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Tourism in the Dominican Republic is growing at an incredible pace, and with hundreds of kilometers of coastline, fantastic landscapes and colonial architecture, it’s not surprising that the country has become one of the main tourist destinations of the world. The Dominican Republic is located in the east of the Ispaniola Island in the Caribbean. Traveling in this country is diverse and you can see different ethnicities, and try cooking and special foods of the area, and in restaurants and cafes in cities like Santo Domingo and even in fishing villages, enjoy with great music and delicious food. Here are the main tourist attractions in the Dominican Republic.
Punta Cana is located in the easternmost province of the Dominican Republic, and is famous for its beaches facing the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean. This area is full of prestigious, first-class hotels and excellent golf courses in romantic setting. There are plenty of walkways, and numerous activities, such as diving, sailing, etc in Punata Cana.
Samana is part of the Atlantic coastline, which includes the beaches of Playa Rincon, Laplita Coast and Quay Lovendou in the northern part of the country. It’s said that Christopher Columbus discovered it in 1492. After opening of the international airport in 2006, many tourists came to the area. Tropical forests, coconut trees and hundreds of alpine trees on beach sand are still new and attractive things for tourists. Another unique point of this region is the breeding of Whippy Whale, and thousands of whales are seen near the Samana coast from January to March. National parks, pristine bays and beautiful peninsulas are the other attractions of these turquoise waters.
Parque Nacional del Este
Visiting the ” Parque Nacional del Este” is desirable for all nature lovers, as it is one of the largest water parks in the Caribbean Sea, with an extraordinary coral system and amazing landscapes of underwater life, which is visible through diving in these waters. People who are interested in drought life, will not be disappointed in this area, because there are hundreds of different species of birds, and beaches and tropical forests that can be discovered. It is also the perfect destination for a romantic honeymoon.
Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial
This historic neighborhood is in the city of Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republi;, and is one of the oldest European colonies in the modern world, declared as world heritage by UNESCO, located on the west side of the Osama River. It is a romantic tourist destination, with colorful buildings and beautiful masonry houses and its paved streets. Among the many attractions of this neighborhood, the followings can be mentioned: Calle Las Damas Street, the oldest modern paved street returns to 1502, the 16th century cathedral, the 19th-century bronze statue of Christopher Columbus, and the famous house of Herman Cortes. You can dive into the history by visiting these places, drink in the, or buy crafts from the stores.
Although this small island is part of the national park, it is considered to be the most popular part of the park, which is why it is mentioned separately. Its panorama includes a romantic and beautiful coastline extending to the wetlands of corona trees. The island is for tourists like a small paradise that is easily accessible by boat or catamaran, and tourism in the area has grown because of the island’s environment, and is well-known for commercials or cinematic films.
Bahia de las Aguilas
This bay has 8 km of sandy beach, and also clear waters, and is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The most important reason is that it is completely intact, because it is a distant bay and miles away from the main tourist areas, accessible only by boat or with the help of a local guide from the La Cuve fishing village.
It ‘s one of the most popular attractions in the Dominican Republic and is located in Puerto Plata. After entering the park, tourists, along with an English-speaking guide, walk for up to 27 cascades for half an hour up the hills of the Northern Corridor. Tourists can go to the top of the waterfalls with the help of the leader, and they must dip in the warm, clear waters under the waterfall to descend. Of course, all safety equipment are given to the tourists. Most of them, after visiting this exciting attraction, say that this place is one of the best attractions in Dominican Republic, and it has a breathtaking natural beauty.
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