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Best things to do in Dominikanische Republik

Natural Feature
“Der ideale Karibik pur-Ausflug - individuell für unsere Gäste - in kleinen Gruppen. Von der Buchung bis zum Cuba Libre am karibischen Traumstrand alles aus einer Hand. Wir machen eure schönste schönsten Träume wahr!”
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“COCO BONGO PUNTA CANA, one of the greatets discos of the caribbean, Alkquimia clients has excelent prices even with the transfer included in expecific days.”
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Historische Stätte
“Ciudad Colonial is the historic central neighborhood of Santo Domingo and the oldest permanent European settlement of the Americas. It has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is also known as Zona Colonial or more colloquially as "La Zona". A day trip is only 45 minutes away from Juan Dolio.”
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“Walking distance, Palma Real Shopping Village provides a one-stop destination for shopping, eating, ATMs, pharmacy and more. It is home to upscale renowned retail stores, ​restaurants and cafes including some local establishments. Hard Rock Cafe, Tony Roma's, Montecristo Discotheque & many others.”
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“Only 5 minute drive, this is a central area for shopping, grocery stores, restaurants, and fast food.”
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“DescriptionCatalina Island or Isla Catalina is a tropical island located 1.5 miles from the mainland on the south-east corner of the Dominican Republic, near La Altagracia and La Romana. It is an occasional destination for cruise ships on Caribbean routes. In particular, Costa Cruises has a private beach on the island. ”
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“This mall houses various name brands and stores that will interest you is you are wanting to shop till you drop. The prices are favorable and the IKEA is literally across the street. Avoid going if it is any peak times or rush hour; it will feel like you are never getting out of the traffic jam. $$$$”
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Night Club
“Imagine is a night club inside a natural cave formation with real bats flying in the entryway! Opens at 11 pm and closes around 4 am, this is the best place to experience and dance away latin as well as international music. ”
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“Great food. Every Friday live music with the local band. On Mondays Sushi 2x1!”
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Surf Spot
“Der Stand von Macao hat kleine Hütten die Fisch, Langusten und auch Hünchen anbieten. Serviert mit Reis und Salat, meistens auch mit Platano frito ( Fritierte Kochbananen) Hier gibt es auch 2 Surfschulen wo man einen Surf Kurs machen kann. Mit dem Auto in ca 15 min zu erreichen. ”
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“You will enjoy coming to this mall because it houses names brands that are rocognized world wide. To name a few: Rolex, Louis Vuitton, Gucci and other high end fashion stores. This mall is affluent $$$$$$”
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“Take an excursion to Los Haitises National Park, a great day trip for nature lovers!”
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“Playa blanca is a popular beach destination amongst locals and tourists, for its crystalline clear waters and great restaurant, it is located right next to the Westin Resort in Puntacana. Also very popular for its kitesurfing school. Perfect place to lunch, swim and watch the day go by! Local tip: go during weekdays, as weekends tend to be more crowded. ”
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“Bluemall is the largest mall in the area. It has international stores like Zara, Zara Home, L'Occitane, Nike, Under armor, Swarovski, Desigual, Parfois, Superga. Other local stores to shop: Handmade: Beautiful handmade jewelry with materials Larimar (Produced in DR only), amber, silver, and gold. Merci: International beachwear brands like Mara Hoffman. Cappucchine: Eccentric beachwear and colombian swimwear collections. KB: Dominican jewelry chain store and beach accessories. ”
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Botanical Garden
“The largest botanical gardens in the Caribbean, the Jardín Botánico Nacional graces the capital city with over 400 acres (two-square kilometers) of nature preserve filled with the island’s native trees, including multiple species of palm, flowers—over 300 species of orchids—and birds, such as the country’s national palm chat. A trolley tour takes you through its multiple exotic corners, the most popular of which is the Japanese garden, with a manicured, lakeside lawn ideal for picnics. Beginner or avid bird watchers can sign up for guided hikes organized by the Hispaniola Ornithological Society.”
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Water Park
“Freizeitpark in Puerto Plata, Delfine, Haie, Seeloewen, Papageien und mehr..., oder abends in die Bar La Teraza bei Live Music, direct an der Marina Cofresi ”
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