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  • 1

    Saona Island

    17 reviews

    an amazing experience

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  • 2

    Dolphin Explorer

    14 reviews

    Fun is the name of the game; however, you will be able to learn facts about dolphin anatomy as well as useful tips on conservation.

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  • 3

    Playa Rincon

    13 reviews

    Rated by many as one of the top beaches in the world. Peaceful isolated beach with white sand and tranquil waters.

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  • 4

    Playa del Macao

    13 reviews

    An off-the-beaten-path beach that was recommended to us by our Airbnb host in Punta Cana. We rented a car and drove here. The road there was an experience in and of itself, the drivers are pretty crazy and we passed by corrugated tin roof houses and businesses. The beach itself wasn't crowded at all, and there was a restaurant where ...

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  • 5

    Cascada El Limon

    12 reviews

    A great adventure that you will never forget, this trip takes you to the interior of the peninsula where the mountains reach a height of 2,100 feet. You will get to go on horseback for 30 minutes along very steep paths with incredible tropical vegetation, wildlife, coffee and cocoa plants and a great variety of tropical fruits. When you arrive ...

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureLocal
  • 6

    Playa Grande

    11 reviews

    One of the Top Beaches in the World according to Conde Nast Traveler is less than 5 miles from the door of our luxury villa rental. Our guests often visit there to take in the beauty, enjoy a fantastic meal right on the beach and knock back a few ice-cold beers. A great place for an afternoon while the others ...

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  • 7

    Altos de Chavón

    10 reviews

    Frank Sinatra performed here, watch the CONCERT FOR THE AMERICAS on YouTube.

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  • 8

    Boca Chica

    13 reviews

    Ottima spiaggia attenti pero'

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  • 9

    Zona Colonial

    8 reviews

    Ciudad Colonial (Spanish for "Colonial City") is the historic central neighborhood of Santo Domingo and the oldest permanent European settlement of the New World. It has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.[1] It is colloquially known as "Zona Colonial" (Colonial Zone). The Ciudad Colonial is located on the west bank of the Ozama River, which bisects the city. ...

    Popular withHistoryDesignAdventure
  • 10

    Playa El Valle

    8 reviews

    Has a different landscape of the other beach around, the small tipical retaurant are clean and the food is good, especial Moro de guandules con coco....

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  • 11

    Monumento a los Heroes de la Restauración

    10 reviews

    munumento

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  • 12

    Los Tres Ojos

    9 reviews

    This place is deep! Something interesting to see.

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  • 13

    Parque Colon

    9 reviews

    I have a soft spot for public squares in Latin America--places where people of all ages meet up, shoot the breeze for a while, feed the pigeons, eat a churro (or elote or cotton candy or....), and watch little kids in big sneakers chase each other around. Parque Colon is all this plus a historic cathedral, street performers, tour guides, ...

    Popular withHistoryBudgetLocal
  • 14

    Parque Nacional Los Haitises

    7 reviews

    Tour Los Haitises National Park. Flora Tours in Las Terrenas will take you by bus to Sanchez and boat to the park. Swim in a fresh water hole, enjoy an authentic Dominican town and it's people, take a walk past horses, donkeys, goats and rural landscape, paddle to the mangroves, hike into caves filled with stalagmites and bask in the ...

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  • 15

    Plaza España

    8 reviews

    This is almost connected to the Conde, huge square with the occasional free concert. The home of the son of Christopher Colombus is the main focus and is well lit at night. Several moderately pricey restaurants serving decent food line the square. Worth seeing, google it.

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  • 16

    Cayo Levantado

    7 reviews

    Combine a visit to this island with a guided tour in El Parque National de Los Haitises or wale watching from Jan. 15th through March 15th.

  • 17

    Teeth of the Dog

    6 reviews

    Teeth of the Dog is a spectacular and challenging course located in Casa de Campo resort; it definitely was one of the highlights of my last trip to the DR. It was pricey, for sure, but worth the splurge....

    Popular withLuxuryOutdoorAdventure
  • 18

    Playa Fronton

    7 reviews

    Waaooohhhhh!!!!! The beach at the nort east point of the Samana peninsula. With its impresive hills just behind the wite sandy beach. Fabulous colours of the sea. Great snorkeling but have to be quite good swimmer. Access by boat or 5 km walking... No house, no bar, nothing except you and the nature.

    Popular withAdventureFamiliesBudget
  • 19

    San Juan Shopping Center

    6 reviews

    This is the newest Shopping Center to the area (2012) and includes the Superpola supermarket (and even an IKEA outlet!). A great place to go for grocery shopping.

  • 20

    Playa El Cortecito

    6 reviews

    This is a great little beach if you're an independant traveler looking for a bit more action--there are plenty of spots to lay down a towel and just people watch. It's also a great place to book a parasailing (or fishing or snorkeling) trip--vendors walk the beach offering tours though there also are store fronts offering the same in tiny ...

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