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About Dominican Republic and Places to Visit
Vast sandy beaches, fabulous coastal landscapes, crystal clear water, impressive rocks, tropical forests, palm groves, mangroves, fruit and coffee plantations, colorful cities with colonial architecture, and a variety of landscapes attract about 4 million travelers from around the world to the Dominican Republic every year.
The Dominican Republic is located in the heart of the Caribbean, in the eastern part of Haiti Island, and is the second-largest country in the Caribbean region (after Cuba). It is washed by the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Caribbean Sea to the south. The Dominican Republic is the oldest country in the Americas, it was opened in 1492.
The Dominican Republic is known primarily for its heavenly landscapes and white palm beaches. Palm groves, banana, and citrus gardens grow here. There are also mango plantations, coffee and cocoa. Even experienced travelers will be amazed by the dynamics of Caribbean nature, such as huge waterfalls and national parks, including the main UNESCO World Heritage Site Parque Nacional del Este. Complementing the country’s natural beauty is a rich history that visitors can learn by visiting old towns, historic fortresses or Caribbean villages.
The Dominican Republic is famous for its fantastic beaches – vast, sandy, paradise. Some of the most beautiful stretches are in the Punta Cana area, the easternmost cape. The 30 km long coastline is famous for its prestigious hotel chains, which are visited by tourists from all over the world. The area is filled with lively clubs, bars, and restaurants. The coastal strip, which stretches between the regions of Puerto Plata and Bavaro (in the northern part), attracts not only white sand lovers but also snorkelers and admire the richness of coral reefs.
Only three Dominican airports have international status. These are Las Americas International Airport (SDQ), located in the capital of the Dominican Republic – Santo Domingo, Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ), and Gregorio Luperón International Airport (POP).