This star-studded festival is in Bavaro, a 20-minute drive away. It’s where some of the island’s most famous merengue...Read More
These Stone Age caves can only be reached by abseiling down a 20-metre wall of rock. Once you’re safely down, you’ve... Read More
Half-an-hour away from Punta Cana, Macao Beach is in its birthday suit. The stretch of sand here is completely... Read More
Uvero Alto isn’t big on shops, but the local plaza has a few souvenir kiosks sel... Read More
Souvenir-hunters should find what they’re looking for just outside their hotel, ... Read More
Tropical locations and casinos go together like, well, James Bond and martinis. ... Read More
Bayahibe Beach’s next-door neighbour is a haven for watersports, with everything... Read More
Baseball is as popular in the Dominican Republic as footie is the UK. If you’re ... Read More
Coco Tropical is the kind of Dominican hang-out you’ll find all over the island.... Read More
Cap Cana’s stylish marina is the go-to place for a night out. There’s something ... Read More
You might not get local cuisine at this tucked-away Asian restaurant, but chef S... Read More
As part of the Coconut Coast, Bavaro Beach is backed by a phalanx of palm trees.... Read More
The Dominican Republic’s ‘cayos’ – or islands – live up to their Robinson Crusoe... Read More
The resort’s hotels serve up the lion’s share of restaurants, but there are seve... Read More
Being so close to the Atlantic, seafood is what dominates the menus in Uvero Alt... Read More
Seafood is the stock-in-trade at this understated beachside restaurant. You can ... Read More
At night, Bavaro keeps things pretty low-key – evening entertainment is mostly g... Read More
You’ll find the odd casual beach bar serving up rum punches and the local Presid... Read More
Scape Park is an enormous nature reserve filled with caves, grottoes and natural... Read More
The tiny island of Isla Catalina, just south of La Romana town, makes for a grea... Read More
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