Dominican Republic destinations


Punta Cana is considered one of the largest tourist attraction centers in the Dominican Republic, it offers around 50 km of beaches, an excellent hotel infrastructure, an international airport, facilities for all sports, from sailing trips to the benefits of some of the best golf courses in the Caribbean and the pleasure of savoring delicious seafood by the sea. It is located at the eastern end of the island, exactly at the confluence point between the Atlantic and the Caribbean. Adopted for years by tourism of European origin, it is home to some of the most renowned resorts in the Caribbean.


Located on the northeast coast of the Dominican Republic, the natural paradise that is the Samaná Peninsula is as spectacular today as it was in the 16th century. Visited by pirates, European conquerors and Haitians alike, the palm-dotted landscape and pristine beaches have witnessed history unfold and retain its beauty. Being an isolated destination full of all types of beaches, Samaná is much more than turquoise or emerald waters and fine sand. With mountains and valleys embraced by crystalline rivers that flow into the Atlantic, creating a rocky coastline ideal for scuba diving. These are some of the best experiences that await you in Samaná:


Definitely a walk through the Colonial City, the oldest city in the New World!

You will marvel at the first cathedral, the first university and the first hospital built after the arrival of the Spanish. You can take a walk along the pedestrian El Conde street and visit the local shops and gift shops. A walk through the nearby streets will take you to Plaza España, which houses the Alcázar de Colón; the Museo de las Casas Reales, a former palace-like complex used by the Spanish administration, is today a well-known museum; Parque Colón, adorned by a monument of Christopher Columbus, a few meters from the Cathedral of Santa María la Menor, the first in the new world.

Other notable places preferred by photographers include the National Pantheon, housed in a former Jesuist church, the Ozama Fortress, the ruins of the Monastery of San Francisco and the Hospital San Nicolas de Bari, the Borgellá Palace, the Town Hall and the Church of Las Mercedes, among many others.


You've probably heard of Altos de Chavón, a stunning replica of a Mediterranean town that rises above the Chavón River and brims with entertainment, including an open-air Greek amphitheater where Grammy-winning artists perform each year, including Andrea Bocelli, Plácido Domingo, Sergio Mendes, Gloria Estefan, Enrique Iglesias, Marc Anthony, Luis Miguel, Michel Camilo, Spiro Gyra, Duran Duran. There is a world of wonders that you can enjoy on your next visit to La Romana. Be sure to explore the tours and excursions available at Bahia Principe Luxury Bouganville scheduled to reopen in November 2021 or at Bahia Principe Grand La Romana, which reopens at the end of the year. In addition to being a top destination for golfers, life at sea, and anyone who enjoys underwater adventures like snorkeling in Sardiña Bay, other favorite activities in the area include a day trip to Saona Island, a boat ride boat on the Soco River, a trip underground to the Cave of Wonders and much more.


She received her first name from Christopher Columbus, who called her Bella Savonesa. The island is one of the largest in the Dominican Republic, located off the coast of the La Altagracia province to which it belongs, although it is also part of the Cotubanamá National Park, (Old Este National Park), which becomes a protected area. On this 110 km2 island there are the towns of Mano Juan and Catuano, the only permanent settlements, reaching 500 inhabitants, who essentially live off fishing and tourism.