Puerto Plata, the largest city on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. All amenities. Pretty nice place, with a shaded park, two museums of amber, the national treasure, and a fun ride by cable car to the top of a nearby ridge, from which there are good views of the coast.
The magic that surrounds the Ivan García Guerra Theatre School makes it a place worth visiting. The service is very good thanks to its friendly and respectful staff. It's an excellent place to learn more about Dominican culture and also works with the Meeting Place where we can meet people from other countries to exchange travel books and enjoy their specialty of the house his famous iced tea.
It is on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. It has an Adventure Park, Marina and Casino, which were both built recently. Park facilities include the world's largest manmade habitat for dolphins. Visitors have the opportunity to swim with the dolphins, meet them or just watch their show. There are also sea lions, well known for their pleasant and funny shows, ve will hug and kiss you. It also has a huge aquarium with thousands of species of fish and if you want you can go snorkeling inside. Following the walk, find a tropical forest, where you can get in touch with tropical birds. If you want to hang out at the pool, you can take a swim with tigers, ve may come to greet you, as they share the same pool but obviously they are separated by glass. For those ve are a little more adventurous, you can go for a swim with the stingrays and then touch and feed a small shark. It is truly an unforgettable experience. A park really worth visiting in Puerto Plata!
Kite Beach beach, is a few years old, and it wasn't terribly special. It is a beautiful beach in Dominican Republic as so, but seven years ago began to be used for kite surfing, hence came the name. It has become one of the most important beaches in the country with some of the best Kite schools, some new projects, and nice hotels. But it is still a pretty AsalvajadA beach, which is appreciated. It is not crowded, as it seems to belong to a small town called (Cabarete) , you see the horses run every morning, and if you Kite Surf, you will see turtles on the beach ... In short it is a charming little beach and if you come to visit I recommend that you stay at Ocean Point. It's not cheap but it has the best views and the best apartments in the area. ALso you can eat a burger with spicy tuna at the small school restaurant Kite Club, which is super cheap with great eats, and you will share a table with others.
The bay of Puerto Plata today lives for and by tourism. There's a stretch of sand estimated to be 300,000 square meters. You can admire all the coast from its cable car, which boasts an amazing panoramic view.
One of the most beautiful attractions in the north of Dominican Repulic are the 28 waterfalls of Damajagua. I encourage you to visit Puerto Plata and do not miss seeing this natural wonder with completely transparent water which is refreshing and relaxing. It's best you don't even consider heading up to the jumpos without the help of professional guides.