If you have rented or purchased in one of our top listed locations in Dominican Republic (DR), we are here to tell you whats bombing for the next week to enjoy. It all goes on the things you like the most. Wether you have an adventurous spirit and need to take your dose of adrenaline, or you prefer the simple and quite time, we have what you need.
Is situated on the easternmost tip of the Dominican Republic and is known for its 32 kilometers of beaches. However, there are many other fun and interesting activities to add to your vacation checklist. Here is a lowdown of some of the best things to do in this colorful city. I mean Punta Cana is one of those places that have a bit of everything. Whether you prefer relaxation time, like a Spa Day, or just to read a book at the beach, is something you can do on a daily basis here. But if you are more into adrenaline, discovering, sports and nightlife. Punta Cana has it for you. Snorkelling, Horse riding, Saona Island Excursions, Hoyo azul and Ojos indigenas visit. You can simply go surfing or enjoy the waves at Playa Macao. We really encourage you to visit Punta Cana.
Casa de Campo
A tropical playground with world-class toys, Casa de Campo has unsurpassed amenities, a choice of accommodations, a variety of dining options, and an ease of accessibility by air or by sea that creates the perfect vacation spot or families, golfers, couples, friends traveling together, group meetings, incentives, and destination weddings. In addition to its phenomenal golf, Casa de Campo has many exciting sporting options, each featuring an expert staff and the most comprehensive facilities found in the Caribbean. Novices can try new sports, and experts can polish existing skills in tennis, sport shooting, and at its Equestrian Center. Visitors may stay in shape at the Fitness Center, simply relax at the private beach with a host of watersports, or rejuvenate at Cygalle Healing Spa or at the shopping boutiques. Families enjoy the many bonding activities scheduled, as well as the supervised programs for children and teens.
The Amber Coast, named for the rich deposits of lustrous semiprecious amber found throughout the region, runs along the northern Atlantic coast from Cofresi to Nagua and boasts an assortment of seaside towns and resorts. Among this Coast’s top destinations are Puerto Plata, Cabarete, Sea-Horse Ranch, Playa Grande, and Cabrera. If you are an explorer this is the place for you. Within a 45- to 90-minute drive from the international airport in Puerto Plata, communities such as Cabarete, Sea Horse Ranch, and Playa Grande are fast becoming the darlings of the Dominican Republic. To the west, there is a varied mix of intriguing and beach towns, where amber resin and windsurfing are just two of the region’s signature attractions.
Well you decide to stay at the city, which is not less exciting when you have excellent places to visit too. The city’s most important colonial buildings include the Catedral Santa María La Menor, called La Catedral Primada de América, America’s First Cathedral, which states its distinction; the Alcázar de Colón, America’s first castle, once the residence of Viceroy of the Indies Don Diego Colón, a son of Christopher Columbus; the Monasterio de San Francisco, the ruins of the first monastery in America; the Museo de las Casas Reales, the former Palace of the Governor General and the Palace of Royal Audiences; the Parque Colón (Columbus Park), a historic square; the Fortaleza Ozama, the oldest fortress in America; the Pantéon Nacional, a former Jesuit edifice now hosting the remains of various renowned members of the Dominican Order; and the Iglesia del Convento Dominico, the first convent in America.
Other places of interest are Plaza de la Cultura, which houses the city’s most important cultural venues, such as the Teatro Nacional (National Theater) and the Museum of Modern Arts; the Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts), a Neoclassical theater that is the permanent home of the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional (National Symphony Orchestra); the Parque Mirador Sur, a six-square-kilometer park in the southwestern part of the city. Another attraction is the Centro Olímpico Juan Pablo Duarte, a sports complex in the center of Santo Domingo. This complex was used during the 2003 Pan American Games.
Those seeking action can head for the area’s casinos, discos, 18-hole golf course, or participate in the water sports programs offered by the many complexes. The Cueva de las Maravillas (Cave of Miracles) should be included in every visit. Within the cave, a collection of pre-Columbian art is artistically lit against stalagmites, tapestries, and pictographs.
Samaná is the name of both the peninsula and its biggest town, as well as the bay to the south. It’s worth noting that to locals, Samaná denotes only the largest town, Santa Bárbara de Samaná, which makes a great departure point for whale-watching or an excursion to Los Haitises Park across the bay. The other pleasures are solitary—quiet beaches, the massive national park Los Haitises, and water sports and hiking. A relatively new toll road connects Santo Domingo to the peninsula; it’s now less than a two-hour drive. Samaná is a natural treasure. Wild, verdant, with coves, bays, waterfalls, mountains and awe-inspiring views – there is lots to explore. It is known for its wading and body-boarding beaches, nature trekking and whale-watching. It is for independent travelers, and thousands of Europeans have come as tourists and stayed, setting up businesses that give Samana its cosmopolitan vibe. Samaná City is the provincial capital; Las Galeras is the base for visiting the famous Playa Rincón beach; and Las Terrenas is the main tourist center, but still retains an easygoing beach town feel, with some great shops, restaurants and bars.