DogFriendly.com’s Roaming Reporter – Asia/Africa/South America

ASIA/AFRICA/SOUTH AMERICA

You recommend places directly to fellow travelers with dogs.

DogFriendly.com would like to hear from you – and so would your fellow dog owners who love to take their dogs with them. If you know of a pet-friendly restaurant (specify indoor or outdoor seating for people with dogs), Attractions such as pet-friendly boat tour, bus tour, walking tour, museum, park, beaches, shopping centers or stores or any other pet-friendly place please let us know by commenting this entry. Please remember to specify the country and city and as much information as you can to identify the location along with your description. For our Worldwide Travel Guides see our pet-friendly worldwide travel guides. Entries from visitors to dog-friendly places or owners or employees of places may submit recommendations.

* Note: These entries below by viewers and readers to the website are not verified by DogFriendly.com researchers. Only listings in DogFriendly.com’s Travel Guides are checked by reviewers periodically.



5 Responses to “DogFriendly.com’s Roaming Reporter – Asia/Africa/South America”

  1. Pet friendly Hotel Don’t leave your pet behind! we are the perfect hotel for you and your pet
    ($5 ) and the money will be donated to animalsheltercostarica.com in our
    effort to make change.
    The Hotel Villa Creole is an intimate lodge that combines the best of both
    worlds : It’s perfectly situated at the entrance of Jaco close to the beach
    and the excitement of downtown yet far enough from the crowds to offer
    relaxation and quiet during your vacations in Jaco.

  2. Ana Keith says:

    Casa Morazan Hotel located downtown San Jose, Costa Rica in the historic neighborhood accepts pets, deposit is $20.

  3. admin0 says:

    An interesting article in the Bangalore Mirror on Traveling in India with a dog – See Article

  4. Tolles says:

    We really want to relocate to a p[roperty that we own on the island of roatan in Honduras in Central America. However, we refuse to leave our three dogs back in the USA. Does anyone know about traveling to Honduras with pets? Information on the process, quarentine procedures, and rules or regulations would be greatly appreciated.

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