The Dominican Republic is one of the most visited tourist locations in the world. From the eye-catching beaches of Punta Cana in the east with its rich Dominican Republic Villas facing the sea to the wild Central mountain peaks and gazing skies of the west, the Dominican Republic offers a variety of places for the tourist to explore.
But the adventure doesn’t stop here. The heavenly palm beaches of Isla Saona in the south to the fertile rain forest in the northern shore of Los Haitises makes the Dominion Republic a perfect destination for all kinds of families and couples to enjoy.
You can start your day by seeking adventure in the mountains of Jarabacoa and find the iguanas on the hypersaline lakes. Spend your afternoon at any one of the numerous beaches and surf in the cool white waves of Punta Cana. You could also kiteboard on the Cabarete. Make these a “Must Do” on your list when visiting this country.
While in the Dominican Republic, don’t forget to try the delicious local flavors. Enjoy fresh seafood at any one of numerous restaurants at Punta Cana, or even take a walk on the beach with your partner while smoking locally-made cigars.
If you visit the Dominican Republic between January to March and are lucky, you might see the mighty humpback whales during their mating season in Samana Bay. But you don’t have to just see them, you can swim with these marvelous creatures.
When nightfall comes, don’t just think the day is over. You can always party the night at your stay and extend your fun to the next day.
When it comes to embracing the history of the Dominican Republic, visit Santo Domingo. Santo Domingo is the largest city in the Caribbean region with over two million residents. This metro city also hides one of the popular historic neighborhoods in the region. It is the Zona Colonial neighborhood.
Take in the history of the area by roaming the Zona Colonial (or Ciudad Colonial). Located at the central part of the Santo Domingo, the Zona Colonial is a UNESCO heritage site where the Europeans made their first settlement of the Americas. It is a 500-year-old neighborhood filled with cobbled streets and regal residences.
This oldest colonial center has been visited by Christopher Colombus himself in the 15th century. In fact, you can relieve the moment in history by checking out the grand bronze statue of Christopher Colombus in the Central Parque.
A day is not enough to fully experience the grandeur of this historic neighborhood. There are many must-see architectures present here like the First Cathedral of America, the grand Alcazar De Colon, and the rugged tops of Ozma Fort. These buildings reflect the colonial architectural style of the early Europeans that are simply marvelous to look at.
The historical Dominican Republic truly offers once in a lifetime adventure to have with your family. Book your stay at Dominican Republic Villas and explore the beauty that the Dominican Republic has to offer.