ARE YOU TRAVELING TO THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC?
WARNING: Believe it or not, you’re about to fall in love.
The Dominican Republic stands out among the most exciting countries in this area of the Caribbean Sea. Virtually borderless, very close to the eastern coast of North America and just a few hours flight from the countries of Western Europe and what a more magnificent adventure than a cruise trip with a journey that brings people from other latitudes with really extreme climates to This haven is the Caribbean Sea with crystal clear waters, fantastic waves, whose mists of the sea for the dark glasses of tourists, fanning desires to live, to enjoy such a beautiful sight. Wonderful places for lodging, exquisite food, rich in seafood, music that invites you to revive the soul, to smile at life and most importantly to interact with the culture of the beautiful people of the Caribbean and with the people or people of this Wonderful land Quisqueyana.
The Dominican Republic is well known for its rich cultural heritage and its reputation as a merengue country, crystalline and beautiful beaches, beautiful people, stable weather throughout the year, security and a host of tourist activities to discover all along the length and breadth of This beautiful island.
The richness and diversity of the cultural heritage of the Dominican Republic is a product of the interaction of indigenous, African and European cultures, expressed throughout the national territory through tangible manifestations of high value. The original Historical Cultural Patrimony in all the America owns the Dominican Republic: The Alcázar de Colón, the Primate Cathedral of America, the Ozama Fortress, the Museum of the Royal Houses, the National Botanical Garden, the Malecón de Santo Domingo and the Palace of Fine Arts were chosen as the Seven Treasures of the Cultural and Material Heritage of Santo Domingo
Today, it is a Latin American country in the Caribbean Sea, contemporary, with an international character and a generous spirit towards all, and is the main reason why tourists love to come here.
Do not you think there are enough reasons to fall in love? Be careful, if you prefer low temperatures and mountainous climate, Dominican Republic offers you:
Constanza, with an altitude of 1,250 meters above sea level, you will not be able to believe that you are still in the Caribbean when you enjoy the pines, the architecture of the summer cabins, the small hotels and the beautiful valley planted with fruits, flowers, and vegetables. Its climate is temperate oceanic or Atlantic climate with cold temperatures all year round with an average annual temperature of the city is 18.4 ° C. During January, February and March the temperature can reach -5 degrees.
Constanza is a town that never fails to captivate and surprise those who seek an adventure, spend a recent vacation, and meet the spectacular mountains and forests of the Dominican Republic. Constanza, a scenic agricultural village, famous for the cultivation of flowers, strawberries, and vegetables at 1,220 meters above sea level and with an area of 30 square kilometers, is nestled in the most fertile valley of the Caribbean, where flowers and flowers are grown. Ornamental plants, like potatoes, carrots, lettuce, celery, garlic, and large strawberries.
Jarabacoa, located in the mountains, is considered the City of Eternal Spring in the Dominican Republic. The name of Jarabacoa is composed of the words ‘Jaraba’ and ‘Coa,’ which is supposed to imply the approximate meaning of “Tierra de Fuentes de Agua.” Located in the same valley of Jarabacoa, 525 meters above sea level in the heart of the Central Mountain Range, it is known as the region of Eternal Spring. Pleasant temperatures, the longest rivers of the Caribbean (Yaque del Norte River, 300 kilometers), impressive waterfalls and the closest of the highest mountains of the Antilles including Pico Duarte of 3-087 meters, make Jarabacoa a place unique in the hemisphere.
It is worthwhile to be seduced by the best landscapes of the Caribbean.
The Dominican Republic offers visitor security and tranquility. Most travelers stay in hotels and resorts on the east side of the island, where the only serious risk is suffering from a severe sunburn. On the other hand, large cities such as Santo Domingo or Santiago may have some areas not recommended for tourists; most visitors travel unharmed. It is recommended to travel with tourist guides when going to remote places or visit the cities where there may be certain risks. The Dominican Republic ranks 76th in the ranking of the safest countries in the world.
Editor: Edward De Valle II
Managing Partner and CEO / Profusion Group
Board Memeber / LINKS Travel Trade Marketing and Public Relations