Bordering the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Caribbean Sea to the south, the Dominican Republic shows the highest Caribbean mountains in Central Cordillera, Pico Duarte (3175 m) and Las Lucilla (3049 m). Between Central Cordillera and Northern Cordillera is the largest and most fertile Shibao Valley in the country. In short, this contrasting geography suggests a wonderful variety of landscapes and natural locations that are useful for sporting activities in the heart of this privileged nature.
Remember the possibility of participating in a baseball game, the true passion that connects all Dominicans, or the possibility of sharing an unforgettable moment as a couple with friends and family at one of the leisure parks. Request a program!
With a 1,600km coastline sublimating to 400km of the world’s most beautiful beaches, the Dominican Republic is the perfect place to practice all kinds of water sports, including sailing (mini-catamaran cruises), windsurfing, water skiing, surfing and kitesurfing. .. , Stand up paddleSnorkeling, scuba diving, big game fishing.
Internationally famous spot
Surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing: Located on the northeast coast, Cagbalete has a very international atmosphere and is considered one of the 10 best spots in the world for wind sports (schools with qualified instructors). Here, there are no coral reefs and the winds provide great waves all year round. Las Terenas on the Samana Peninsula has spots for kitesurfing at Puntapoppy and surfing at Playa Bonita. In Punta Cana, Macau is a famous beach for surfing, but Playa Blanca attracts more kite surfers.
Also must-see: Playa Caribbean east of Bokachika for surfing, Playabu Enhombre in the Montecristi region for kitesurfing, Barahona’s Playaros Patos for surfing …
scuba diving : The waters of the Dominican Republic have both spectacular coral reefs and shipwrecks, including Spanish galleons stuck between XVIs.e And XVIIIe century. Discover a wide variety of fish and animal species (groupers, barracudas, turtle rays, sponges, etc.) and corals, visit underwater caves, and participate in night diving. The most notable places are found in the regions of Catalina and Saona, Samana Peninsula, Bocachica, Bayahibe, Punta Cana, Puerto Plata and Montecristi.
To know: In the Dominican Republic, PADI-certified scuba diving clubs and schools meet international management and safety standards and offer courses in most foreign languages, including French.
Sport fishing: Bokachika, Bayahibe, Laromana, Punta Cana (including Playa Kabe Sadetro to the south of the resort), Samana Peninsula, Puerto Plata and Monte Cristi are known as recreational fishing destinations for Marlin, Swordfish, Barracuda, Groupers and Dolphins. increase.
The Dominican Republic, in the heart of the Caribbean Islands, meets the expectations of our guests for sports and activities while enjoying the incredibly diverse landscapes and ecosystems. For those who love hiking, riding, mountain biking, trekking, canyoning, rafting, paragliding and mountaineering, it’s a great “nature” destination.
For all the desires of escape
Hiking and trekking: The 29 national parks that span the entire Dominican territory are particularly popular for all forms of hiking and trekking, making them a natural place for all levels of practice. Some important examples: For mountain biking, don’t miss the areas of Barahona, Cagbalete, Constanza, or Jarabacoa. On the Samana Peninsula, horseback riding excursions to El Limon Falls must be accessible to all travelers. And for more adventurous, a few days’ expedition to Pico Duarte, the highest mountain in the Caribbean (3,175m), is magical.
Rafting and Canyoning: In the Jarabacoa region and the Constanza Valley, inflatable raftes guarantee strong emotions as they descend the turbulence of the Jimenoa and Yakedernorte rivers. did you know ? It is also possible to combine canyoning and rappelling in the northern and central regions. Puerto Plata offers the perfect place for this type of adventure. And in Harabacoa, the landscape of the Byguate Gorge is even steeper.
Paraglider: Paragliding tours are offered year-round and offer stunning views of the mountain towns of Jarabacoa and Constanza. A qualified instructor will guide the expert to an open takeoff point, firmly attached to the guide.
Passion for golf
The Dominican Republic exposes more than 30 golf courses (including the sea and near the sea) that span the entire territory between the Caribbean, Atlantic Ocean, tropical vegetation and mountains. They were largely designed by renowned designers and former players such as Gary Player in the Santo Domingo area, Pete Dye in La Romana in the Casa de Campo Resort & Villas luxury tourism complex, and Robert Trent Jones Sr. in Puerto Plata. Playa Grande, Jack Nicklaus, Jose Pepe Gunsed, Nick Faldo, Tom Fazio, or Punta Cana PB Die. An internationally recognized and high quality course that appeals to professionals, amateurs and beginners alike.
