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 CRUISING THE RIO DULCE

"Heading up the first stretch of the Rio Dulce is a magical experience. Suddenly the sea disappears astern and steep cliffs and jungle enfold you. As the river snakes inland, exotic flora - so much green! - lines the shores and vine clad trees angle precariously over the riverbank. Here the river is often in shade, but the sun lights the leafy walls that tower above. La Vaca is a prominent white cliff on the first bend. About 100 meters beyond on the right side is a horizontal tree. Near here, we were told, there is a cave through the mountainside to the jungle. From there you can climb up and look down on the river. "
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 (Submitted by Noel Sun Jun 27, 2004 )

  


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