Writing for “Transitions Abroad”, Caribbean travel writer Lebawit Lily Girma captures what it is we have tried to create at Tubagua, in a way that no other travel writer has. Have a read, then come back and book your holiday! :)
In Dominican Republic the Small House Movement comes to Caribbean real estate
Worth a look: Long time expat Lindsay de Feliz, who has written a popular book about her life in DR, graced Tubagua with a visit and took the time to write us up in her blog. Thanks, Lindsay!
Tubagua Ecolodge has been accepted as a Gold-level GreenLeader into the TripAdvisor GreenLeaders program
Tubagua was one of seven award winners at the 2016 nationally televised presentation
This video, done by Alejandra Gil, will give you a glimpse of the lodge and of a trek to God’s Swimming Pool
You and your yoga mat deserve a little time away from home. Sign up and join this five-day yoga eco-tour led by Karen Shelley. This retreat will give you the freedom to explore, make lifelong connections, escape from your patterns and habits, and experience your practice in new ways.
Tubagua is featured as a Dominican Treasure in this Spanish-language country guide. See great photos, 360-degree images and video – all the images are bilingual!
Tubagua is USA Today’s Glamping Choice
Tubagua is an ideal lodge enabling short travel distances for those who want to combine beach and mountain experiences in their vacation
The Caribbean Journal lists Tubagua among the Caribbean’s 10 Best
The outcome of a lazy afternoon on the lodge verandah, penned by McKenzie Shane, February 2014.
This photo essay depicts life on the “Ruta Panoramica, the scenic mountain pass where Tubagua is situated
Everybody says that the Spaniards killed off the Taino Indians but living up here in the mountains it becomes harder to believe all the time. There are too many words, tools, food and people who look, well, Indian, that all add up to the idea that Taino extinction is a big error in the history […]
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 each June and November
Have a look!
Tubagua enjoys a half-page sidebar in the Lonely Planet’s October 2011 edition