Where to play golf (International Golf Tour Operators Association – Some examples of 18-hole courses recognized by IAGTO)? Santo Domingo Region: Kayakoa Golf Club (25 minutes from the capital), Guavaberry Golf & Country Club, Los Marlins Golf Course in Fundrio.
La Romana: Three masterpieces by Pete Dye at Casa de Campo Resort & Villas (Daifor, Teeth of the Dog, The Links). Puntakana: Puntakana Resort & Club’s Corales Golf Club and Lakana Golf Club, Capkana’s Punta Espada Golf Club, Catalonia Bavaro Resort’s Cabesa del Toro Golf Club and Caribbean Golf Club, Barcelo Bavaro Beach Resort’s Lakes Barcelo Golf Course, Coco Tal Golf & Country Club (Melia Hotels & Resorts), Iberostar Babaro Golf Club in Bavaro, Punta Blanca Golf Club in Macau, Hard Rock Golf Club. Puerto Plata: Playa Dorada Golf Course and Playa Grande Golf & Ocean Club.
Leisure park for the whole family
Designed in perfect harmony with the natural environment, the Dominican Leisure Park is open all year round. They compete at attractions for the time of the day to share moments of pure happiness with their families. Punta Cana has the widest range of offers: Bavaro Adventure Park (zipline, climbing garden, segway circuit, paintball, bungee trampoline, flight simulator, mountain bike track, etc.), Scape Park (walking or horse riding hiking, etc.) Zipline, Swimming) Senote’s HoyoAzul), Rad Park (Watersports), Aquarium, Monkeyland (Two families of Lismonkeys), Manatí Park (150 tropical animal species), Dolphin Island Park, Dolphin Explorer, Buccaneers Caribbean (Caribbean) “Style show).
In Puerto Plata, don’t miss Ocean World Adventure Park, which is very popular with kids who can get intimate with dolphins and seals and take them to the pool slides. A fun city for go-karts. Monkey Jungle Park (Monkey Park between Sosua and Cagbalete) is home to sapajas and capuchin monkeys, and has a seven-platform zipline, a botanical garden, and an ancient Taino cave.
Did you say baseball?
Dominican professional baseball has existed since 1955, when the Dominican Republic’s Professional Baseball League (LIDOM) was founded. It’s a national sport, an institution, a true passion! The “Pelota” (Spanish for “ball”) season runs from mid-October to the end of January, with six teams competing at major professional baseball stadiums nationwide. Therefore, advise customers who go to the Dominican Republic during this period to go see the “juegode pelota”, as the Dominicans say.
The main stadiums are in Santo Domingo, Santiago, San Pedro de Macolis, or La Romana. The two players who have been inducted into the Cooperstown Hall of Fame are proud of national baseball. Juan Marichal, the pitcher of the San Francisco Giants in 1983, and Pedro Martinez, the pitcher of the Boston Red Sox in 2015.
Pro-to-Professional … Jakaira Cid, Sales Director Manureva Tours Dominican Republic
“The Dominican Republic, as a secluded playground. Whether you’re a thrill lover or a more relaxed activity, the Dominican Republic has something to surprise your customers.
Our bespoke production offers you multiple possibilities:
use Heaven beach A spectacular view of Puerto Plata, nicknamed the “Atlantic Bride.” In addition to the Dream Beach, this northern state has a natural place protected from mass tourism.
Practice swing The Playa Dorada Golf Course in Puerto Plata and the Los Mangos Golf Course in Costable: Two of the best courses in the region, offering excellent facilities, stunning sea views and a pleasant natural environment.
Explore the inside of the island Rivers, springs, mangroves, forests By following the 27 “charcos” paths in Damajagua A series of natural pools and waterfalls It runs along the river from the highlands of Puerto Plata to the plains.
Meet and swim with dolphins, sea lions, sharks, manta rays and other marine animals. Ocean World Adventure Park.. In addition to the water park, the park has all the services to spend a perfect day, including restaurants, live music, shows and a stunning terrace overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Explore one of Puerto Plata’s best-preserved secrets: El Choco National Park and its beckoning landscape Hiking, caving, lagoon boating, biking tours.. The trail crosses a tropical forest with cocoa and coffee plantations inhabited by hundreds of species of birds, lizards and other animals.
Introduction or completion Many water sports At Cagbalete. Thanks to its favorable waves and winds, this small town is a great place for surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing in the Dominican Republic.
Enter the water with Fillet and snorkel or scuba diving Observe the colorful sights of stunning coral reefs full of marine life, such as the Kayo Arena and Sosua Bay.
Feel the adrenaline rush 9 zip line A special course with a spectacular finish in a refreshing swimming pool specially designed for adventure.
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