Journals Bayahibe

Goodbye Bayahibe - Gone but not Forgotten

Created by Jose Kevo on March 23, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

2 Reviews
3 Stories

Initially, there were recommendations to hurry-up and experience this sleepy fishing village before it joined the 21st century. Now, 5 years later, you're too late!

The Wizard of Caribbean Oz

Created by Jose Kevo on January 26, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
4 Stories

Join me and local sidekicks in a village tropical fantasies are made of. Follow yellow dirt roads, white sandy beaches for experiences you come looking for with authentic island life. Realize when I say, "there's no place like home" in Bayahibe.

LAND & SAND - Day Trips from Bayahibe, DR

Created by Jose Kevo on March 14, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

9 Reviews
1 Story

For independent travelers looking to explore DR's southeastern region, basing your trip from the small coastal village of Bayahibe will be your most convenient and least expensive option. Numerous excursion opportunities are available, whether escorted or done privately, and I'll share an insider's information for maximizing your experiences.

Barefoot in Bayahibe...again!

Created by Jose Kevo on March 7, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

13 Reviews
4 Stories

Guidebooks describe Bayahibe as a must if you're searching for an authentic tropical destination. Welcoming independent travelers, this small fishing village on the southeast Caribbean coast certainly fits the bill, but with encroaching progress and resorts, you better hurry and get here before it joins the 21st century! Journal fully recreated 3/02.

Viva Dominicus

Created by AHarding on January 24, 2006

1 Review

Club Viva Dominicus Palace (#5794). Connected to Club Viva Dominicus, which was pretty rundown. All-inclusive, with sub-par but edible food. Leaving the resort was not an option ... pretty scary surroundings. I didn't feel safe at all outside of the resort. Would I go back? Probably not.

Honeymoon in the Dominican

Created by Grondin on December 16, 2004

1 Review

We exchanged into Viva Wynham Dominicus Palace, with a mandatory all-inclusive resort fee of $330. The resort is terrific. The closest airport is LaRomana. Canadians should check JetsGo, as they have direct flights from Toronto to LaRomana via SunWing.


Created by Lissame on September 29, 2004

2 Reviews

My husband and I went to the all inclusive resort Club Viva Dominicus Palace. It was beautiful and we had an ocean view room. It had 4 formal resturants and three buffets. The food was good and the service was excellent. We did an all day excursion to Saona Island.

Winter Break in the Dominican Republic

Created by PCLEAVER on January 31, 2004

1 Review

Casa del Mar Hotel in Bayahibe is all-inclusive and an affordable four-star beach holiday. Food, staff and entertainment are all good. There's a main buffet, three a la carte restuarants, and a private beach with no beach vendors! You can dive and take boat trips from nearby Bayahibe village. We hope to go again next year!

A Dominican vacation at Club Viva

Created by fordejm on March 8, 2003

1 Review

Club Viva Dominicus Beach Resort: the beach was perfect, the food great, and the room sufficient.

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