16 noviembre 2020

East Coast Dominican Republic

Visit the east of Dominican Republic and live any kind of experiences, adventures and feelings in an endless series of exotic spots.

Travel to the east area of Dominican Republic and discover different ways of living and seeing the Caribbean. Get surprised with the different available options this place has to offer in terms of traditions, wildlife and idyllic landscapes

You can visit the island in a common way on its plentiful all-inclusive hotels located all along the coast, especially in Punta Cana and Playa Bávaro, specialized in leisure.

You can also live a contemporary artistic experience in Altos de Chavón or a more classical one in the Museo del Arte Taíno Museum, the Sendero Ecológico Padre Nuestro, the Isla Saona or any of the caves that spread all along the territory.

Visit inhabited islands like Catalinita, or protected ones like Saona Island. Dive until Catalina Island, among coral reefs and sunken boats like the Naufragio del Capitán Kidd or those shipwrecks included in the Submarine Museums route.

You can visit the island in a common way on its plentiful all-inclusive hotels located all along the coast, especially in Punta Cana and Playa Bávaro, specialized in leisure.

You can also live a contemporary artistic experience in Altos de Chavón or a more classical one in the Museo del Arte Taíno Museum, the Sendero Ecológico Padre Nuestro, the Isla Saona or any of the caves that spread all along the territory.

Visit inhabited islands like Catalinita, or protected ones like Saona Island. Dive until Catalina Island, among coral reefs and sunken boats like the Naufragio del Capitán Kidd or those shipwrecks included in the Submarine Museums route.

Participate in the Fiestas Patronales Festivities in the different towns that fill Dominican Republic with happiness and color, and live with its people in villages like Miches, Bayahibe or Las Terrenas.

See the different religious temples spread all along the region, like the Santísima Cruz BasilicaIglesia de San Pedro Apóstol Church or Altagracia Basilica and learn about Dominican history in museums like the San Pedro de Macorís History MuseumSeñorita Elupina Cordero Museum or Altagracia Museum.

Do ecological tourism all along the territory including this part of the island. Explore the Este National ParkHaitises Park and Sierra de Samaná Mountains. Climb, walk, observe and be amazed by the attractive natural spaces covering this land where people, animals, vegetation and legends live. Contemplate the cave art protected by numerous caves in the region, like Doña Ana Cave or the Ferrocarril one.

Take a cooling bath in any of the countless beaches on the coast, at the pool forming Salto El Limón, or in the rivers and underground lakes of Fun-Fun Cave and the spring of Chicho in the Sendero Ecológico Padre Nuestro.

Discover the interesting processes that transform tobacco leaves and cocoa fruit into those wonderful products we have at home in the Chocolate Tour and Tabacalera La Matilde Cigarette Factory.

Observe humpback whales in Samaná Bay by taking a boat in the ports of Sabana de La Mar and Samaná, or visit the Iguanario de Los Tocones and help to protect wildlife in the area.

Live adventures in Samaná with Zipline Adventures El Limón, or learn about the history of indigenous in the Poblado Taíno El Limón Area or in Agua Cave.