The deep southwest of the Dominican Republic, dubbed “El Sur Profundo,” is geographically removed from the country’s primary tourist destinations – but those who get closer will find that remoteness has its perks: the most biodiverse reserve and parks in the country, surfing beaches drawing athletes in search of their next break, fresh water cascades […]

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Jutting out of the DR’s northeastern shore and basking in the ocean, the nature haven that is the Samaná Peninsula is as coveted today as it was in the 16th century. Pirates hid in its lush, palm-filled forests, isolated beaches, and hidden caves, while European and Haitian troops competed over its deep water, protected bay. […]

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The Dominican Republic experience.

I first fell in love with its beaches, long stretches of white sand bordered by coconut palms, some of which are protected by the countless coral reefs. The Dominican Republic stretches over 1,025 miles of coastline and offers around 370 miles of beach. Most of these wild beaches aren’t known to travelers from around the […]

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