This has to be one of the world’s most photographed bathroom views
International Student Volunteers has hosted over 2,000 students in the Dominican Republic and Tubagua has not only been the highest overall, student-rated accommodations for two consecutive years, but also the most reliable and desirable lodging option for our student groups
The ultimate compliment for a lodge owner is having people come back. Like the Riome family, who have made this their winter retreat returning each February since 2008 when we opened our doors
Here are some pictures from back when we were building
Here’s my first attempt at editing with iMovie, came out not bad but the audio ended up over modulated after uploading to YouTube. Enjoy…!
See the Great Room and its stunning ocean view, and the surrounding gardens. Photos: Julius Geier
Project Helping Hands is organizing medical mission trips to the Dominican Republic during February, July and November 2013
Have a look!
Coming from Europe? Check the Air Only rates on these airlines for potentially excellent low fares into Puerto Plata
Tubagua enjoys a half-page sidebar in the Lonely Planet’s October 2011 edition
Prolific Canadian author and poet John Oughton, best known for his award-winning novel “War of the Hearts”, spent a month in Tubagua working on his latest oeuvre. He took some time out to record some reflections of his stay with us…
While living and working for nine months in a mountain village, a teaching background and Spanish fluency will enable the candidate to help 12 to 20 students living in this small community to stay ahead in their studies by managing a supportive homework program that runs parallel to the public education system.
People and towns along the Puerto Plata <> Santiago panoramic highway are working together to build an important addition to the Dominican Republic’s tourism menu
“Quit trying to micro-plan every detail of your trip from your desktop”, says this ecolodge’s owner. “We’ll help you when you get here.”
Travel World News, a travel agent publication, gave us some “great ink” in their Feb ’10 edition. Read what they had to say…
South Coast Plaza, a designer mall in California, last year used Tubagua and the sugarcane plantation town of Montellano as a backdrop for their Spring catalogue.
Last April, a feature film production chose Tubagua to shoot several Caribbean coffee plantation scenes. The crew, from Iceland, stayed at the ecolodge and used the next door neighbors’ home into a movie set.
David Hoffman travels the world to feed his davidsbeenhere.com video web site. For Tubagua, his choice of music and overall enthusiasm make you wonder if there weren’t enough hot babes on the property that day—but the images are good!
Judy Warrington founded Power Trips, a volunteer-run organization devoted to Dominican Republic’s development.