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Dominican Republic


As one of the most visited destinations in the Caribbean, the Dominican Republic invites you to discover as many parks as museums and encourages you to try activities ranging from surfing to hiking. To immerse yourself in the country's history, the capital Santo Domingo is home to Alcazar de Colon, the fortified palace of Diego

Dominican Republic

Things to do and see - Dominican Republic

Have an escape to a resort town with stunning beaches
Punta Cana
 
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Visit the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in the Americas
Santo Domingo
 
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See a re-creation of a 16th-century Mediterranean–style village
Altos de Chavón
 
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Witness humpback whale migration
Samaná Península
 
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Ride the cable car to the top for panoramic views
Puerto Plata Cable Car
 
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Take a boat trip to a pristine island with clear waters and white sand
Saona Island
 
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Have a refreshing escape to a popular destination for outdoor activities
Jarabacoa
 
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Enjoy water sports, eco-tours, and vibrant local culture
Bávaro
 
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Have a glimpse into the country's natural wonders
The Three Eyes
 
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Find a hidden gem full of fascinating caverns, and unspoiled beaches
Los Haitises National Park
 
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Experience the local culture on a secluded island with clear waters
Cayo Levantado
 
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Embark on a high-adrenaline guided tour to visit waterfalls
27 Waterfalls of Damajagua
 
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Swim in lagoons at a forest reserve with hiking areas
Indigenous Eyes Ecological Reserve
 
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See a historic fortress that was used to protect the city from pirates
Fortaleza de San Felipe
 
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Events - Dominican Republic

February
Independence Day
The Independence Day of the Dominican Republic, also known as "Día de la Independencia," is celebrated on February 27th each year. It commemorates the country's declaration of independence from Haiti in 1844, marking a significant milestone in the Dominican Republic's history and its journey towards sovereignty and self-governance. The day is marked with vibrant parades, cultural festivities, and patriotic displays throughout the country.
Dominican Republic



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