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great beach and lots of local food on offer.did this on a 4 day trip from Barbados you can do other way round for around 400 per person hotel and food all in just shop around.this is a lovely area locals nice people and helpful.
the first time that i visit the faro was about 30 years ago, a little bit changed since then. it is located in Chimana II island and is called el faro due to the lighthouse on top of the island. try to avoid weekends an...More
There is a traditional boat service (peñeros) transport from the mainland. If you like snorkeling, it's very nice, but you must take your equipment. There's a restaurant that serves simple and tipical dishes, and more expensiveve than the city. But beware with insecurity and robbery....More
This is an a beautiful place to visit, the downside, is not near mainland and you need a boat to get there, fortunately you can take one "Peñero" at Paseo Colón and it will drop you off and pick you up for a reasonable price....More
Since I was a little girl, I can't even remember, maybe 3-4 years old, I've been visiting Mochima National Park. El Faro is one of my favorite. Back in the 90s I remember it used to be the party stop while at the beach. Last...More
Even though very crowded, and getting to being annoying sometimes, El Faro is a beautiful place, with incredible aquamarine cool water. If you love crowds and party, this is the place for you. Get there around 2 pm, and stay as long as 6am. If,...More