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Barahona
The DR?s tourist destination with the greatest biodiversity, the Barahona-Pedernales area of the country is the final frontier for local tourism development. These days, domestic travelers and international nature connoisseurs are the most frequent visitors.

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Bavaro & Punta Cana
Today, the East Coast beach strip is one of the best choices for those seeking the perfect beach and R&R (rest and relaxation) vacation. Bill and Hillary Clinton in April 2001 chose Punta Cana for their first sojourn after leaving the White House. Punta Cana is that perfect place for a honeymoon.

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Boca Chica
Fly in to Las Americas airport and in 15 minutes you can go wading into a natural giant swimming pool. This has traditionally made it a good choice for families with small children.  Boca Chica continues to be great for singles, with the Technology Institute of Las Americas in the area preparing the high tech gurus.

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Cabarete
Choose Cabarete if you love windsurfing. Cabarete is famous for having excellent conditions for the sport. Everything revolves around the six kilometers of Cabarete Beach. On a two kilometer stretch (Cabarete Bay) businesses of all types have sprung up, many run by foreigners who first came as tourists.

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Jarabacoa & Constanza
The two inland cities of Constanza and Jarabacoa are the jewels in the crown of the Central Mountain Range, the tallest range in the Caribbean, sometimes referred to as the Dominican Alps. For a complete change of pace, the crisp air and alpine vegetation is every bit as enthralling as the beaches.

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Juan Dolio
Juan Dolio and its neighbor beach town Guayacanes are for those who seek a couples or family restful vacation but like being able to take many excursions. If you are staying in Juan Dolio, you are equidistant from the culture, shopping and dining and nightlife of Santo Domingo.

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La Romana
This tourist area comprised of La Romana, Casa de Campo, Dominicus and Bayahibe is an excellent choice for R & R vacations, honeymoons, family holidays, family reunions, teenagers, active travelers, scuba divers and golfers.

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Playa Grande
Choose Playa Grande if you are a serious golfer. Many consider the Playa Grande Golf Course to be the best in the Dominican Republic. Golfers are calling it the Pebble Beach of the Caribbean.

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Puerto Plata
Puerto Plata is for those seeking an attractively-priced R&R vacation with the option of lots of places to visit in the vicinity. Choose Puerto Plata if you like to explore. Playa Dorada, Cofres?, Maim?n, and Luperon are the main tourism enclaves located near Puerto Plata city.

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Samana
Samana is a destination for nature lovers and adventurers. Green, green mountains, long beaches, solitude, lively little towns in between, turquoise waters. Samana is also a romantic destination, and several of its small hotels are perfect for honeymooners.

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Santo Domingo
Santo Domingo is the oldest city in the New World, where the settlement of all the Americas began. See the first cathedral, the first hospital. Wander down cobble stone streets among the Spanish colonial architecture and imagine how things were back in the 1600s.

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Sosua
Sosua is for bargain-hunters, explorers and singles looking for an active beach town, including a hopping night life. Sosua is centrally located on the North Coast, close to many other destinations you can explore on your own or on excursion. You will find many small hotels as well as large all-inclusive resorts.

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