While exploring the great Puerto Plata, you’ll probably discover a theme – this place is a lush, tropical paradise just waiting to be discovered. That, or you’ll be lounging it on the beach at the resort – either one is a great experience, and it’s your vacation to do with what you will, after all. But if you find yourself more of the former than the latter and are looking for some great things to do in Puerto Plata, then why not get out there and do some exploring? The Dominican Republic has some amazing jungle, and what’s better – some amazing waterfalls.
Sure, it’s easy to feel like you’ve seen everything and done everything that there is to do in the Dominican Republic, but I can guarantee that you’ve never experienced anything like the Altos de Chavon.
Also known as 27 Waterfalls, the, Damajaca Cascades are one of the Dominican Republic’s great treasures. While there are a great many things to do in the Dominican Republic, seeing some of the great outdoors is a very popular activity choice (for good reason), as it lets you take in the beauty of your host surroundings and get some outdoor adventure under your belt. If, while in the Dominican Republic, you’re looking for some fun in the sun that isn’t beach time, you need to check out the Damajaca Cascades.
The Dominican Republic’s Punta Cana is a treasure trove of sunshine and fun in the sun no matter where you go. From dune buggy rides to catamarans out on the open water, you’ve got your fair share of fun things to do in Punta Cana. But even with all this there are some places that are climbing the popularity ranks faster than others. One of these rising stars in the becoming-popular Bavaro.
Puerto Plata is the escape of choice when heading to the Dominican Republic. This idyllic little resort town offers amazing sunshine, gorgeous beaches, and a slew of fun outdoor activities to enjoy. One of these primo activities (aside from grabbing the nearest pina colada, that is) is whale watching.
Romantic ideas don’t have to be hard to come by. You’re in the Caribbean, after all. There are few other more romantic places on earth, and at the time of this writing, I’m hard pressed to think of one better than Punta Cana.