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submitted on August 3, 2016 9:12 AM EDT
Nombre Completo: telma rios
Email: triosh2007@gmail.com
Comentarios: Estuve en Puerto Plata en Junio 2016...el 7 de Agosto vuelvo ...me encanta este pais su gente es muy amistosa, etc. espero esta vez si visito alguna feria artesanal los precios no los suban tanto...piesan que somos adinerado ,...NO ...que espantan...es mi opinión tercera vez que voy,lo unico malo es eso . saludos.
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submitted on August 3, 2016 9:11 AM EDT
Nombre Completo: telma rios
Email: triosh2007@gmail.com
Comentarios: Estuve en Puerto Plata en Junio 2016...el 7 de Agosto vuelvo ...me encanta este pais su gente es muy amistosa, etc. espero esta vez si visito alguna feria artesanal los precios no los suban tanto...piesan que somos adinerado ,...NO ...que espantan...es mi opinión tercera vez que voy,lo unico malo es eso . saludos.
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submitted on June 6, 2016 3:55 PM EDT
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Email: irmabaez10@gmail.com
Comentarios: Mañana voy para iberostar costa dorada en puerto plata que tal.
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submitted on August 18, 2015 1:23 PM EDT
Nombre Completo: Rossana incio
Email: rossana_incio@hotmail.com
Comentarios: La pagina es de mucha ayuda para el turista para orientarnos acerca de los lugares mas representativos de esta bella ciudad.
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submitted on February 21, 2009 6:55 PM EST
Nombre Completo: James Robinson
Email: jrobison4567@aol.com
Comentarios: Excelente fuente de información online. Voy a estar visitando Puerto Plata en dos semanas.
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submitted on February 21, 2009 12:39 PM EST
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Comments: Querida Esther, gracias por tu mensaje! Para nosotros es un placer el poder ayudarle con su grupo de adolescentes! nos comunicaremos con usted en breve.
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submitted on February 20, 2009 10:53 PM EST
Name: Esther
Email Address: esthercdegonzalez@gmail.com
Comments: Me encanta la página,felicitaciones. Queremos unas propuestas para un tour para adolescentes que se gradúan de bachilleres. Agradecemos la ayuda lo más rápido posible. Gracias
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submitted on November 9, 2008 8:10 PM EST
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Comments: Querido Rafael, muchas gracias por tus comentarios!!! nos llega de mucho orgullo y satisfacción que te haya gustado nuestro portal. Esperamos seguir creciendo en contenido para seguir ayudando a todos nuestros visitantes! Gracias de nuevo!
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submitted on November 9, 2008 2:39 PM EST
Name: Rafael Gonzalez
Email Address: rafaelgonzalezp@gmail.com
Comments: Excelente página, con información suficientemente precisa para prever todos los pormenores de una buena estadía en ese lugar tan hermoso de República Dominicana. Los Felicito !
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submitted on October 15, 2008 7:39 PM EDT
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Comments: Hola Luisa, gracias por tu mensaje. Todos los años durante el mes de enero hasta abril, llegan a la bahía de Samana un grupo de inmensas ballenas. La bahía se encuentra a 2 horas y media en carro desde el Aeropuerto Internacional de Puerto Plata, y se puede visitar en un día o acampar por una noche para los más aventureros!
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submitted on October 15, 2008 3:54 PM EDT
Name: Luisa Verde
Email Address: luisaverde67@yahoo.com
Comments: Hola, me pueden informar cual es la temporada en que se pueden ver las ballenas? gracias.
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submitted on October 10, 2008 10:38 PM EDT
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Comments: Hola Tatiana, gracias por tu mensaje! Maxim Bungalows es uno de los hoteles más lujosos del área Norte y de toda la isla. Te comento que recientemente cambiaron de nombre y ahora es The Bungalows - Adults Only, así lo encontrarás en la mayoría de los sitios "online". Para tu referencia, los huéspedes anteriores que se quedaron en este hotel, le dieron una calificación de 5/5 en Orbitz.com. Por favor cuéntanos luego como te fue y qué te pareció? y dile al hotel que fuiste recomendada por www.puertoplata.com :-) Buen viaje!
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submitted on October 10, 2008 10:19 PM EDT
Name: TATIANA
Email Address: tatianacespedes78@yahoo.com
Comments: Voy a viajar en enero y quiero saber q tal es el hotel maxim bungalos?? me lo recomiendan??
