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      Punta Cana Feb 20, 2015 at 7:36 AM

      What is the best way to stay in communication with my two teens while all staying at Gran Bahia? Is there WiFi throughout the resort? Other ideas?

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    • Bahia Principe Resorts?

      Punta Cana Jan 29, 2015 at 12:37 PM

      We have stayed at Bahia Principe in Mexico and have been happy.
      Wondering how the beach is, crowdwise & chair availability, at the Punta Cana area complex. We are up fairly early and get to the beach around 9ish - will we be able to find lounge chairs?
      Is the food any worse than typical AI food? I am a vegetarian and picky beyond that so I basically eat salad and bread for a week, but want to be sure the rest of our crew is ok with the food.
      Is it worth paying to stay at the Esmeralda for the room service and to be closer to the beach? We don't mind walking, kinda nice to walk off some of the food & alcohol, but if it is crazy far from the Punta Cana part, we may pay. We like room service anyway.
      Any other info would be great - we range in age from 28 - 72 yrs old so quite a mix - but just want to relax and have fun.
      Thanks!

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    • Las Galeras vs Las Terrenas

      by Tyl_nyc Online Now Oct 30, 2013 at 11:07 AM

      Hi. My friend and I are planning a last minute trip to the DR. Neither of us has ever been there. I've traveled extensively in Central America and am not interested in any all-inclusive resort. We are considering the Samana Peninsula because it seems the most natural and relatively speaking, least commercial of the other DR areas.

      So, we've narrowed our research to Las Terrenas and Las Galeras. Although LG appeals to us because it seems the least touristic, I am kind of concerned that aside from the beach and the tours, it will be way too sleepy. On the other hand, Las Terrenas seems to be a little chaotic, but it appears to have some social things to do other than just the beach.

      Since we will be traveling within the next few days... and it will be the beginning of November... would Las Terrenas be more quiet, and Las Galeras completely dead?

      Sorry for the long discourse...

      1 Answer Nov 15, 2013 at 2:22 AM