We came here as a group of 6, we didn't pre book and made our own way in a taxi. All the staff were so welcoming and couldn't do enough to accommodate us. We were shown around by a volunteer called Lauren, she had only...More
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What an awesome place, I wasn't aware this was all for a local charity as well. Absolutely amazing, would go back everytime I visit the DR.
We all (couple with 2 teenage kids + 2 adult friends) went for the shooting range. We spent a very exciting afternoon there. Paul the instructor was a instand friend. Very professional, very calm, very amigable! We will go again soon. Thank you Paul for...More
funny monkey visit with close contact and nice Zip line: very long and a one zip is a real surprise. Everything is done for a good cause: to finance a clinic for the poorest Dominicans, worth to spend the money. The monkeys also have been...More
I booked this online 2 months prior to our visit. I received an email confirming our booking. The email indicated that we should check with the Excursion people at our hotel for pick up information when we arrived. Good thing! The nice man at the...More
We stayed in Cabarete near the beach and decided to try this place out based on other Tripadvisor reviews. Our roommates decided to drive us there. I have to admit the ride up the mountain to get there is a little scary in a Kia...More
So, my girlfriend and I had never shot a gun, nor held one before (we're teachers from Canada). Paul was amazing; he was friendly, took nothing for granted, was passionate about safety and enjoyment, and made us feel like we were with an old friend....More
We visited on April 22 and wow what an experience!! Our group didn't zip line but wandered around the area and what a beautiful view! The staff are so nice and knowledgeable we felt right at home!! Chuck and Cindy were very welcoming and I...More
We didn't know quite what to expect when we were on the road to Monkey Jungle. Be patient...it is quite a way up a road and part of it is "dirt" or maybe clay (?) It's red. Anyway, every once in awhile, when we thought...More