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As home to the first city founded in the Americas, the Dominican Republic boasts a rich collection of museums, historic sites, traditional food and music.

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Much of the Dominican culture can be experienced this way, but that’s not all this country has to offer. The Dominican Republic also boasts great golf courses, resorts, water activities, beaches, and of course, the favorite national pasttime, baseball. Dominican history is rich and the culture found in their museums, festivals, art, food and music are welcoming. You’re sure to fall in love with this exciting country.

Cap Cana

Located on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic where the dreamy Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic, Cap Cana is the hottest escape-haven where True Beach Lovers can find it all. 
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Things to Do in Cap Cana, Dominican Republic

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    Adventuring On The Island

    Put on your active wear and fill up your water bottle because there is so much to explore in the Dominican Republic. Start with a splash and swim in one the island’s cenotes. Zip line above the canopy or horseback ride under it. Hike, mountain bike or drive a buggy. Boat over to the breathtaking Saona Island for a picnic and snorkeling, or just take a moment to gaze at the turquoise ocean along a cliff. There's so much to do in this beachy haven of the DR. 

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    Docking at Cap Cana's Marina

    Cruise on by this state-of-the-art marina on the swanky Cap Cana shores, where you can take in a world-famous fishing tournament, or even be fancy and rent a yacht. After your fabulous day, you can dine at one of the 12 nosh spots and five bars, one of which is a “Chivas Club.” No matter what you choose, it’ll be smooth sailing.

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    Teeing Off in Golfer's Paradise

    Two words: Punta Espada. This stellar, award-winning Jack Nicklaus Signature course opened in 2006 with 18 holes - a total 7,382 yards. Eight holes play along and over the sea. 15 holes of its 18 have spectacular ocean views. GolfWeek Magazine awarded it #1 Course in the Caribbean and Mexico in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Even better, it was named “Traveler Choice 2013” – the #1 attraction that travelers recommend when visiting the Dominican Republic. It’s tee time, beach lovers.

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    Lounging on Epic Beaches

    Wave after wave of heavenly beaches are yours in this dreamy part of the Dominican. It’s where you’ll find the uber chic Juanillo Beach, the sparkling, glam Caletón Beach, the exclusive Marina Beach and the charming Fisherman’s Beach. If you want to dive into more than tanning and swimming, there’s sailing, scuba diving, angling and a wide variety of non-water sports. There’s also reef-protected aquamarine waters that are perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving.

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    Day trip to Saona Island

    Located just off the southeastern tip of the Dominican Republic, this dreamy island is the perfect day trip to do on your vacation. Seriously, this is one island retreat that is so gorgeous that your soul will sing: crazy white sand, turquoise water and shady palms that all surround a natural swimming pool in the middle of the ocean. Look for the ginormous starfish, you won't miss them! But, for the sake of protecting our oceans and sea life, please don't touch the little guys. 

La Romana

La Romana is a golfer’s paradise. At the center of La Romana tourism is golf at the resort Casa de Campo. 
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Things to Do in La Romana, Dominican Republic

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    Exciting Underwater Surprises

    If you stay at Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach or Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace, you may run into a pleasant surprise snorkeling off the coast. The world’s first underwater shipwreck museum gives you an up-close and personal view of the remains of the early-18th century Guadalupe and Tolosa Spanish galleons. The ships, which originally wrecked off the Samana Bay, have been moved to the Bayahibe beach area to let the public see the wreckage in its original form. The Guadalupe Underwater Archaeological Preserve together with the Captain William Kidd 1699 shipwreck makes this region an exciting place to snorkel and dive.

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    Step Back in Time in Altos de Chavón Village

    One of Casa de Campo's most interesting facilities is the Altos de Chavón Village. It's a living recreation of a 16th century Spanish village and features artisans, performers and more. You'll love strolling through the cobblestone paths and enjoing the vintage-romantic look of the amphitheater and church that make up most of the property. A cool feature of the village is the Altos de Chavón School of Design, an affiliation of the Parson’s School of Design in New York. Make sure to browse the art galleries and little shops and stop in at an eatery for a good meal. Experiencing the village is like a step back in time to a place where peace and beauty are first priority.

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    Wander Through the Cave of Wonders

    Don't miss out on the Cueva de las Maravillas (Cave of Wonders) on your trip to La Romana. It's a path of underground caverns that features original drawings from the native people of the island of Hispaniola before it was settled by Christopher Columbus. Part of the insides have been remodeled to accommodate visitors but much of the original stalagmites and stalactites are still there to give you a true vision of history. The railing guides you along the amazing cave system with award-winning architecture complete with professional lighting and a museum. Stop by the gift shop at the end to commemorate the experience.

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    Golf Course in Caribbean

    La Romana is home to resort Casa de Campo’s famous Teeth of the Dog golf course. Designed by world-renowned designer Pete Dye, the course is the No. 1 golf course in the Caribbean (ranked by Golf Magazine) and gets bonus points for its scenery. The gorgeous greens featured by the towering cliffs jutting into the ocean marked the start to La Romana’s tourism when it they opened in 1971. And since then, La Romana’s been a boom town that people travel to from all over for the best experience in golf.

