Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic Attractions

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Alcázar de Colón (Columbus Palace)

This UNESCO World Heritage site located in Santo Domingo’s Colonial Zone, is the oldest Viceroy residency in all of the Americas. Once the home of the famous ...  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

Amber Museum (Museo de Ambar Dominicano)

4 star rating: Recommended 19 Reviews

Housed in a fine Victorian mansion with an interesting history of its own, the Amber Museum (Museo de Ambar Dominicano) is worth a visit to see some ...  Read more

Bavaro Beach (Playa Bavaro)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 108 Reviews

The unrivaled beaches of Punta Cana focus on Bavaro, the home of resort vacations in the Dominican Republic. Most of Punta Cana’s resort hotels cluster ...  Read more

Bayahibe

Just 10 miles to the east of La Romana lies the relaxing beach town of Bayahibe. Originally a sleepy fishing village, Bayahibe has retained its laidback ...  Read more

Bay of Sosua

4.5 star rating: Recommended 35 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

Boca Chica

With its powder-soft white sands and warm waters, Boca Chica is the ultimate beach resort and at less than half an hour from Santo Domingo, it makes a popular ...  Read more

Boca de Yuma

Boca de Yuma is a small fishing village located on the northeastern tip of Parque Nacional del Este. The village is a bit off the beaten track for tourists, ...  Read more

Bonao

Bonao isn’t a place that tourists go, and that’s exactly the reason to visit. Set high in the hills an hour north of historic Santo Domingo, Bonao is a city ...  Read more

Bravissimo Show

4.5 star rating: Recommended 19 Reviews

Ocean World’s Bravissimo Show is one of the highlights of a visit to Puerto Plata. An international dance show choreographed to Caribbean rhythms, the Las ...  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

Cabarete

From its beginnings as a rural hamlet blessed with a great beach, Cabarete has matured into an adventure-sports mecca and an international party town.  ...  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

Calle de las Damas

Calle de las Damas is one of the Colonial Zone’s most picturesque destinations. The cobblestone street—said to be the first ever in the New World—is lined ...  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

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