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Must Visit Place in The Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic’s vacationer trademark gladly declares the nation ‘has it all’. In any case, while this is genuine it can show somewhat of an issue for the guest. After all in a place that is known for such a variety of differences how would you choose where to go first? With such a great amount to find in so little time it is difficult to take in everything this brilliant nation brings to the table. So truly it is basic that you organize and prepare.

Beneath in no specific request is a rundown of 5 spots you just should visit on any outing to the Dominican Republic. Arrange your stay around these goals and you will have a brilliant time.

1. Santo Domingo

Albeit many individuals utilize it as simply a travel center the capital of the Dominican Republic is some place you should invest a touch of energy in. A city of profound chronicled centrality, Santo Domingo’s UNESCO World Heritage recorded Zona Colonial District incorporates a few New World firsts including the most seasoned church, road, surviving fortification and building. In the event that history isn’t your thing however the city offers world class shopping, an awesome eatery scene, lively nightlife and bunches of excellent stops and green spaces. As you would anticipate from a capital city, a hefty portion of the nation’s best inns are likewise situated here.

2. Punta Cana

A gem tucked away on the east coast of the Dominican Republic, Punta Cana is the capital of the country’s luxury all inclusive resort industry. If your idea of a good Caribbean holiday involves lounging by the pool, all you can eat buffets, spa treatments and not venturing too far from your hotel then this is the place for you. Punta Cana’s soft white beaches and azure waters are as good as any in the world and its average annual temperature of 30 °C (86 °F) provides plenty of opportunities to top up your tan. This area is also particularly popular amongst the golfing fraternity as it possesses many great courses.

3. Samana

Located in the north eastern part of the Dominican Republic, Samana is considered one of the most beautiful parts of the country. Containing such wonderful features as tropical forests, coconut groves, numerous secluded alcove beaches with aqua marine crystal clear waters, waterfalls, protected national parks, a protected bay and a peninsula it is surprisingly rather quiet for most of the year. That is until mid-January to mid-March when whale watching season kicks in. During this time thousands of visitors descend on the area to see the magnificent site of North Atlantic humpback whales put on a show. A wonderful and natural sight that will surely be the highlight of your trip.

4. Cabarete

A former farming hamlet, Cabarete is now the Dominican Republic’s adventure sports capital. With the best winds and waves on the island it is a mecca for surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, jet skiing, sailing and diving. If you are a thrill seeker by nature then this is definitely the place for you. Away from the water Cabarete offers a dining experience that is arguably the best in the country. Its range of hotels is pretty decent too.

5. Jarabacoa

For those wanting to get at one with nature a visit to the ‘City of Eternal Spring’ is a must. Nestled in the low foothills of the Central Highland mountains at around 500 metres, Jarabacoa offers visitors a slightly different Dominican Republic experience. A place to go white water rafting, horseback riding, canyoning or hiking up the grand Pico Duarte it allows you to see a side of the country not often portrayed in the travel brochures. You will still be able to get a tan, the weather is quite pleasant up there, but you also be able to get a more enriching holiday experience too.