The “Clave Verde” compound, consisting of four rustic villas by the sea; the seven log cabins situated near Rincon Beach in the Bay of Samaná, known as “Ecocampo La Sangría;” and “Rancho Olivier”, made up of ten rooms up in the mountains of Jarabacoa have been honored with the “Dominican Treasures” quality seal.
These particular destinations have been singled out for the excellent work they have carried out in order to provide visitors with the perfect stress-free ecotourism environments.
This new eco-tourism offer, located near the northeast coastal community of Las Terrenas, in Samaná Bay, offers visitors four rustic, but very comfortable solar-heated cabins, with swimming pools.
The developers of “Clave Verde” define it as a place where guests will be able to fully enjoy the stress-free, natural, environment. (www.claveverde.com / www.dominicantreasures.com; 809-872-0001)
The “Clave Verde” compound also features a fitness center and a play area for children and adults.
Each cabin is named after a local tree or plant. The cabins, some with ocean views, offer hot water, a fully-equipped kitchen, and Internet access.
Nearby are the very beautiful Carolima and Portillo beaches.
“Ecocampo La Sangría”
This ecological project, located just ten minutes from the Rincon Beach, in Samaná Bay, features seven log cabins, surrounded by lush gardens, coconut and fruit trees.
The cabins feature double beds, private bathrooms, rain showers, and solar energy. Also available: horseback riding, bicycle and hiking trails. (www.ecocampolasangria.com/ www.dominicantreasures.com ; 809-872-0001)
Situated in the central mountain town of Jarabacoa, “Rancho Olivier” is located less than two hours from Santo Domingo.
This “bed and breakfast” mountain hideaway offers 10 bedrooms, decorated “country style”, and offers private bathrooms, hot water, pool with waterfall, hiking and biking trails, and BBQ facilities. (www.dominicantreasures.com; 809-872-0001)