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Perfectly located on the magnificent east coast of the Dominican Republic, the natural beauty of the island and nearby coral reef nurtures an incredible number of flora and fauna that are sure to nourish your spirit. Visit one of the magnificent nearby attractions for a couple of hours or a day trip and explore this historic area in the Dominican Republic.
Altos de Chavón is a fascinating recreation of a 16th century Mediterranean village on a cliff
overlooking the Río Chavón.
While taking a catamaran to this scenic island located off of the south-east tip of the Dominican
Republic, sailboat or speedboat ride to this island you’ll experience the incredible turquoise water and beauty of the limestone cliffs. You may even see some dolphins following your boat!
This small offshore island located approximately 1.5 miles from the mainland, has an incredible coral
reef for snorkeling and diving, perfect for those booking for a day trip for water activities.
The oldest city in the New World and capitol city of the Dominican Republic, where the settlement
of all the Americas began. You’ll see the first cathedral and the first hospital. Explore the cobblestone streets that wind through the Spanish colonial architecture and imagine yourself back in the 1600s. There are so many restaurants it is said that even those who live here cannot visit them all.
Located approximately 1 ½ hours west of Punta Cana, La Romana is one of the largest city in the
Dominican Republic known for its superior golfing, beautiful beaches and superb shopping area. elf back in the 1600s. There are so many restaurants it is said that even those who live here cannot visit them all.
A small historical town known for its large Basilica honoring the Virgen de la Altagracia, patron saint of the Dominican Republic. Stroll the small streets and sample some of the tasty local cheese and fresh fruit from the local markets.