Destinations



Santo Domingo, Boca Chica and Juan Dolio

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Santo Domingo is the first European settlement in the Americas, and as such it is a major cultural Centre with numerous historical places, museums, and enchanting architecture. The colonial city, which features the first cathedral, the first paved road, and the first court in the new world, is an ideal location for unforgettable scenery.

As the major urban region in the country, the city also has a vibrant night life, modern shopping Centres, and a great variety of concerts and shows. In addition, the city is only 30 minutes away from the beaches of Boca Chica, Guayacanes, and Juan Dolio with many resorts and tourist amenities to choose from.

For more information, please visit the official website for Dominican tourism at www.GoDominicanRepublic.com.


Samaná

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Samaná is known for its annual whale watching season. The region features the Land Whale Observatory where visitors have the opportunity to watch thousands of humpback whales that migrate to these waters during winter time to mate and give birth.

The most spectacular waterfall of the island, the Limón Waterfall, is located in middle of the Samaná Peninsula offering an exhilarating experience for those who want to dive in. Other natural wonders in the area includes los Haitises National Park with more than 60 square miles, more than 100 species of birds, and a great variety of exotic plants, and the 6 square miles island of Cayo Levantado featuring relaxing secluded beaches and numerous reefs.

The region is also rich in culture and entertainment, having the town of Las Terrenas as a hub for hotels, gourmet restaurants, sports facilities, beach bar, and more. Samaná is also home to the Taino Park, the largest historical park in the Caribbean, exhibiting the environment and culture of the Taino inhabitants and the clashes that occurred with the Spanish settlers more than 500 years ago.

For more information, please visit the official website for Dominican tourism at www.GoDominicanRepublic.com.


Punta Cana and Bávaro

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The most popular destinations in the Caribbean for its magical turquoise water beaches, world-class golf courses, and spectacular all-inclusive resorts, Punta Cana and Bávaro feature more than 80 hotels across 100 miles of the world’s best beaches.

Visitors may enjoy the largest marina in the Caribbean at the Cap Cana Harbor and Marina, more than 500 species of exotic plants at the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park, swimming with the dolphins at the Dolphin Island Park, tropical birds and reptiles at the Manatí Park, and much more. Please download the Guide for more information.      

For more information, please visit the official website for Dominican tourism at www.GoDominicanRepublic.com


Puerto Plata, Cabarete and Sosúa

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The northern region embracing Puerto Plata, Cabarete, Sosúa, and Cofresí features more than 50 miles of coastline. With a long history in the tourism business, the region is home to a great variety of resorts and attractions suitable for every budget.

In addition to pristine beaches and exciting ecotourism, tourists may also enjoy the Ocean World Marine Park, the ancient Fort San Felipe, the Brugal Rum Factory, the amazing 27 Damajagua Falls, the Cable Car Ride to see the breathtaking scenery of Mount Isabel de Torres, and much more.

The region is also a major destination for surfers and water sports fans. Every year Cabarete hosts the “Master of the Ocean International Competition” where visitors enjoy five days of extreme water skills performed by international professionals in surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and sup surfing.  

For more information, please visit the official website for Dominican tourism at www.GoDominicanRepublic.com.


La Romana and Bayahibe

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La Romana has among its attractions the architectural wonder of Altos de Chavón, which is a replica of 16th century European village. The village sits on higher grounds with a breath taking view of the Chavón river, while the magical architecture is a perfect place for wedding photography. At the Centre of the village visitors will find the famous Grecian-style amphitheatre where many international and local artists perform every year. The village is also a cultural Centre for art galleries and craft workshops, and it has an art school with programs in pottery, fashion, design, and other arts.

Tourists may also visit la Cueva de las Maravillas (the Cave of Wonders) with amazing rock formations, pictographs and engravings from the Taino Indians who inhabited the island before the colonization. Similarly, visitors may enjoy exciting excursions to Catalina Island, Saona Island, and the Eastern National Park.     

For more information, please visit the official website for Dominican tourism at www.GoDominicanRepublic.com.





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