Best of the North Coast
- Where to Go
- The Best of the Dominican Republic
- A Nature Lover’s Dominican Trek
- The Sexiest Dominican Beaches
- Historical Dominican Road Trip
- A Dominican Culture Tour
- Carnaval and Its Masks
- Planning Your Dominican Wedding
- Dominican Adventures
- Golfing the Dominican Republic
- Dominican Music and Dance
- La Ruta del Mango
- Day-Tripping in Monte Plata
- The Best Small Resorts
Windsurfing and Kiteboarding in Cabarete: Glide across the water at top speed where world champions ride. All, from beginner to pro, agree that Cabarete has some of the premier conditions for water sports in the entire world.
Diving and Snorkeling in Sosúa: Explore the coral gardens, walls, wrecks, and reefs off the coast of Sosúa in supreme diving conditions.
Museo del Ámbar Dominicano: This museum has the most impressive display of ancient resin in the country. Here, 40-million-year-old bugs lie frozen forever in a golden casing.
Salto del Río Damajagua 27 Charcos: Slip, slide, jump, and leap your way through a series of tunnels, caves, and pools. It’s an exhilarating test of your endurance and level of adrenaline addiction.
Cayo Arena: Just off the coast of Punta Rucia, this picturesque sandbar fits no more than 100 people at a time and offers up fantastic snorkeling. The constantly shrinking and expanding ultra-white sand of this tiny sandbar can be your Paradise Island for the afternoon.
© Ana Chavier Caamaño from Moon Dominican Republic, 4th edition