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submitted on October 9, 2008 4:16 PM EDT
Name: Gloria Matos
Email Address: gmh@aol.com
Comments: Me encanta Puerto Plata, estuve recientemente vsitando la isla y no me quería ir...
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submitted on October 4, 2008 4:38 PM EDT
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Comments: Dear Mary, Thanks for your message. In terms of traveling in November to Puerto Plata, it is more of a myth. There are brief afternoon rain showers, depending on the year, but hurricane season in the Caribbean's really June - October, with September & October being the worst probability-wise. Futhermore, the reason it's a true myth for Puerto Plata because the mountain range cutting across the middle of the island protects the North Coast! It's Punta Cana that's in the line of fire for hurricanes, not Puerto Plata - regardless of the month you travel. Enjoy your trip, and drop us a line about your experience!
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submitted on October 4, 2008 4:32 PM EDT
Name: Mary White
Email Address: whitemg@yahoo.com
Comments: What a great portal about Puerto Plata! We are planning on comming in November but everyone says that it is hurricane season and very wet...Is that right?
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submitted on October 4, 2008 11:39 AM EDT
Name: Louis Johnson
Email Address: ljohnson@aol.com
Comments: Great site, congrats!
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submitted on October 1, 2008 5:16 PM EDT
Name: doreen
Email Address: doreenj62@sympatico.ca
Comments: might be traviling here
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submitted on September 30, 2008 10:26 AM EDT
Name: juan urena
Email Address: juan.ura@hotmail.com
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submitted on September 30, 2008 12:02 AM EDT
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Comments: John, Thanks for your message, and please let us know how your vacation went. Try www.orbitz.com or www.cheaptickets.com....Fort Lauderdale may offer better pricing, though service now in the spring may be limited or non-existent. American is usually the dominant carrier from Miami; however, we have seen Delta, Spirit, and Jetblue increase service. Consider a scenic drive from Santiago if you feel adventurous. Sometimes you can find better fares by flying into that smaller airport, and then booking a transfer or taxi to Puerto Plata, though it's about 45 minutes away (try Cocotours or Turinter for pre-booked transfers). As long as they take you down the mountains on the tourism road, you will not believe the lush valleys & mountains you will see on your way down to Puerto Plata from Santiago. Enjoy!
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submitted on September 30, 2008 12:02 AM EDT
Name: john
Email Address: john@jtnetwork.com
Comments: We are going june 21-28 from miami, Any tips on getting the best airline ticket price??
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submitted on September 30, 2008 12:01 AM EDT
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Comments: Dear Yoshino, The best place to look for online travel agents in your scenario would probably be www.kayak.com. This site will look at many online sites for the best options; however, in our experience, you may have to fly through Miami, FL from St Martin to your next destination. Consider looking at www.aa.com too, though no online agency or airline can help you with a Cuba booking, since it's illegal in most cases for American citizens to travel to this island. If you are not a U.S. resident, to travel to Cuba, you may still need to go via Jamaica or Cancun - so in case you are going to Cancun, Mexico anyway, you may want to save Cuba for the last part of your itinerary (Cubana has daily flights - or used to). If the Dominican Republic might be in your plan, again, you most likely will need to connect through a city like Miami to reach your destination. Have a great time, and if you do go to the Dominican Republic, please feel free to write us back about your vacation experience. Safe travels.
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submitted on September 30, 2008 12:00 AM EDT
Name: yoshino takashi
Email Address: fooru@hotmail.com
Comments: I am planning to have a two week holiday in St. Martin in this May or June. And after St. Martin I would possibly like to make a short stop in CUBA or DOMINICAN REPUBLIC on the way to Mexico. Now, I am wondering if you could kindly tell me whether there are direct flights from St. Martin to the above mentioned countries. Also it would be greatly appreciated if you show me URLs of recommendable travel agencies, so that I might contact them online for quotes on prices and availability. I will be looking forward to your reply. Thank you
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submitted on September 29, 2008 11:59 PM EDT
Name: Ryan Roman
Email Address: ryan@sunset.webmail.com
Comments: I think this website is great and informative.
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submitted on September 29, 2008 11:57 PM EDT
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Comments: Hi Sandra! We're glad we could help you with useful information about DR and Puerto Plata. Please let us know how your up coming vacation with with your family went!
