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Cabo Cabron es un cabron.

I returned to Cabo Cabron on 3/12/2017 with Alan Gray of Boston, who had been living in Samana for... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2017
stevecT5956KS
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Tucson, Arizona
Cabo Cabron es un cabron!

Cabron in Spanish is a profane word and this hike is a carbon. I have been to Samana a number of... read more

Reviewed 16 January 2017
stevecT5956KS
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Tucson, Arizona
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This uninhabited region on the island's northern coast is one of the most remote spots on the island.
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Reviewed 19 April 2017

I returned to Cabo Cabron on 3/12/2017 with Alan Gray of Boston, who had been living in Samana for three months. We hired a gua gua driver to take us to Playa Rincon. We arrived and began our hike at 8:30 in the morning. The...More

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Reviewed 16 January 2017

Cabron in Spanish is a profane word and this hike is a carbon. I have been to Samana a number of times. In October I went to Playa Rincon to find the trailhead to Cabo Cabron. On 1/1/2017 I retuned with my massage therapist from...More

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Reviewed 3 September 2012

I hiked the Cabo Cabron yesterday. And I survived. What you must know before you go is that this is a national park, and their are a few trails and trailhead crossings, and that it is a very large park with few other people hiking...More

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Reviewed 18 December 2008

Cabo Cabron is one of the most remote and fascinating places I have ever been. To reach it, you must first get to Playa Rincon either by boat from Las Galeras or by car or ATV along a rough road through the town of Los...More

6  Thank hikerdudeMcLaenVA
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