Dominican Republic Cities
- 1Dominican Republic76 reviews
The area is dominated by all-inclusive resorts on white sand beaches. There are huge discounts down here during hurricane season. Great place to bask in the sun on the beach, but not the spot to get to know the people and the country. The people who go here, hardly leave the resorts.
- 2Dominican Republic2 reviews
It's a cute little beach town with lots of action during the day and plenty of bars, restaurants and discos for evening enjoyment.
- 3Dominican Republic24 reviews
With great pleasure I would like to be the first person writting a review about Puerto Plata in gogobot.com. The place and the city I have been living and working in the last years, becoming a person who really can give advice and recommendations if you are planning to travel to this town. Please feel free to contact me any ...
- 4Dominican Republic9 reviews
Samana the city!
- 5Dominican Republic4 reviews
Really nice reasonable priced resorts and nice beaches.
- 6Dominican Republic7 reviews
Wow, what an adventure this town is. It's a mix of families and single men. Lots of bars, and they don't close until 4-5am, depends on the mood of the crowd. I love it!!
- 7Dominican Republic32 reviews
There wasn't much to do in this city other than go to museums. I stayed at the Jaguar Intercontinental Hotel. It wasn't worth it. Shortly after, I moved from a $300 a night room to a $40 a night room across the street. They do have a nice casino at the Jaguar, where I spent most of my time while ...
- 8Dominican Republic10 reviews
my favorite=mi favorito
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- 10Dominican Republic7 reviews
Once a sleepy fishing village, Las Terrenas is now a full-on beach town with tons of French and Italian expats, many of whom run hotels/restaurants/bars. The focus here is on beach-time, eating, and drinking though there are plenty of nearby excursions, like kiteboarding, diving, and horseback riding. All to say--perfect!
- 11Dominican Republic18 reviews
Cabarete is a great beach town with five different beaches, good eats, a lively bar scene, and tons of expats and vacationers who flock to the town year-round. There are lots of hotels to choose from, though if you're looking for an all-inclusive the pickings are slim. The main reason people to Cabarete are the windsports--this happens to be one ...
- 12Dominican Republic1 review
If you want to check out the only public beach in Punta Cana, head to Macao, where you'll find a surfing school, snack bars and Jack, the surfing Golden Retriever.
- 13Dominican Republic7 reviews
If you're into diving or snorkeling, Bayahibe is arguably the best place for either in the DR: the visibility is amazingly clear, the water is balmy, and there are a couple dozen healthy reefs nearby. There are a handful of dive shops in town and prices are pretty uniform--around $35/65 one/two tank dive excursions or $60 snorkeling trips.
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- 17Dominican Republic5 reviews
I loved Boca Chica! If you don't mind spending money on people to assist you, this can be a great trip for someone traveling by yourself. I took a risk and trusted one of the guys from there and he showed me around and took me to places where the tourist don't go. I always like to get away from ...
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- 19Dominican Republic4 reviews
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- 20Dominican Republic3 reviews