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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC TRAVEL GUIDE
     
Santo Domingo Malecon
Santo Domingo air view
Santo Domingo Colonial Zone
 
Samana bay
Portillo beach Las Terrenas
San Rafael beach Barahona
 
         
From the urban streets of the modern Santo Domingo to charming streets of the Colonial Zone, from the astonishing beaches of Las Terrenas in the Samana peninsula up to the rural villages around Barahona, few miles far from the borderline with Haiti.
 

 

 
 

 
 

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Dominican Republic (48.422 kmq), with Capital City Santo Domingo, extends on two-thirds of Hispaniola island, and borders Haiti, in the west. It's one of the most fascinating exotic destination in the world for beauty and varied nature of the landscapes, the history and above all, the completeness of the services.

Golden beaches and clear sea, barrier reef, palm groves, lagoons, lakes and rivers, jungles with fruit trees and mountains, waiting for you. But are great sense of freedom, cheerful character of the people, perfect weather all year round, that captivate.

You will find luxury and inexpensive hotels, holiday villages, prestigious golf courses, exclusive and informal restaurants, night clubs, discos and casino. And then Santo Domingo, with two different towns: new city, with wide boulevards, traffic-congested major roads, villas and skyscrapers, luxury stores, and the suburbs of favelas around Ozama river; and old colonial city, true museum in the open air, in an atmosphere of ancient times, even more evocative by night, when streetlamps light create a rich ambience of music, mystery and enchantment between Malecon and Spanish walls.

 

 

Santo Domingo

More than two million inhabitants... between past and present.

Boca Chica

The most wide natural swimming pool all over the world, with all services, twenty miles far from Santo Domingo, five miles far from Las Americas international airport.

Guayacanes

A paradise of peace and calm sea.

Juan Dolio

All inclusive hotels for a fabulous holiday.

La Romana

Half-way between Santo Domingo and Bavaro, with international airport, landing for cruisers, commercial centers; two miles far from Casa de Campo.

Casa de Campo

Beautiful villas, big yacht and prestigious golf courses in the most wide touristic complex of Dominican Republic.

Altos de Chavon

The atmosphere of a sixteenth-century Spanish village with an exceptional view on Chavon river.

Bayahibe

A nice fishing village point of embarkation for Saona island and nearby Dominicus hotels.

Saona

Extraordinary beaches and small villages in a old-fashioned scenary.

Catalina

Impressive seabeds.

Boca de Yuma

On the mouth of Yuma river, spectacular scenaries and going back in time.

Higuey

In the Holy Land of the New World a world-famous cathedral, crossroads for Bavaro, Punta Cana, Miches.

Punta Cana

A tropical paradise of white beaches, reef and palms where all inclusive hotels dominate.

Bavaro

Famous beaches and big all inclusive hotels.

Miches

A 8 miles long virgin beach, beautiful but without services.

Samana peninsula

A paradise of clear beaches and crystal sea, where the whales love to mate.

Cayo Levantado

An enchanting island opposite Samana town, in the heart of the bay.

Las Galeras

A paradise of peace and quiet, and solitary beaches: Caribbean fascination.

Rincon Bay

One of the most beautiful beaches of Dominican Republic.

Las Terrenas

Endless golden beaches, blue waters that look fused crystal, French atmosphere of hotels on the sea and restaurants, spectacular jungles of fruit trees, luxuriant hills and falls to climbe up on a mule.

Central Cordillera

Pico Duarte: at the top of the island, 3174 meters on the tope of the most high mountain of Dominican Republic; Constanza: Caribbean Swiss at 1200 meters above sea level; Jarabacoa: pines, rivers and falls in an alpine landscape, ideal for ecotourism.

Safari

In the dominican country, across sugar cane plantations, Bayaguana market, and Sierra de Agua with a dive in Salto Grande Fall.

On the road

From the cultivated fields of rural north to the jungle of fruit trees, as far as Las Terrenas and Las Galeras virgin coasts in the spectacular Samana bay.

     

 

 

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