Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic Attractions

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Bay of Sosua

4.5 star rating: Recommended 32 Reviews

Between Puerto Plata and Cabarete, lies the Bay of Sosua. Known for its sheltered calm waters, coral reefs and wide variety of fish and marine life, the Bay ...  Read more

Macao Beach

4.5 star rating: Recommended 26 Reviews

Clear blue waters and white sandy beaches make Macao an ideal spot to experience the real Caribbean.  Because it’s public, this beach attracts both far-off ...  Read more

Lemon Lagoon Bay

4.5 star rating: Recommended 22 Reviews

The palm tree-lined sand and turquoise-blue water await you in Lemon Lagoon Bay. Known for dreamy water , beautiful coastline and one of the best beaches in ...  Read more

Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park (Parque Ojos Indigenas)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 18 Reviews

The privately run Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park (or Parque Ojos Indigenas) preserves 45 acres (18 hectares) of tropical paradise, part of the larger 1,500 ...  Read more

Dolphin Island

4 star rating: Recommended 13 Reviews

Dolphin Island Punta Cana is a destination island attraction aimed at giving visitors what they want – an experience swimming with man’s most beloved sea ...  Read more

Fort San Felipe

4 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

Fort San Felipe was built in 1564 by order of Philip II of Spain and is Puerto Plata's oldest surviving building. It was a formidable construction, designed ...  Read more

Punta Cana Ecological Reserve

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 7 Reviews

The privately run 1,500 acre (600 hectare) Punta Cana Ecological Park protects coastal and inland habitats. Around 80 species of birds live here, along with ...  Read more

Manati Park

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

Dolphins, parrots and tropical orchids are the star attractions at the Manati theme park, inland from the coast at Punta Cana. You'll have the chance to ...  Read more

Isla Catalina

3 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

This tiny island just 1.5 miles off the mainland provides a peaceful respite for those looking to escape the hustle of Dominican Republic’s busier city ...  Read more

Los Haitises National Park

About 12km down a dirt road and tucked into a corner of the Dominican Republic lies one of the country’s most spectacular hidden gems: Los Haitises National ...  Read more

Altos de Chavón

If you’re wondering what it was like several centuries ago on the island of the Dominican Republic, then you should head to Altos de Chavón, a recreated ...  Read more

Brugal Rum Center

Named after Catalonian expatriate Andres Brugal, a visit to the Brugal Rum Center offers visitors a chance to see the magic of turning sugarcane into one of ...  Read more

Cabo Cabrón National Park

Cabo Cabron National Park offers visitors a taste of old Dominican Republic—a place and time before resorts, tourists and development touched down on this ...  Read more

Cano Frio River

Somewhere near the edge of Playa Rincon—which is easily one of the best beaches in Dominican Republic—lies the Cano Frio River. This cooling stream feeds into ...  Read more

Casa Ponce de León

The roughly hewn stone building known as the Casa Ponce de León was the home of 16th century explorer and governor of Puerto Rico, Juan Ponce de ...  Read more

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