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What to do in Samana

What to see
The most beautiful excursion that can be done is, undoubtedly, the observation of humpback whales. And, between the end of December and mid-March, hundreds of specimens take advantage of the warm waters of Samara Bay to come and give birth. Before heading back to the waters rich in fish from New England and Greenland passing through Newfoundland.

  • Beaches
  • The contact with the inhabitants
  • The landscapes

  • What to try
    The national park of Los Haitises, a kind of Dominican Halong bay, has the peculiarity of offering strange calcareous formations that arise from the sea. Here you can find a great variety of 700 vascular plants in the subtropical humid jungle as well as islets that house caves with pre-Columbian vestiges of the Taino Indian civilization. It is visited by boat.

    What to think
    A summer suitcase: light cotton clothing, open footwear, shorts, blouses, T-shirts ... not forgetting the swimsuit complete with outerwear and sports shoes for mountain breaks. A raincoat can be useful during the rainy season (May to July).

    What to taste
    Rich and seasoned, Dominican cuisine is the fruit of Creole, European and African influences. Starches (rice, sweet potatoes, bananas), fish and crustaceans and tropical fruits are the staple foods. The stews (mondogo, sancocho), kid meat and fish cooked in coconut milk are some examples.

    What Brig
    Jewels of amber (solidified brown resin), larimar (bluish stone), leather objects, basketry, naive style paintings, heritage of the Taino Indians, merengue and bachata CD, cigars, liquid vanilla, jam, rum and coffee They are the main souvenirs that can be brought. They are found everywhere, especially on beaches and in local markets.


    Transfer to Hotel conde de Peñalba in Zona Colonial

    What to do in Punta Cana

    Tourist information
    Between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, Punta Cana is the most famous spa resort in the Dominican Republic. And rightly so ... The wonderful private beaches of the La Morana canal, which stretch for more than 40 km, could almost rise to the rank of world heritage. Transparent waters, coconut trees, white sand ... it is the magic cocktail to spend an excellent and idle vacation.

    Traveling to Punta Cana is a good idea if you want to lie in the sun or in the shade of a Cana hut, enjoying a mojito or a piña colada. However, to discover the country, customs and Dominicans, it is better to think of another destination. In Punta Cana there is nothing ... apart from the hotels.

    What to see
    The excursion that is usually offered in Punta Cana is the Manati Park, an ecological park where you can have the opportunity, prior reservation, to swim with the dolphins. From Punta Cana, tourists can go on an adventure to go to the island of Saona, La Romana or Santo Domingo, the capital of the island, witness to the passage of Christopher Columbus.

    What to try
    The hotels offer all the necessary services for a high level of well-being, with a wide range of spas in environments of great beauty as well as a wide range of varied sports activities (tennis, cycling, horse riding). Water sports are not far behind (diving, water skiing, sailing). Golf lovers will find good courses.

  • Superb Beaches
  • A good hospitality, very good category
  • Numerous sports activities

  •   The cons
  • No cultural interest
  • A Dominican life reduced to the minimum expression

  • What to think
    A summer suitcase: light cotton clothing, open footwear, shorts, blouses, T-shirts ... not forgetting the swimsuit complete with outerwear and sports shoes for mountain breaks. A raincoat can be useful in the rainy season (from May to July).

    What to avoid
    In Punta Cana there is no authenticity. The encounter with Dominican life is limited unless you go on a field trip. On the other hand, the excursions take time, because the area is far from everything. The only possible solution unless you opt for a two-week stay: preferably choose hotels near a market square or a bus station for short breaks.

    What to taste
    Rich and seasoned, Dominican cuisine is the fruit of Creole, European and African influences. Starches (rice, sweet potatoes, bananas), fish and crustaceans and tropical fruits are the staple foods. The stews (mondogo, sancocho), kid meat and fish cooked in coconut milk are some examples.

    What Brig
    Jewels of amber (solidified brown resin), larimar (bluish stone), leather objects, basketry, naive style paintings, heritage of the Taino Indians, merengue and bachata CD, cigars, liquid vanilla, jam, rum and coffee are The main souvenirs that can be brought. They are found everywhere, especially on beaches and in local markets.


    Transfer to Zona Colonial from Las Americas Airport

    What to do in Santo Domingo?

    Tourist information
    The capital of the Dominican Republic is brimming with life. It must be said that much has changed since August 4, 1496, Bartolomé Colón, brother of the famous navigator, founded on the east bank of the Ozama River what would become the oldest city in the New World, the New Isabela, named after in honor of Isabel la Católica.

    Carried away by a hurricane six years later, it was rebuilt by Spanish settlers, this time on the western bank, and adopted the name of Santo Domingo. Currently, traffic is dense and crazy, even on small streets. There is a cacophonous environment produced by the car horns attached to the speakers of the stores, which play a thundering merengue music.

    Dominicans do not drive fast, but the only law that prevails is the "each to his own". Therefore, you have to arm yourself with patience, whether you are going by bus, taxi or rental car. The best solution remains to park not far from the colonial area and continue the visit on foot. There you can discover authentic treasures, vestiges of a bygone era where Spain and France had influence in the country.

    Take your time to visit the many monuments of the historic center and to have a coffee on a small beach in the shade. If you are traveling to the Dominican Republic, you can check out our page of flights to Santo Domingo with historical prices per month and the cheapest deals found by our users.

    What to see
    The colonial zone has the oldest and most notable buildings in the country, some of which are more than five centuries old, so they were the first in America. Three arteries group the main centers of interest in this neighborhood, among them the famous Calle de las Damas, the first street in the New World.

    What to try
    The hotels offer all the necessary services for a high level of well-being, with a wide range of spas in environments of great beauty as well as a wide range of varied sports activities (tennis, cycling, horse riding). Water sports are not far behind (diving, water skiing, sailing). Golf lovers will find good courses.

    The pros

  • The historical and cultural riches of the city (Colonial Zone, Park the 3 eyes, Lighthouse to Colon)
  • Night life

  •   The cons
  • The absence of beach despite the presence of coastline
  • The traffic

  • What to think
    A summer suitcase: light cotton clothing, open footwear, shorts, blouses, T-shirts ... not forgetting the swimsuit complete withouterwear and sports shoes for mountain breaks. A raincoat can be useful during the rainy season (May to July).

    What to taste
    Rich and seasoned, Dominican cuisine is the fruit of Creole, European and African influences. Starches (rice, sweet potatoes, bananas), fish and crustaceans and tropical fruits are the staple foods. The stews (mondogo, sancocho), kid meat and fish cooked in coconut milk are some examples.

    What Brig
    Jewels of amber (solidified brown resin), larimar (bluish stone), leather objects, basketry, naive style paintings, heritage of the Taino Indians, merengue and bachata CD, cigars, liquid vanilla, jam, rum and coffee They are the main souvenirs that can be brought. They are found everywhere, especially on beaches and in local markets.