Known for its beaches, resorts, and golfing, the Dominican Republic is a Caribbean nation.
Comprised of rainforests, savannahs, and highlands, the Dominican Republic has a mild tropical climate that rarely rises above 90 and never sees freezing temperatures.
While on the island, the Amber cove will provide a relaxing day during which you can drift down a slow-moving river in a tube or hang out on Cabarete-Kite beach.
Tour Fort San Felipe and imagine what it was like to defend this island from pirates and corsairs in 1577. You could also choose to spend the day either on top of or in the waters of the Caribbean while visiting La Roman.
Explore the area during a stand-up paddleboard safari or snorkel at The Wall, just off the shore of Isla Catalina. Samana in the Dominican Republic overlooks Samana Bay, where thousands of humpback whales join up during the winter months.
Secluded, Samana is a paradise of wild beaches, coconut plantations, and rainforests that will be a refreshing change of pace in this all-too hectic world!