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    La Tabacalera de Garcia Cigar Factory

    Learn about the cultural history of La Romana with a visit to the world's largest hand-rolled cigar factory. Tour the grounds and learn about one of the Dominican Republic's most important exports. You'll see the entire process from start to finish. This is definitely a stop you'll want to make if you want to interact with and learn from the Dominican people.

Puerto Plata

In Puerto Plata, you can enjoy unspoiled beaches, adventures in nature and cultural tourism, while exploring several beach towns. 
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Things to Do in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

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    Bravissimo Experience

    You'll love watching professional dancers perform live on stage with fabulous costumes, bright lights and tunes from the 70s and 80s. You can dance, sing, take pictures of the gorgeous costumes and be a part of this dreamy fiesta featuring live performances of Dominican Carnival gala, Rock & Roll, Samba, Tropical and other rhythms that will make you travel through decades of great music.

    PREMIUM access includes: an exquisite a la carte dinner before starting the fiesta, open bar of selected premium drinks during dinner and fiesta, fast check in, preferable access, VIP lounge reserved, casino access and more.
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    Cayo Arena

    If you've ever wanted to visit Paradise, the Cayo Arena tour will give you the chance to do so! Cayo Arena in the Dominican Republic is a small sandbar nicknamed Paradise Island - and it will feel like heaven when you stand on its white sand surrounded by clear, aquamarine waters.
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    Damajagua Cascades

    Visit Damajagua Falls and its 27 cascades. The waterfalls pour over the rocks and greenery in the Northern Corridor mountains, and cool blue pools beckon you to truly immerse yourself into the island's natural wonders.
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    Extreme Mega Adventure

    Ride 6x6 safari-style mega trucks, go zip lining and ride horseback to explore Puerto Plata's countryside. See green tropical rainforests, cascading waterfalls, limestone rock formations and white-sand beaches, all in one extreme mega adventure!
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    Free Style Catamaran

    The Catamaran tour allows you to enjoy a relaxing sail trip with a little piece of luxury and a lot of fun. Enjoy the fantastic scenery as you cruise to the infamous Sosua Bay; a unique experience for you to view the multitude of colors and life, provided by the coral reef and the tropical fish of this underwater haven. Never tried snorkeling before? Not a problem. The crew is trained to give professional instructions and will be there with you as you experience the splendor of this breathtaking coral reef. After snorkeling, hop back on board the catamaran for a buffet lunch with the fabulous backdrop of Sosua Bay. Ocean breeze in your face, now it's time for some fun and games to get everyone ready for the exciting run for home; an exhilarating time on the fastest point of sailing makes for a fantastic finish of an unforgettable day.

Punta Cana

Punta Cana is famous for its beaches, upscale hotels and great golfing. Located on the east coast of the Dominican Republic.
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Things to Do in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

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    Bavaro Runners

    Experience adventure aboard a safari truck and on horseback with Bavaro Runners. See plantations, rural life, cigar and rum making, a homemade lunch and even swim in the waters of Macao Beach.
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    Drive your own buggy into the heart of Punta Cana! Explore sugar cane plantations and rice fields to see nature up close. You won't want to miss the enchanting landscape with views of the hills and countryside. What an unforgettable experience!
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    Caribbean Pirates

    Join an adventure on the high seas. Pirates will entertain and excite you with live shows while sailing along on a galleon ship. An epic treasure map hunt will also take you to snorkel and swim with sharks and interact with stingrays.
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    Coco Bongo

    Get ready to party the night away in Punta Cana's world famous Coco Bongo nightclub, a place for colossal entertainment. More than 40 actors, musicians, artists and flying acrobats take to the stage, creating a world class spectacle that never fails to bring to life the magic and energy of the nighttime.
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    Hispaniola Explorer

    Discover the richness of Hispaniola Island and the Dominican Republic with a full-day trip that showcases its heritage and culture. Explore the island's baseball background, famous cigars, craft artist villages, breathtaking jungles and unique architecture.
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    Jungle Rally

    Ride along on a rumble through the jungle in these air conditioned SUVs, driving up mountains and going places no one else can go. The tour includes VIP lunch and VIP drinks. Your welcome cocktail is served at a secluded beach, where you'll end your day with some Caribbean music, stream swinging in a hammock while drinking from the open bar.
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    Discover the depths of our fascinating underwater world. Board a glass-bottom boat and explore this fantastic scene. Swim with nurse sharks and stingrays, or have fish eat from your hand! Enjoy a cold beer in a natural pool, while Caribbean rhythms take you away. Truly the best snorkeling in Punta Cana!


