The Caribbean state is globally recognized for its pristine, sandy beaches and world-class golf resorts.
Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, La Romana, Samana (including its capital) and Santo Domingo are some of Dominican Republic’s main highlights. But, that is just the tip of the iceberg.
Here are a few crowd-pleasing spots you need to know about:
Are you an adventure seeker? Punta Cana is an ideal Caribbean destination for adventure seekers. For those into water sports, Punta Cana is a popular spot for surfing and kayaking.
And that is not all. You can select from other adventure excursions, which includes, but is not limited to, zipline tour, dune buggies, Hoyo Azul Lagoon (The Blue Hole) tour.
PLAYA DORADA BEACH RESORT
Playa Dorada Beach Resort is one of Dominican Republic’s oldest and best tourist spots. The modern all-inclusive resort overlooks the stunning Playa Dorada beach.
Playa Dorada Beach Resort is equipped with advanced amenities and facilities. You will find plenty of high end restaurants and shopping centers.
Santo Domingo is the largest and capital city in Dominican Republic. Combining old world charm and modern practicality, you will find museums, shopping malls, cafes, cathedrals and much more in Santo Domingo.
Santo Domingo is a UNESCO heritage site. It has America’s first and oldest cathedral, First Cathedral of America. Furthermore, the city’s rich colonial past is evident almost everywhere.
A hypersaline lake, Lake Enriquillo is located in the southwestern region of Dominican Republic. Interestingly, the lake’s crystal clear water is shared two provinces i.e. the provinces of Bahoruco and Independencia. Lake Enriquillo is the largest saltwater lake in the Antilles.
From flamingos to iguanas, you will discover a variety of species. Moreover, at the centre of Lake Enriquillo is the Parque Nacional Isla Cabritos – one of the largest natural reserves of American Crocodiles.
EASTERN NATIONAL PARK
Discover nature at its best at Eastern National Park in Dominican Republic. Due to its abundance of tropical plant and animal species, the park has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Eastern National Park has one of the largest marine parks in the Caribbean. It is a favorite tourist destination to explore unique species, including manatees, bottlenose dolphins, sea turtles (four species), rhinoceros iguana, birds (112 species) and numerous species of fish, including dove.