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El Cabito is an eco-friendly business, perched on the cliffs of Cabo Cabron, overlooking the spectacular Rincon Bay. It is a place where nature speaks for itself, and where one can feel a natural radiation of energy. Our vision for El Cabito is to create a place of tranquility and serenity, where people can unwind from a hectic lifestyle and connect with nature. Our strategically located restaurant and accommodations contribute to this unique experience. We have designed a number of flexible accommodation options to meet everyone's budget.
US$15 - US$30
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
Caribbean, Seafood, Mediterranean, Spanish, International
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
The view its very nice speacially if you go for sunset. Food its ok a bit expensive. The staff its a bit strange not really friendly and they have a dog who wanted to attack me and my son I was a bit scared after...More
Staff are not friendly nor are they enthusiastic by any measure and the atmosphere was horrible. We walked in and were not acknowledged or greeted, and eventually someone got off the couch and came over to seat us. Our waitress never smiled or said more...More
The view is absolutely stunning, and may make it worthwhile, especially if whales are present (I'm told in February and March). The food was okay, but expensive.
DEFINITELY NOT CHILD SAFE!! If you have little ones, you need to keep them on a short leash....More
Went there for a sunset drink which was lovely. Getting there is a bit of an adventure but well worth the view. Our mistake was to stay on for dinner ... PROHIBITIVELY EXPENSIVE and bad. A real downer when it had all started so well.
Very interesting place, located on a cliff with an amazing ocean view. It is not brand new, fancy or modern ( the fence seems unstable so don't approach it if you have fear of heights:) but that is its charm and with couple of wooden...More
We wish we had arrived earlier— maybe an hour before sunset for a beer and then skipped dinner. All told we spent about $100 USD on salty paella and soggy fried calamari. View is spectacular. People are friendly. Two dogs, one is a little aggressive...More
Located along a virtual goat path, this place is hard to reach, over-priced by Dominican standards and way past rustic. However, the incredible view from atop a scary cliff overlooking Bahia Rincon, the pounding of the surf, the amazing sunsets, and the excellent cuisine make...More
I decided to go there because of its rating on Trip Advisor, but I had no idea where I was going.
The restaurant is almost unreachable, only a 4x4 can get there, but if you make it you are going to love it!
The road is a dry river bed. The last 1.1 km is impassible by car. You need to hike in. Good for hikers/backpackers. Not so good for couples with 4-6 bags. We made it there but cancelled the reservation since we didn’t know how we...More
Response from Hootchboy | Reviewed this property |
Hi. Las Terrenas is a long drive away, I would say about 1.5 hours drive. You would have to negotiate with a taxi there, but the roads are not good especially the last part to the restaurant. I suggest an SUV. Could get... More
Hi. Las Terrenas is a long drive away, I would say about 1.5 hours drive. You would have to negotiate with a taxi there, but the roads are not good especially the last part to the restaurant. I suggest an SUV. Could get expensive just a wild guess between $100 and $200 round trip.
It is a little expensive. Our dinner cost about $70 for two, including a shared desert, but with sodas, not alcohol. And, as I and many others have noted in the reviews, the food is not great. If you are traveling on a... More
It is a little expensive. Our dinner cost about $70 for two, including a shared desert, but with sodas, not alcohol. And, as I and many others have noted in the reviews, the food is not great. If you are traveling on a shoestring but want to see the stunningly beautiful location of El Cabito, I suggest going for drinks in the late afternoon and watching the sunset. Drinks aren't the cheapest either, but won't set you back like the dinner. The moto-taxis are the cheapest way to get there, if you don't have a vehicle. There are lots of restaurants in and around Las Galeras. "Good" and "Reasonable" are very subjective. If you want good sea food, I think the best food for price is at Playa Rincon. I don't even know the name of the restaurant, it is the only one near the wading pool. Be sure to wander around to the back side of the restaurant and watch the ladies cooking in a very Dominican style!
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