There are several great options for beachfront vacations with Vacay For Less in the Dominican Republic.
Puerto Plata or the Silver Port, lies at the foot of Isabel de Torres Peak, right along the Atlantic Ocean, and was founded by Christopher Columbus. Punta Cana means ‘tips of white palms’ and it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean.
Here are some suggestions for things to do while visiting Puerto Plata with Vacay For Less.
One of the little known gems in Puerto Plata, the 27 Waterfalls can be viewed during a six-hour tour through dense tropical forest. Views of the canopy frequently include tropical birds. A series of 27 crystal clear pools are set within ancient limestone cliffs. Visitors can splash, swim, and play in the pools at the foot of the falls. Lunch is included, with grilled meat, pasta, salad, and fruit, served buffet style.
Teleferico Cable Car
What better way to learn about the city than from a cable car tour? This full-day city tour takes vacationers to a variety of landmarks, including the San Felipe Fort, Brugal Rum Center and Dominican Amber Museum. The tour even extends up Isabel de Toress Mountain, treating the tourists to an amazing view. The local guide gives an excellent history lesson throughout the tour.
Often called Paradise Island, this uninhabited island off the coast of Puerta Plata is a popular spot for snorkelers and tours via catamaran. A short speedboat ride from Punta Rucia is the common approach to the island. Swimming and snorkeling is available around the island, including the lagoons. Each tour is about 2.5 hours and visitors will see tropical fish, sea turtles, stingrays, and bright coral formations.
If vacation plans take you further south to Punta Cana, Vacay For Less recommends these spots.
Located in La Altagracia Province, the Bavaro Beach area was originally developed as a town for resort workers. Though it is now a very popular vacation spot, the area does not feel like a typical beach town. The shores are protected by an off-shore reef so the white sand beaches, turquoise water, snorkeling, parasailing, and hours of sun always await.
Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park
This privately owned and operated reserve is run by the Ecological Foundation and has been set aside for research, conservation and recreation. The network of trails available for tours lead to 12 fresh water lagoons which provide a habitat for birds, reptiles, and insects.
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