platica. (B,L,D)
Trek with guide to Aguada de Joaquin refugio. Overnight stop. (B,L,D)
Climb Pico Turquino, descend to Las Cuevas (6-8 hours). End of trek and transfer to Santiago de Cuba (B,L)
1 night hotel accommodation, half board + 2 nights in basic mountain refuge dormitories. All meals included (picnic lunch). Air-conditioned transport to/from Santiago de Cuba to Santo Domingo (3.5 hours each way), specialist guides, national park entry fee and a bilingual tour leader are included.
International flights (we can look at these for you), tips, insurance, alcoholic or soft drinks, personal items
Prices From $625 / £500 per person
2019 price based on two people.
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We had a brilliant time , we loved it and managed all the mountain climbing! Our group was fantastic and also the guides .
We celebrated our wedding anniversary and both our birthdays - they managed to arrange cakes for our birthdays and we had such great laughs with everybody.
Shirley & Colin Whittaker (UK), Mar 2020
» Salkantay Lodge Trek To Machu Picchu
Highlights - everything really but probably Isabela.
The island was so beautiful, lots of areas to explore on your own - the walk to Muro de las Lagrimas, lagoons, beach, watching the pelicans diving for fish around sunset. Los Tuneles was probably our favourite snorkelling trip. Kicker Rock would be a close second, we have some fantastic footage of hammerheads.
All the breakfasts were fresh and enjoyable as were the lunches provided on the trips - especially the ceviche on Los Tuneles tour. Andrea, our main contact was great always on time, very friendly, lots of useful information. Overall organisation was excellent - no problems.
Thanks again Tom - it was worth the wait!!
Neil and Julie Buckley (U.K.), Jan 2020
» Galapagos Island Hopping
@ecocamp_travel Wow wish we were there!
2nd September, 2020 10:07 am
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