About These Places

Come and visit the most beautiful places that the Dominican Republic has for you

Faro a Colón

El Faro a Colón (since 1992), known as Faro Colón, is a Dominican monument and museum built in honor of Christopher Columbus, discoverer of the New World.

Alcázal Don Diego Colón

The Alcázar de Colón, granted to Diego Colón, firstborn son of the discoverer of America, Christopher Columbus, by King Ferdinand the Catholic, to build a dwelling for him and his descendants on the island of Hispaniola, which he arrived in 1509 in governor quality.

Basilica Cathedral of Santa María la Menor

The National Palace of the Dominican Republic (since 1947), is the official home of the President of the Republic and seat of the Executive Power of that country.

The Basílica Catedral Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia 

The basilica of Higuey (since 1971), officially named basilica cathedral Our Lady of Altagracia, is a modern Catholic sanctuary that is located in the city of Salvaleón de Higüey, in the Dominican Republic.

National Palace

The National Palace of the Dominican Republic (since 1947), is the official home of the President of the Republic and seat of the Executive Power of that country.

The three eyes

The lake was discovered in 1916, for the North American intervention. Its name refers to its three main lakes, but there is one more, only that the first three are the most visible, there is a fourth lake that can be seen from the surface without having to enter the cavern.

Saona Island

Isla Saona is located in the extreme southeast of the Dominican Republic. It is part of the Eastern National Park and is known for mangroves, coral reefs and beaches lined with palm trees, such as Palmilla. The shallow waters of the island harbor starfish.

The best Excursion in Buggies

We have the best excursions in buggies approximately 3 hours, including a 20-minute stop at Playa Macao, a natural cave and a cocoa factory.

Macao Beach

Playa Macao contains white sand with palm trees in its surroundings and is one of the few beaches in the region that has not been invaded by hotels. It is very popular with locals and it is also a tourist spot for surfers and those who make tours in buggies and four wheels.

Indigenous eyes Ecological Park & Reserve (Punta Cana)

The Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park and Reserve is a private protected area owned and operated by the Puntacana Ecological Foundation. Consisting of lowland subtropical forest, the reserve is 1,500 acres of land dedicated to conservation, scientific research, and recreation.

Hoyo Azul at Cap Cana

Discover and enjoy the waters of a hidden cenote located at the foot of a 75mt high cliff with the most astonishingly turquoise waters nature can offer. Pass over a bridge with a stunning panoramic view of the magnificent Farallon Cliff; visit various plant stations and learn all about the flora, fauna and endemic species of the island.

Coco Bongo Show & Disco

Travelers looking to dance the night away while sipping strong tropical cocktails under flashing lights with thumping beats will love the classic island party experience at CoCo Bongo Punta Cana.

Imagine Punta Cana (The Cave)

Imagine Punta Cana, which is known as “The Cave” in Punta Cana’s nighttime reference, that is, “EL SITIO”, because it is a discotheque inside a cave where music, people, love and especially a lot of rum.

Altos de Chavón

Altos de Chavón (since 1971), is an old Mediterranean-type villa built on a height above the Chavón River, in La Romana, Dominican Republic. It is home to a Cultural Center, the National Archaeological Museum, and the City of Artists

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