Nightlife in Las Terrenas
It’s Chinola time in the Dominican Republic!
After a lazy day spent soaking up the vibrant Caribbean sun, visitors in the Dominican Republic top off their evenings with a delightful dinner, followed by a night out in town. While the people of the Dominican Republic excel in a variety of ways, they truly shine when it comes to clubbing and nightlife. The […]
Carnival in the Dominican Republic
” I may have a chinola addiction” There is a slogan that says “the Dominican Republic is a wonderland country” and it can be suitable even in the gastronomic field most of all if we are speaking about fruits offer. The Dominican Republic has vegetables and fruits that are perfect accomplices for the elaboration of […]
Ruta del Café’: Dominican Republic’s Coffe Road Excursions
The Uruguayan writer Jose Cantero says that when the carnival is unleashed the jubilation runs around the open air and the feeling, with his charm, gives free rein to the festivities. This describes what happens in the Dominican carnival, the most popular and most traditional festival in the Dominican Republic, dating back to the time […]
10 Facts about Coconut Oil
Period: during all the year Itinerary: departure from Las Terrenas, it is half day trip to El Limon and plantations in the Sierra de Samana’ Duration: 4 hours (approx.) The Dominican Republic is world-renowned for the production of coffee and its quality. Coffee like cacao is an essential part of the economy in the Dominican Republic and it’s […]
What to pack for a Caribbean Holidays in Las Terrenas
Coconut is a very common fruit in the Dominican Republic. If you raise your head and look at the tall palm trees that are everywhere, you will see many coconuts. But take care, It’s better to not lay under a palm tree that has coconuts on because it is very dangerous if they fall down. […]
Is Dominican Republic safe to travel?
” I get ideas about what’s essential when packing my suitcase” Are you right now living the cold and grey winter and trying to survive the never ending winter? It’s time to escape the cold and travel with us to the green and untouched destination of Las Terrenas, in the Dominican Republic. The destination is […]
Whale watching experience in Samana’ Bay
We are living in the Dominican Republic nearly since 2 years and a lot of friends and relatives comes to visit us. They just fall in love with this country, but who does not? Anyway, the first question of our friends and relatives, as well as our clients, is always: “ Is that a safe […]
Dominican Republic GETAWAY : long weekends 2017
Period: from January to end of March Itinerary: the boat tours start from Samana’ Bay, Dominican Republic Departure: reach your embarkation point in Samana’ Port at least 30 minutes before scheduled departure. Have you ever had the desire to watch some whales close to you like feeling suddenly in a Moby Dick scenery? You dream […]
Have a BITE of Dominican history: Who was Juan Pablo Duarte?
If 2016 was rather an unfortunate year in terms of long weekends to be matched with holidays, with 2017 – that just begun – the outlook is quite another. Much better. The opportunities to break from the usual routine will not fail to take a short trip back door or just enjoy a little rest. […]
“Vivir sin Patria, es lo mismo que vivir sin honor”. J.P. Duarte When you walk through the Colonial Zone in Santo Domingo or you get around Dominican Republic it’s easy to hear the name “Duarte” associated with some streets, addresses, shops or some buildings. Have you ever been curious to know who Duarte was? Today […]