Fortaleza San Felipe is a historic Spanish fortress located in the north of Dominican Republic in the province of Puerto Plata.
Los Tres Ojos is the name given to a 50-yard open-air limestone cave located in the Mirador del Este park, in the Santo Domingo Este…
The first cathedral in Americas, built between 1521 and 1540. It carries great significance to the West.
Lusting for fabulous view from the top of the mountain? Take a cable car up where the statue of Jesus and botanical garden await you.
Which trip can be more romantic than horse riding to the waterfalls? You must be fit to undergo such trip, but it's well worth the effort.
The Ozama Fortress was built in 1502 by the Spanish at the entrance to Santo Domingo's Ciudad Colonial, Dominican Republic, and overlooking…
Altos de Chavón is a re-creation of a Mediterranean style European village located atop the Chavón River in La Romana, Dominican Republic.
What if we tell you that this beach looks like the screensaver? Fallen coconuts and beauty in the wild way.
Large, open air plaza, closed to traffic, which makes it very comfortable to stroll. Plus it's lined with cafes and restaurants.
Bayahíbe is a town in the Dominican Republic, located about 10 miles east of La Romana on the shore of the Caribbean Sea.
The Alcázar de Colón, or Columbus Alcazar, located in Santo Domingo's Ciudad Colonial, Dominican Republic, and forms part of the Ciudad…
La Isabela in Puerto Plata Province, Dominican Republic was the first Spanish town in the Americas.
Brugal is the name and brand of a variety of rums from the Dominican Republic produced by Brugal & Co., C. por A.
Thriving gardens with tropical plants, swimming with dolphin, holding the birds or iguanas, feeding the monkeys. Sounds like fun?
Cayo Levantado, also known as Bacardi Island, is an islet in Samaná Bay, which belongs administratively to Samaná Province, in the…
Do you seek a family or restful vacation? Juan Dolio can offer you that, plus it has perfect location for excursions to busier places.