Dominican Republic is always in fashion for tourists and even for locals, there are some destinations that have aroused the interest of many to visit and document their experience in those places.
This week I want to share with you a list of 5 places that have become a trend because of the natural richness and diversity they offer to their visitors.
Let’s start with Las Yayitas, a nature reserve in Peravia Province located about 20 kilometers from Baní and known for its 10-meter waterfall. Crystal clear and, above all, cold water attracts many Dominicans who travel from Santo Domingo and even from more distant provinces to this community.
Montecristi is another place that has attracted a lot of attention from tourists, specifically after they placed the viewpoint in its main attraction, El Morro. Its natural, gastronomic and marine attractions make the province is at the peak of its tourism development.
The place has more than seven beaches, which offers a diversity of options for visitors to the jewel of the northwest.
For its easy access and its beautiful waters, Bayahibe attracts thousands of tourists among Dominicans and foreigners. Its main attraction is its iconic lighthouse which, in addition, has a bar that attracts the attention of locals and visitors.
This fishing village is an attraction in itself as it has multiple beaches on its coast, including the Blue Flag-certified Dominicus Beach and several diamond-white beaches on the Catalina and Saona Islands.
Rio Jamao in the Bride of the Atlantic, Puerto Plata, also makes our list. Well, this destination shows a great variety of landscapes that captivate those who decide to tour its surroundings. This river allows tourists to walk along trails that are surrounded by fresh vegetation, in addition to its crystalline waters that motivate anyone to take a dip.
Considered one of the most beautiful rivers in the Dominican Republic, Rio Partido in Salcedo, becomes our fifth hot destination on this list. This is one of the bluest rivers in the country and has definitely become one of the most visited by Dominicans and foreigners.