Be a Golfer

The Dominican Republic is renowned for having some of the most impressive golf courses in the Caribbean and Latin America. At least seven of these courses have appeared multiple times in Golf Week magazine’s Top 50. The courses are open to all golf enthusiasts, who will surely enjoy playing 18 holes with the majestic ocean as a backdrop.

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Jungle Hiking

Jaragua National Park and the Eastern National Park are two exceptional places to explore the tropical rainforest and discover abundant flora and fauna. Their trails lead visitors through breathtaking landscapes, allowing them to observe exotic birds, colorful butterflies, and a variety of plant species unique to the region. For hiking and mountaineering enthusiasts, the mountains of the Central Range offer a paradise waiting to be explored. Pico Duarte, the highest mountain in the Caribbean, offers an exciting adventure with challenging trails and panoramic views that reward the effort of a long hike. Additionally, the Bahoruco and Samaná mountain ranges are perfect destinations to explore the island’s geographical diversity.

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Historic Caves

Among the depths of the natural parks and rainforests of the Dominican Republic are ancient Taino caves, where the country’s first inhabitants left traces of their presence through pictographs. Today, it is possible to venture into these natural chambers and feel the thrill of descending several meters below ground. Just outside Santo Domingo, Los Tres Ojos National Park offers an easy route to the largest underground caves in the country. The Cave of Wonders boasts stalactite and stalagmite formations, providing a unique glimpse into the island’s subterranean world.

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Whale Watching

Finally, eco-tours in the Dominican Republic offer visitors the opportunity to experience wildlife in its natural habitat. In Samaná Bay, humpback whale watching is an exhilarating experience. These cetaceans migrate to the warm Dominican waters to breed, with the first sightings in the area beginning in November and the last in April, with the peak season from mid-January to the end of March.

Ballena Jorobada. Samaná

Enjoy the nature and adventure in the Dominican Republic, where every activity connects you with the island’s majesty and natural wonders.