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    Playa Rincon

    13 reviews

    Playa Rincon is a 1hour and 45 minute drive from Playa Bonita and well worth the effort to get there. Stunning, gorgeous, relaxing, fun, completely beautiful. Leave early in the morning, drink fresh juice or other libations and eat wonderful fresh fish and Dominican food right there on the beach. Swim, wade, sunbathe. You may want to drive to Las ...

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    Playa Los Corales

    5 reviews

    Apartment for Rent in PUNTA CANA, BAVARO,Playa los Corales, La Altagracia , from US$ 350,--per week , $ 50,--per day, monthly on request up to 4 People. STUNNING APARTMENT 300 METERS FROM THE BEACH For more infos email: Visit Web Site:, This apartment is located in Los Corales which is a modern village situated on the East ...

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    Dominican Republic

    6 reviews

    Limon Hills is the most beautiful place I've ever been in my life. It's Eco pristine environment,a two-bedroom two-bath newly built Villa with its huge swimming pool and Jacuzzi, all with ocean and mountain views nestled on a bluff overlooking the beautiful Caribbean ocean with a refreshing ocean breeze Limon Hills is a beautiful vacation spot for honeymoon couples, families, ...

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    Playa Grande

    11 reviews

    Playa Grande is located near the village of Río San Juan Village, and is a huge beach with impressive waves. The beach is spectacular for both photography and romantic walks. It is also a great place to just relax on a lounge chair and enjoy a good meal of grilled lobster accompanied by a cold beer or coconut juice.

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    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, ...

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    Playa El Valle

    8 reviews

    Have lunch at the beach, swim (can be a bit dangerous at times), hike or take the zip line to Lulu Waterfall. Spend a night in a tree house!

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    Playa Fronton

    7 reviews

    A beautiful beach for snorkeling (watch out for the sea urchins) or just hanging out. Arrive on foot or by boat. Bring a lunch or arrange it with your boat captain.

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    Centro Cultural de Espana

    3 reviews

    This is a gorgeous cultural center offering free concerts, art exhibits, and film festivals year round. It also has a cozy library offering everything from Spanish-language newspapers to novels--perfect if you're looking for reading material or just a place to chill out for awhile.

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    Playa Limon

    3 reviews

    Way off the beaten track is Playa Limon, a long, sweeping, and gorgeous beach lined with a thick forest of coconut trees--a Caribbean beach at its best. Though tour groups occasionally stop here, you'll pretty much have it to yourself most days. Be sure to BYO drinks and eats--there are no businesses or vendors on the beach. (No worries if ...

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    2 reviews

    Lax in Cabarete is a great place, good food and friendly service!

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    Playa Caleton

    2 reviews

    Playa Caleton is a well-known beach located on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. It has a perfect combination of beautiful water, a calm bay atmosphere, beach shack restaurants, and tree cover for shade. The downsides of this beach are: it's difficult to find and it gets extremely crowded on weekends and Dominican national holidays. And by crowded, I ...

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  • 12

    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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    Quinta Dominica

    3 reviews

    This is a nice little gallery to pop into--there is often an interesting exhibit or a lecture going on. It also has a beautiful, leafy courtyard towards the back, which is open to the public--a perfect place to catch up on postcards (old school, I know) or to relax for a while with a cool drink....

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    Fortaleza Ozama

    3 reviews

    The Fortaleza Ozama is an interesting stop, especially if you enjoy clambering among old military buildings, checking out cannons and rifle embrasures, and imagining what life must have been like for the soldiers who lived within these walls over 400 years ago. A short guided tour is the best way to learn about the fort--plus it's totally affordable and offered ...

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    Saona Island

    17 reviews

    Thursday was micks excursion...he chose the caribbean cruise we met the coach at the lobby at 7:00 on the dot... our guide was called Roberto... he talked to us about the agriculture eg sugar cane mangos grown in the punta cana area... the island of Saona that we visited that day and looked after us very well throughout the day. ...

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    Dolphin Explorer

    14 reviews

    We Were picked up from the hotel at 9.25 by the dolphin explorer bus.... on arrival we were given a video of the expectations of the experience 1st we were taken to meet and greet a sea lion nathan and mitchel had a photo taken... we were then taken to a place where the boys could change and collect there ...

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    Playa del Macao

    13 reviews

    Playa Macao is a beautiful, classic Caribbean beach just north of Punta Cana/Bavaro. It's the best--and closest--surfing spot to Punta Cana with a bunch of fast and hollow waves from both beach and reef-point breaks. Watching the surfers and just chilling out on the beach also is a popular sport--the only downer is that ATV tour groups occasionally come tearing ...

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  • 18

    Cascada El Limon

    12 reviews

    Horseback ride into Cascada El Limon. Enjoy the beautiful countryside. You may wade in the waterfall or just gaze at its splendor. Spend some time there. Flora Tours in Las Terrenas can book this for you and escort you the whole way or you may drive to the waterfall yourself (about 25 minutes from Playa Bonita Beach Residences). Be sure ...

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  • 19

    Altos de Chavón

    10 reviews

    Kind of medieval town overlooking Rio Chavon and Dye Four Golf Course where you can visit San Etanislao Catholic Church, enjoy a variety of restaurants, shops, museum and shows at the amphitheatre.

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    Boca Chica

    13 reviews


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