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  • Saona Island

    Saona Island is one of the most fascinating areas of the Dominican Republic. It is located in the southern part of the island and is famous for the beauty of its beaches. It is separated from the mainland by the Catuano channel. Saona Island can only be reache...
  • Whales in Samanà

    Samana continues to attract visitors to the delight of one of the best sites in the world to watch the huge humpback whales while frolic offshore. The whale-watching season runs from January 15th to March 30th. Punta Balandra, on the road from Samanà Ci...
  • Samanà: Salto del Limon

    El Limón offers an adventurous ride through jungle landscape before reaching the El Limón Waterfall that drops 130 feet (40 meters) from the top of Sierra Samaná. The 1.5-mile (2.5km) trek to get there can be made on foot for those physica...
  • Higüey

    Higüey is the capital city of the eastern La Altagracia Province, in the Dominican Republic. The Yuma River flows through the urban areas of Higüey. Higüey is also the name of a former native chiefdom in Hispaniola's easternmost end when Christ...
  • The First City in the Americas

    With over three million residents, the cosmopolitan city of Santo Domingo is possibly the most vibrant place in the entire Caribbean. Santo Domingo features a rich culture and history juxtaposed against modern developments. In the historic Colonial City, newer...
  • North Cost: Puerto Plata and Samaná

    The northern shores of Dominican Republic are dramatically different, both physically and culturally, from anywhere else on the island. Most of the entire coastline is rimmed by majestic mist-swept mountains offering an entirely new drama and array of experien...
  • South Coast: Santo Domingo, La Romana and Bayahibe

    The southern shores of Dominican Republic reflect the rhythms of the Caribbean where fishermen get up with the sun to cast nets over the calm waters in the slanting light. Fishing villages line the coast from Santo Domingo to Bayahibe, two hours away in the so...
  • Punta Cana

    Punta Cana is known the world over for stunning beaches, upscale hotels, romantic settings, and amazing golf courses. The East Coast beaches of the Dominican Republic's Altagracia province have consistently been ranked as some of the world's best by those who ...