Dominican Republic Cities
- 1Dominican Republic77 reviews
Punta Cana, on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic, has golden-sand beaches. The resorts are spread out along the coast of the green countryside with mountains in the background. Beautiful.
- 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
I had fun
- 4Dominican Republic9 reviews
The town of Samana itself isn't much of a destination--a few mom-and-pop hotels, a handful of waterfront restaurants, and some decent hilltop views. That's pretty much it. That said, if you're interested in whale watching, this is a perfectly fine place to spend a night to catch an early boat trip out to see the humpbacks.
- 5Dominican Republic5 reviews
La Romana, Dominican Republic- a hidden gem on the south eastern coast de la republica dominicana that keeps the soul vibrant with its colorful wildlife, the pallet flavorful with its limitless sancocho and your dry skin from the Dominican sun quenched with its Caribbean waters. Go and indulge in a few glasses if cubalibres (Brugal and Coca-Cola) and don't forget ...
- 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
I love shopping there, a wonderful mix of European and American styles. Look for Blue Mall, Aroba mall !
- 8Dominican Republic10 reviews
The view of the mountains on drive from Puerto Plata to Santiago was beautiful! I was there for business, so didn't see the sites of the city too much.
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- 10Dominican Republic8 reviews
Las Terrenas has lots of good shopping (gifts, clothing, jewelry, groceries), a wide variety of restaurants and a long, beautiful beach.
- 11Dominican Republic18 reviews
Cabarete is a great town for active people; worldclass kiteboarding, windsurfing and surfing all within a 5 miles radius. Beach party-ing and dining and a mellow Caribbean vibe
- 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
This is a quiet little beach town away from the hustle and bustle. I did a video of the pizza wfo that faces the beach. Bayabe gets lively at night with local girls coming out to party. There are dive shops and one of the attractions is an island that is in a protected waters. Hotels are 20 to 50 ...
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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