Things to do for Foodies in Dominican Republic 

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    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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    Plaza España

    8 reviews

    This is a great place to chill out at any number of open-air cafes, especially at sunset; you'll see locals and tourists doing the same pretty much year-round. If you're travelling with kids, you can let them run loose for awhile while you relax--it's open and huge and often closed to traffic. At night, head here if you're looking for ...

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    Palma Real Shopping Village

    4 reviews

    This is a more upscale Shopping Center, with high end boutiques, a great pharmacy, movie theatres, etc. There is a Hard Rock Cafe here. This is about 1 mile away from the condo and with the new sidewalks in the area, it is walkable!

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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

    I'd never swam with dolphins, and wasn't quite sure what to expect. I was worried it'd seem like a zoo, and they'd be stuck in small unhappy enclosures. But, man, I'd love to be a dolphin here. I can't even begin to describe how fun this is. First, the location is beyond gorgeous -- white-sand beaches, swaying palm trees, the ...

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    Playa Rincon

    12 reviews

    One of the long stretched beaches to go to. Full day tours available.

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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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  • 8

    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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  • 9

    Playa Grande

    11 reviews

    That's a Sting Ray. Me and him are best friends now.

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    Boca Chica

    13 reviews


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  • 11

    Zona Colonial

    8 reviews

    this is the best place to stay if you want to see all monuments! Everything is walking distance. Always negotiate everything though! Walk down el Conde!

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  • 12

    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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  • 13

    Monumento a los Heroes de la Restauración

    10 reviews

    The Monument of Santiago (formally Monument to the Heroes of the Restoration) is the monument erected in the city of Santiago de los Caballeros. Originally built under the dictatorship of Trujillo in his honor, named the Peace Monument of Trujillo. It was designed by architect Henry Gazón Bona. Its construction began in the centenary year of National Independence 1944, and ...

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  • 14

    Los Tres Ojos

    9 reviews

    you would be shocked at how beautiful these caves are! make sure to not miss the "fourth eye" go all the way to the bottom and take the little boat that takes you to the other side of the cave! its beautiful, it reminds me of Jurassic Park!

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    Parque Colon

    9 reviews

    it has great cafes around it and always busy. Great for a relaxing day

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  • 16

    Parque Nacional Los Haitises

    7 reviews

    Only accessible by boat. Wild protected ecological area with little hills in water, caves, Tainos pictures, mangroves, birds... Marvelous

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  • 17

    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.

  • 18

    Teeth of the Dog

    6 reviews

    One of the most famous Golf courses in the world, also in the same resort the Links, Dye For, and the exclusive Romana Country club. All designed by Pete Dye.

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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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  • 20

    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.

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