So, what’s the latest status on COVID and the Dominican Republic?

People write to us from alll over the world asking; “what is the status of COVID in the Dominican Republic?” We decided to write this blog post to keep you updated, and if you are considering traveling to the Dominican Republic, you can make an informed decision. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS TO DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Most travelers (for…

On the way to the Cotubanamá National Park, a safe route and to enjoy the most

Embark on a catamaran from Bayahibe to visit the natural pool and Saona Island, live the experience of sailing on the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea and get to know the Cotubanamá National Park is a privilege that is available to all who come to visit Republic Dominican and almost a must visit.

Time of whale watching! From JAN 15 to MAR 31

Take a Catamaran excursion to Isla Saona to see the whales

Saona Island is a short distance from the mainland and can be reached comfortably with fast catamaran boats. As a protected nature reserve, the island has white and pure sand and magnificently beautiful and beautiful waters. It is the largest coastal island in the country, with an area of ​​42 mi2 (68 km2) and houses 112 species of birds, turtles, sharks, dolphins, whales and manatees.

Protected areas of the Dominican Republic, Nature in the Pure State

  Protected areas of the Dominican Republic, Nature in the Pure State: a new book by José Manuel Mateo Féliz and Adolfo López Belando   The Dominican Republic has 120 Protected Areas, visited by almost 800 thousand people each year. Ecotourism attracts more visitors every day and benefits the communities where it develops.   The…

Palmchat bird, the National bird of Dominican Republic, on Saona Island

Closely associated with the palm trees coating the beaches of Saona Island in the Dominican Republic, there are the Palmchat, the Cigua Palmera in Spanish, is the national bird of Dominican Republic, and its scientific name is Dulus Dominicus.