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The Dominican Republic is a paradise waiting to be discovered. This country is working hard to preserve its natural resources.
Natural resources, a rich history (Santo Domingo is the oldest colonial city in America) and the perfect location, make the Dominican Republic a Caribbean haven. It is a place apart, where the happy and friendly candor of the Dominican blends easily with visitors and emigrants from the world over to create a rich international atmosphere.
It boasts the oldest Cathedral, University, Hospital, Hotel and many more buildings dating back to the 1500's. Columbus chose this island to settled in. Hi son was later governor of the island. This was the seat of the Viceroy (representative of the Spanish king in the colonies) making the island a must-visit before continuing on to the rest of the Americas. Many people arrived, fell in love with the island and settled here... thus, the Dominican Republic boasts a true cultural melting pot, giving birth to its multi-cultural fusion cuisine which includes Spanish, French, Italian, German and Middle Eastern influences among others.
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The Dominican Republic has varied terrain and an array of micro-climates, thus offering something for everyone.
The island is the second largest in the Caribbean with 76,480 square kilometers (29,529 square miles). The Dominican Republic's side occupies 48,308 square kilometers (18,651.823 square miles) of the island. The highest point in the Caribbean—Pico Duarte, elevation 10,417 feet— is here. So is the lowest: Lago Enrriquillo which lies 144 feet below sea level. Both are surrounded by lush tropical forests dripping with wild orchids and bromeliads and alive with flocks of parrots and flamingos, dramatic dunes landscaped with cactus, thundering mountain waterfalls and quiet seaside lagoons — All framed by some of the world's most beautiful beaches.
Whether you're up for a stroll along a deserted beach, a hike to the Taíno caves in Parque del Este or an expedition into the heart of urban Santo Domingo—the oldest colonial city in America—there are plenty of places worth hiking to.
Off the east coast of the Dominican Republic the Mona Passage is one of the most prolific habitats for billfish. Comfortable Marinas and experienced captains will take you into the blue to experience the thrill of blue and white marlin. Be kind, release them afterwards. There are also many shallow estuaries and river mouths rife with tarpon and snook.
With three peaks over 10,000 feet, the Cordillera Central is often called the Dominican Alps. Repelling and rafting in the Río Yaque del Norte, a mild whitewater river, offers many thrills. A real challenging thrill is the climb to Pico Duarte. Guided tours that spend a night or two at shelters along the trail make the trip a little easier, yet, each year, less than 1,000 people make it all the way to the top.
Beach, beach, and more beach. The coastline is fringed with some of the finest beaches in the Caribbean. Hammocks, beach bars and miles of palm tree shaded beaches beckon.
The Bay at Samaná and the nearby Silver Banks offshore offer some of the most dependable and thrilling animal encounters in the region. An estimated 3,000 humpback whales linger here from January to March during their annual migration between the North Atlantic and the Caribbean.
The north coast of the island is host to surfers, windsurfers and kite boarders alike. Cabarete is one of the top destinations for windsurfing and kiteboarding. Portillo in the north coast of Samaná is also a favorite kiteboarding and windsurfing destination. Classes are available for those wishing to try.
More than four million tourists visit the island every year and most return to the land where time passes at a slower pace than the rest of the world. This is due to the fact that for Dominicans, there is always time for fishing, playing baseball and golf, dancing Merengue, delighting in an exquisite local or international culinary masterpiece, and smoking a fine cigar, a great product of the Dominican Republic. This is a place to rest, relax and be happy.
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