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submitted on September 29, 2008 11:57 PM EDT
Name: Sandra Wensko Martins
Email Address: swensko@uol.com.br
Comments: I am from Brazil and my family intend to visit your contry next vacation. Then, thank you for your information about Doninican Republic. It was really helpful. Sincerely, Sandra Wensko Martins
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submitted on September 29, 2008 11:56 PM EDT
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Comments: Dear Melissa, We hope you have a great trip! It actually depends on what you and your friends have in mind while on vacation. The Viva Wyndham in Cabarete, just outside of Puerto Plata (20-30 minute drive) is a great all-inclusive with an American brand name. This area is also a great place to walk around with the many little shops, restaurants, and bars. A villa gives you more independence from set all-inclusive restaurant schedules and such, so the Cofresi area just outside of Puerto Plata could also be an option. You can actually rent a villa that includes housekeeping and cooking staff, so your friends can customize what they would like to eat and so on; however, you will need to pay for and supply a list for groceries typically. If you could give us a sense of the experiences you are looking for, we can point you in the right direction. Thanks for your message!
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submitted on September 29, 2008 11:55 PM EDT
Name: Melissa Henry
Email Address: melissahenry04@gmail.com
Comments: I would like to visit Puerto Plata with a group of friends would be interested in renting a Villa or staying at an all inclusive resort. Do you have any recommendations?
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submitted on September 29, 2008 11:54 PM EDT
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Comments: Dear Kendra, Congratulations! It is really amazing to celebrate any anniversary in this tropical paradise. The island and its atmosphere make it an ideal candidate for romance. Don't forget to consider staying somewhere very romantic like "Casa Colonial" or no matter where you are staying consider an evening in Sosua at some ocean-front restaurant. (Ask your concierge about one of our favorites called Pier Giorgio's). Let us know how your vacation went!
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submitted on September 29, 2008 11:53 PM EDT
Name: Kendra Hazelwood
Email Address: kmm012@gmail.com
Comments: We are interested in coming for our 1 year anniversary
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submitted on September 29, 2008 11:51 PM EDT
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Comments: Dear Mel, If budget's not an issue, consider Casa Colonial in the Puerto Plata area. If you really want seclusion, about a 3 hour drive from the airport will bring you to Samana. It has breath-taking natural beauty, and it's still a bit rustic - maybe just what you are looking for...There are some value-type hotels like Gran Bahia in that area of the country too. Another option would be checking out a small hotel in Punta Cana, a tourist destination on the Eastern tip of the island. Check smaller resorts like Sivory, Agua, and the Tortuga Bay. Agua is one of our favorites as a getaway, and it's small enough to afford a lot of secluded privacy. Enjoy, and let us know how your vacation goes.
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submitted on September 29, 2008 11:50 PM EDT
Name: Mel
Email Address: mellyj1983@yahoo.com
Comments: Hi, I'm looking for a relaxing getaway away from noise and distraction. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks
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submitted on September 29, 2008 11:44 PM EDT
Name: PuertoPlata.com Support Team
Email Address: support@puertoplata.com
Web site URL: www.puertoplata.com
Comments: Dear Tracy, Staying in the Puerto Plata and North Coast areas afford many opportunities to get out there with the people & culture. Just a short drive from both downtown and the aiport, consider the following: a. Rent a car and visit Sosua & Cabarete during the day time. These areas are very walkable, and you will be able to chat with local Dominicans at the many cafes & restaurants - as well as tourists alike. We suggest Sosua for early eveings as well as an option. b. Feeling adventurous? Try driving a few hours going East to Samana...this area is very rustic, and has a lot of natural beauty. It's very rustic, and a bit more Spanish & your smile will come in handy. c. Closer to Puerto Plata, you can drive or take a tour up the tourist highway (we stress taking the tourist highway - not the highway highway!) up to Santiago. Be sure to absorb the cigar making experience of the area, and stop by to buy some fruit or knick-knacks in the many small village areas...People are friendly, and a smile paves the way in case your Spanish is not too strong! d. Tour the amber museum, Fort San Felipe, & the malecon downtown Puerto Plata area by day, and check out the town square & Victorian style houses. Ask your hotel concierge the best restaurant options for the time of day or night you wish to go...as times vary. Have a great time, and let us know if you would like additional ideas.
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submitted on September 29, 2008 11:43 PM EDT
Name: Tracy
Email Address: tfoote@personainternet.com
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Comments: Good Morning, I have the fortunate opportunity to be visiting Puerto Plata in December with my family. I would like for my family (husband, two children ages 10 and 6) to really get to know the culture. What things would recommend doing. We will be there for 2 weeks beginning on Dec. 10/08. Thank you for your time.
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