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El Limon

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We booked a half day trip to El Limon, which included a taxi there and back, horseback ride to the waterfall, guides and lunch. Really enjoyed it. Scenery is beautiful, the waterfall majestic and the guides took great care of us. The horse-ride is quite...More

Thank BucksToon
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We booked a trip to El Limon and Barcardi Island for $120 each, the lady we were staying with sorted out the excursion it included pick up and drop off and lunch which was very good quality compared to the other excursions we did. We...More

1  Thank Milka F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Wear tennis shoes. Pack water shoes in a backpack. Wear your bathing suit there, although there is a small changing room at the top. Warning! There may be 20 different trails to the falls, each with a different parking area and guide. Find the right...More

Thank Deborah S
Reviewed 16 June 2017

I'd read mixed reviews about this attraction, mostly about the trek to get there. Like most great things, there is a great reward at the end. When you arrive, there are lots of people and horses ready to go. I chose to hike and it...More

Thank Lando G
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

We drove to El Limon and went to a local restaurant that also runs excursions to the waterfalls. The guy was really friendly and it was $20 each or we could have paid a bit more and also had a meal but we had just...More

Thank BigTribe
Reviewed 2 April 2017

I had seen the photos of this gorgeous natural wonder and wanted to see it for myself. I knew it would be a bit of a journey but I was up for it. I don't ride horses but felt very comfortable with my horse and...More

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Reviewed 26 March 2017

This spectacular waterfall is a “must” destination if you are in this area. I discovered it when I did a survey of geocaches in Samana. Since I was within 15 kilometres by crow, it was on my list of places to visit. There are many...More

Thank ranger170
Reviewed 23 March 2017

My friends all LOVED this trip to the waterfalls. They gushed about the fantastic ride in and the wonderful falls. I couldn't wait to go. I must be getting old. Or jaded. Or something. I really REALLY didn't enjoy this excursion much. In a nutshell...More

1  Thank Jen78703
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

We did an all day excursion from Punta Cana. On our way to Semana, we saw humpback whales...beautiful. The we went to the small island of Levantado to swim, again beautiful. Finally, we went to Limon Waterfall. Upon arrival, you are able to rent rain...More

1  Thank Maxcie S
Reviewed 15 March 2017 via mobile

When we went here we drove to by car thinking we could walk in. Might be possible but very rough had to hire horseback and guides to go up and down mountain certainly an adventure. Helpers complained that 20 dollar each was not enough. Begged...More

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11 October 2015|
Response from Simone H |
yes, we (two Girls from Switzerland) were there on Thursday. We walked the whole way. Wear shoes, they could be wet (I wear Sneakers) b'cause you cross the river 4 times. Entrance fee is 50 Peso p.P. We rent a mofa and... More
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