TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
EXPLORE THE DOMINICAN VIA CAR
Santo Domingo is the capital of the Dominican Republic. The most significant landmark is the First Cathedral of America, the oldest existing cathedral in the Americas. 2 USD
Located in the center of Puerto Plata, Playa Dorada is one of the most popular beaches on the Dominican’s north coast. It is also home to the famous Playa Dorada Golf Course.
Punta Cana is one of the most popular tourist spots on the entire island. Why? It’s packed with resorts, beautiful beaches, and world class golf courses – Punta Espada.
There are 3 exhibits in this modern museum of 20th century Dominican Art: Taino history, Dominican art & photography; and temporary art exhibits. 1-2 USD
Dance music is heard through the beach and vendors are looking for tourists to buy their stuff. This is where the party is at, so if you want peace and quiet, you won’t get it here!
La Romana is home to the Casa De Campo resort and Teeth Of The Dog golf course. Altos de Chavón was built to look like a 16th century artisans’ village.
Flamingos and iguanas are found throughout the island; it has one of the largest wild reserves for all the American Crocodiles. It is the largest saltwater lake in Antilles. 1 USD
Bahia de Las Aguilas:
This six-mile-long stretch of powder-soft sand lies in the protected Jaragua National Park and is best accessed by boat from the small village of La Cueva. 2 USD
Calm and turquoise waters, are surrounded by palm trees, souvenir vendors, restaurants, bars and manicurists. Snorkel gear is available for rent.
2 hours / 1 USD
Cabarete is centrally located. It has the best wind and waves on the entire island. It is therefore no surprise that windsurfing, kitesurfing, and surfing are such popular activities.