Rest in the Dominican Republic

The Dominicana is vibrant, distinctive, and unusual



The Dominican Republic is vibrant, distinctive and unusual. Since the 16th century, it has attracted conquerors from Europe, and today it attracts millions of tourists from all over the world. The Dominican Republic has stunning beaches, magnificent mountain scenery, dense forests, impressive colonial architecture. Here you can see humpback whales of Samana, exotic parrots, American crocodiles, go down 27 waterfalls of Puerto Plata, relax on the beaches of Playa Rincon. Due to the climatic conditions in the Dominican Republic, fruit is harvested all year round. More than forty species of mango, sweet papaya and juicy passion fruit grow here.

Catalina Island

is located in the waters of the Caribbean Sea and is part of the Dominican Republic.

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Saona Island

Saona is a beautiful tropical island located in the southeast of the Dominican Republic.

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Samaná Peninsula

The picturesque and romantic Samaná Peninsula in the Dominican Republic is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean.

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My name is Sidney Hood and I am the creator of this blog. You can go to the Dominican Republic just to learn all about the history of the Caribbean islands and to immerse yourself in the natural diversity of the region.

The Dominican Republic is a paradise for ecotourism enthusiasts: more than 25% of the country is covered by national parks and nature reserves. Most of them have hiking and exploring trails, either on their own or with a guide.

True nature lovers have the opportunity to stay in hotels or hostels located near protected areas. This is one of the reasons why I fell in love with the Dominican Republic!

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