Samaná Points of Interest and Places to Visit


El Limón Waterfall

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Whether it’s hiking up the rugged terrain of Dominican Republic’s tallest falls on foot or riding horseback through the steep mountain passes, a trip to the El Limón waterfall is a ...  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 tropical island. With uninhabited ...  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 a quiet pool that’s perfect for ...  Read more

Cayo Levantado

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Travelers looking for a true piece of paradise will love the remote tropical island of Cayo Levantado. Home to a beautiful luxury hotel, white sandy beaches, lush rainforest and incredible ...  Read more

Las Galeras

The historic fishing village of Las Galeras is stationed along the east coast in Santa Barbara on the Samana Peninsula. Travelers venture to this quiet town for its idyllic palm-lined beaches and ...  Read more

Las Terrenas

Once an active port for the British slave trade, the town of Las Terrenas on the northwestern edge of Samana is home to people of Taino, Spanish and African descent—making it one of the most diverse ...  Read more


This incredible boardwalk winds along the Samana Bay, where tourists, locals, artists and musicians gather to relax near the shoreline and take in epic views of Dominican Republic’s striking blue ...  Read more

Rincon Beach (Playa Rincon)

There’s a reason this pristine stretch of white sand has been rated one of the top beaches in the world by magazines, travel guides and globetrotters alike. The scenic shores of Rincon Beach are ...  Read more

Samana Bay

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Samana Bay is the heart of the Samana region in the far northeast of the Dominica Republic. Along its shores, you’ll find the famed Los Haitises National Park, protected tropical forest where you can ...  Read more

Taino Park

Some 1,500 years ago, the Taino Indians, the indigenous people of Dominican Republic, inhabited this tropical island. But arrival of the famed explorer Christopher Columbus sent locals into a ...  Read more

Whale Museum and Nature Center

Each year between the months of January and March, some 4,000 humpback whales descend on the cool turquoise waters of Samana Bay. The Whale Museum and Nature Center, which is part of one of the ...  Read more

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