Why the Dominican Republic
Dominican Republic Has It All!
White Sandy Beaches
With Almost 800 Miles To Explore
Due to the high content of coral, most beaches are a brilliant white and the water ranges from a crystal clear light blue to a deep blue. Compared to numerous other countries in Latin America, the Dominican Republic is blessed with many of the world's best beaches. The D.R. beaches are covered in beautiful white sand, compared to many brown or grey beaches in Latin America.
Crystal Clear Waters
The Clarity Is Spectacular
Here in the Dominican Republic we live between two oceans, the Atlantic on the north shore and the Caribbean on the Southern coast. The clarity is phenomenal compared to the gulf and the Pacific coasts of Latin America.
The Incredible Culture
A Diverse Mixture Of Different Influences
From pollo guisado to Carnival you can't beat it. Merengue, a world-famous musical style, is the biggest contribution of the Dominican Republic to the global music scene.
From Beginner To Expert
You will find great surfing spots and surfing schools on both the north and south shores. Thanks to a consistent Atlantic swell, the north shore of the Dominican Republic is blessed with waves 350 days a year (mas o menos), attracting surfers from all around the world
Over 300 Days Per Year
All over the island you will see kiters homing their sport, outstanding and exciting. The Dominican Republic, Cabarete is loved for windsurfing, surfing as well as kiteboarding. With constant trade winds and warm waters is the ideal place to learn to Kitesurf. Cabarete is world famous for great kitesurfing conditions for every level.
Laser Training Cabarete
Carib Wind was founded in 1988 in Cabarete by MJ and Ari Barshi Windsurf champion, as the first water sports shop in the country. At that time, non-motorized water sports enthusiasts from around the world began to flock to this small seaside town, creating a community of free-spirited and passionate people.
Scuba For Everyone
SUPERIOR DIVE SOSUA
Come and enjoy the underwater beauty of Sosua Bay on the beautiful North Coast of the Dominican Republic. Join our dedicated team of dive professionals. We don’t cater to the masses and only dive in small groups or privately. Your safety and enjoyment is our number one priority.
8 World Class Golf Courses
With many premiere golf courses to choose from, the Dominican Republic has rapidly become the number one golf destination of the Caribbean. The Dominican Republic really lives up to the hype.
Fresh Passion Fruit
Oh My , So Good
How do you like your passion fruit juice? Fresh passion fruit is a popular staple all over Dominican Republic and is commonly used in drinks, desserts or even on its own.
World Class Cigars
The Best In The World
It’s no secret some of the best cigars in the world are made in the Dominican Republic. They vary in terms of flavor and strength, from the mild to the more muscle-bound.
When you taste this fried fish, you will experience what we all love on this island. Fresh and a taste of the sea like, shhhh don't say it......
When can you see whales in Samana?
Whale Watching in Samana Bay, Dominican Republic: Season starts January 15 and last until March 31, and this every single year.
Simply The Best
The majority of the Dominican coffee is Arabica. Main varieties are Caturra and typica. Coffee from the country have very rich-flavor not to forget it is dark roasted. Most people like it black with azucar (tons of sugar). Coffee production in the Dominican Republic is based mainly in the mountain regions of the country, in the highlands which form at least one-half of the area of Hispaniola. Introduced to the country in 1715.
In the Dominican Republic, there are around 150,000 hectares planted with cocoa by about 40,000 producers, with 36,236 farms registered, of which 16.5% are engaged in the production of organic cocoa.
Fresh Mangos to Bananas
Dominican Republic Fruit Scrumptious
Mango fruit pulp, the antioxidant vitamins A and C, Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), folate, other B vitamins and essential nutrients, such as potassium, copper and amino acids, are present. Mango peel and pulp contain other phytonutrients, such as the pigment antioxidants – carotenoids and polyphenols – and omega-3 and -6 polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Maybe should be at the top?
The rums of the Dominican Republic are famous around the globe, and it’s easy to understand why. Although we’re a little late for International Rum Day, which was on the 16th of August, here in the Dominican Republic we celebrate rum day every day! You’ve probably already seen, heard or even tasted one of the three B’s: Brugal, Barcelo, and Bermudez. But what makes them so special? Unlike most other rums, Dominican rums are much ‘smoother,’ due to the original and natural process of distillation and aging, a process that also produces their unique flavor.