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The Dominican Republic is known for its spectacular beaches, and Punta Cana is no exception. But Punta Cana differs from other beaches in the region because of its year-round pleasant weather that ...
Puerto Plata or “Port of Silver” was so named by Christopher Columbus in 1502 because of the misty silver hue created by the leaves of an indigenous tree. While the island might not have had any ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2011
The Dominican Republic ‘s
first baseball league was founded in 1890, and although it wasn’t until
1956 that the first Dominican played in Major League Baseball
(Osvaldo/Ozzie Virgil Sr. with the ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, September 2011
The Dominican Republic is, according to its consulate, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean ,
especially for Americans. Why? It has white beaches that are actually ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, March 2012
Is it odd that a sport originating in rainy-old- Scotland 600 years ago is now one of the best ways to enjoy the outdoors on a Caribbean vacation? Editor's Note: This recommendation was taken ...
Written by AlyseInWonderland, USA, July 2011
La Romana, Dominican Republic is home to one of the most extravagant and unique attractions in the Caribbean. Altos de Chavon is a recreation of an entire medieval European village, complete with ...
Written by Hudson, USA, December 2012
Made it to the Dominican Republic? Excellent! The island is currently undergoing a magnificent resurgence on the world travel stage as well as experiencing something of a renaissance when it comes to ...
Written by Laura, USA, July 2012
Whale watching is one of the top attractions for visitors to the Dominican Republic
and each year thousands of humpback whales congregate in the waters
just off the coast of the island to breed. ...
Written by Laura, USA, October 2012
The capital of the Dominican Republic and oldest European city in the Americas, Santo Domingo is rich in history and culture. If you only have one day in Santo Domingo, start by exploring the Zona ...
Written by Hudson, USA, March 2013
Touched down in Puerto Plata and looking for some fun? Vacation is all about relaxing and getting to enjoy yourself, and in Puerto Plata there are plenty of options for the traveler looking to do a ...
Written by Viator, August 2010
Punta Cana by night can take on a very different feel from its leisurely daytime vibe. Indeed, as the sun sets in the Dominican Republic, islanders and tourists come out to party by the dozens. ...
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