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Top 5 Places to Visit in Dominican Republic

5 Amazing Places to see in Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic has long been a popular vacation spot- between the pristine beaches, beautiful year-round weather, friendly locals, and impressive accommodations, it’s no wonder vacationers return year after year. But, what else should you do during your stay to make your trip even more memorable? Don’t worry, we have you covered. Check out these places to visit in Dominican Republic the next time you’re on vacation:

1. Laguna Dudú

A great place for snorkeling, swimming, and diving

The perfect Dominican Republic lagoon experience can be had at the stunning Laguna Dudú (Dudú Lagoon). Positioned on the northeast coast in Cabrera, Laguna Dudú is surrounded by cliffs and has two lagoons connected to one another and also the ocean. With a depth of 104 feet and clear, bright blue waters, it has long been a wonderful place for swimming, snorkeling, and diving.

Laguna Dudú is ideal for vacationers who want a little bit of adventure but aren’t searching for the adrenaline rush of a lifetime. The cliffs allow for several great jumping spots into the water, a zipline, as well as kayak rentals. In addition to the water, there is a small cave system which is popular for its Taíno petroglyphs and green space for relaxing. After a few hours of play, there is also a restaurant and bar.

2. Montaña Redonda

A mountaintop inland adventure

For those who want to experience a 360-degree view of the Dominican, Montaña Redonda is a great place to stop. Utilize the mountains shuttle services to the top and take in the unbelievable lookouts from the top including the countryside, the ocean, nearby lagoons, and mountains!

There are also a variety of activities that are perfect for taking photos, such as swings that allow you to swing over the edge of the mountain! In addition to the mountain edge swings, there are other ways to spend your time at the top of the mountain, like the hammocks and seats available. There is also a small restaurant available for you to eat a meal of local dishes during your visit.

3. Cueva de las Maravillas

Explore the island’s infamous cave system

Situated between La Romana and San Pedro de Macorís, Cueva de las Maravillas (Cave of Wonders) was rediscovered in 1926 by a group of explorers from San Pedro de Macorís and is home to a plethora of over 500 incredibly preserved indigenous Taíno petroglyphs. Now, the caves have become a must-see 45-minute tour for anyone who visits the island.

The Cave of Wonders is a relatively accessible tour with well-defined paths, ramps, and even an elevator. During a tour of the caves, visitors can see specific sections of the cave with tour guides available to translate the petroglyphs of humans, snakes, owls, iguanas, and other images into English, French, and Spanish.

4. Cascada Limón

One of the country’s most popular waterfalls

Located in Samana, Cascada Limón (or El Limón Waterfall) is a breathtaking waterfall that has created a crystal-clear pool for swimming, surrounded by towering mountains. Because of its popularity, there are several trails that lead to the fall that vary in difficulty, and many tours are offered to the falls through local guides.

When you reach the falls, you can reward yourself with a refreshing dip in the water. The pool under the falls might vary in size depending on the average rainfall, but it has proven time and time again to be an incredible way to experience some of the DR’s natural beauty.

5. Altos de Chavón

A history and cultural hub

Altos de Chavón is in La Romana and is the perfect way for visitors to learn more about the history of the Dominican Republic as well as other cultures. This replica of a 16th-century Mediterranean Village was designed by Dominican architect, Jose Antonio Caro and was created as a space for artists to showcase their cultures all in one place.

Both Dominican artists and artists from around the globe utilize the village’s active studios for people to view their silk screenings, pottery, weaving, and more. The village features the Archaeological Regional Museum, St. Stanislaus Church, as well as a variety of mediums for artists using their active studios such as an amphitheater, the Art Gallery, as well as a variety of restaurants, shops, and boutiques.

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