Samaná is an ecological paradise. Because the area is generally unspoiled, visitors get the treat of seeing original beauty all around them.
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Things to Do in Samaná, Dominican Republic

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    Los Haitises National Park

    Nature lovers and eco-tourists especially will appreciate the beauty of the Haitises National Park. As a protected forest reserve of the Dominican Republic, with hills, mangroves, limestone caverns and wildlife, the park has plenty to offer. The park is home to one of the most important rainforests and mangrove reserves in the entire Caribbean. While the amount of wildlife here is impressive enough, the pictographs inside the cave system add culture and history to the park’s appeal.

    If you visit the northeast, you should take advantage of the massive ecological haven near your vacation spot and definitely stop by. You can get there easily by a short boat ride across the bay and excursions from Samaná resorts are readily available. The photo ops are seemingly endless in a place so beautiful.
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    Cayo Levantado

    One of the more popular tourist attractions of the Dominican Republic for its beauty and fun activities, Cayo Levantado is a small island in Samaná Bay. Its lovely white sand beaches are lined by tall coconut trees to create a picturesque vision of paradise. Imagine yourself lounging on the warm sand with a good book and a refreshing drink in hand. With its coral reefs and clear-turquoise water, you’ll easily be able to explore under the sea. The calm and shallow warm water is comfortable for the whole family to enjoy and if you work up an appetite, there are restaurants and vendors to choose from to enjoy lunch on the beach. People arrive by the boatloads every day to share in the beauty, so hop on in and don't miss out on this awesome experience in the DR.
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    Adventure Diving

    The coral reefs and shipwrecks in the water of the Dominican Republic make diving an especially exciting adventure here, especially in Samaná. Perfect for history buffs, the scuba diving excursions in Samaná add a little culture to an already amazing experience. If you head to Las Terrenas, you’ll see the beautiful coral nicknamed “the three whales.” Further east, Las Galeras has sunken shipwrecks and rock formations in the sea. More advanced divers should check out “Cabo Cabron,” which has a 120-foot descent into the ocean.
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    Picture-Perfect Playa Rincon

    To see an untouched, picture-perfect beach vision in person, you have to visit Playa Rincon. Three miles of soft, white sand lined with lush palm trees team up with cerulean water and majestic mountaintops to create a stunning view of flawlessness. The beach is secluded, unspoiled and gorgeous, so if you’re the type of person who loves catching nature in its original state, this is the place for you. You can catch a boat from Las Galeras to set sail toward this slice of heaven. Because it's untouched, you'll have to remember to bring your necessities. Conveniences like food, drinks and lounge chairs are available for a price but are well worth it for the view and experience.
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    Whale Watching

    The biggest attraction in the area comes to Samaná each January to March. During this time, thousands of humpback whales migrate through the Samaná Bay to mate and give birth to their young. The journey to these waters is a ritual and is an exciting event for the people who are lucky enough to see it. Visiting this area during this time of year to share with these amazing mammals up close is an experience of a lifetime. Excursions depart to catch the frolicking giant creatures in action. Grab the best seat on the boat to watch them splash and spout water and don't forget your camera! You'll want a keepsake of your time with these majestic sea mammals.

Santo Domingo

Get to know the vibrant Dominican culture in the country's capital. As the oldest city in the New World, Santo Domingo offers a variety of activities.
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Things to Do in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

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    El Malecón

    City and beach life is the way to go for a well-balanced vacation to the Dominican Republic. In between the shops and history you'll find in the colonial zone of Santo Domingo, you'll also want to experience El Malecón–a lively, seafront boulevard lined with the Caribbean Sea on one side and luxury hotels, restaurants and retail stores on the other. 
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    Why It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site

    Santo Domingo is home to a lot of firsts. The Santa Maria La Menor Cathedral, Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo and Hospital San Nicolás de Bari are all the first of their kind in the Americas. The cathedral, university and hospital symbolize the city's importance as a historical site, whose heritage is honored and protected. You have to add these historical sites to your list of things to do in the Dominican Republic! 
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    See Art & History in Parque Colon

    Dedicated to Christopher Columbus, complete with a bronze statue in his honor, Parque Colon is a charming town square park that’s great for hanging out under the trees and a must-visit in the Dominican Republic.

    Cigar shops, art boutiques and cafes surround the area, and it’s the starting point of the historical district. The first cathedral in the New World is next to it, along with El Conde, the main shopping area.

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    First Cathedral in the New World

    Stepping inside this building is like stepping back in time to 16th century Santo Domingo. Spiritualists, history buffs and tourists from all over the world visit the Santa Maria La Menor Cathedral to admire its beauty and appreciate its value as the first Christian structure in the New World.
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    Best Restaurants in Santo Domingo

    The capital has tons of food options to fit all tastes and budgets. For authentic Dominican cuisine, you’ll want to visit Adrian Tropical Food on El Malecón.

    If you’ve had a late night dancing the night away, feed your midnight munchies at Barra Payan. It’s a 24-hour favorite for everyone, serving scrumptious sandwiches and juice. Just be ready to order your sammy in Spanish.