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Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

Best Value In The Caribbean

Puerto Plata is known for it's beautiful beaches and rich underwater sites. Nearby Cabarete is a world famous hub for windsurfing, surfing, and kiteboarding. Playa Dorada is for those who want to relax in style on golden stretches, with seaside activities near the city, from canyoning at 27 Charcos of Damajagua waterfalls to snorkeling at Cayo Arena, and relaxing at Ocean World Marina. Puerto Plata Has something for everyone.
Active Adventure

Active Adventure

Viva Wyndham Tangerine, 5 Nts, All - Inclusive w/Air From: $509

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Week Long Steal

Week Long Steal

Be Live Marien, 7 Nts, All - Inclusive w/Air From: $499

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Budget Friendly

Budget Friendly

Casa Marina, 3 Nts, All - Inclusive w/Air From: $349

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All New Deluxe

All New Deluxe

Emotions Playa Dorada, 4 Nts, All - Inclusive w/Air From: $499

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Adult Only

Adult Only

V Heavens, 3 Nts, All - Inclusive w/Air From: $389

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Winter/Spring Break

Winter/Spring Break

Casa Marina, 5 Nts, All - Inclusive w/Air From: $599

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Casino Hotel

Casino Hotel

Grand Paradise, 5 Nts, All - Inclusive w/Air From: $459

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Swim Up Room

Swim Up Room

Emotions Playa Dorada, 5 Nts, All - Inclusive w/Air From: $699

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Dominican Republic
Learn About Puerto Plata:

The birthplace of tourism in the Dominican Republic, Puerto Plata continues to pack a mighty punch. Its spectacular, sprawling landscape combines sea, mountains, lush valleys, rivers, and a multitude of beaches. Its fertile soil grows cacao and coffee trees, while underneath rests the world’s clearest amber.

Savvy explorer Christopher Columbus knew there was much to discover on this northern Atlantic coastline–eventually finding gold deposits–when he glimpsed it from his ship in 1492. Drawn by the sight of clouds shimmering over Mount Isabel de Torres and illuminating Puerto Plata’s vast blue shoreline, he named the area the “Silver Port” and settled at La Isabela with a mixed community of Tainos–original inhabitants of the area–and Spaniards, built the first church and his first home in the Americas. You can follow Columbus’s trail and tour these archeological ruins, now part of a national park.

Nature aside, Puerto Plata’s multitude of vibrant villages translates into a host of cultural experiences. Home of community tourism, here is where you can hike family-owned cacao or coffee plantations, learn how to play and dance merengue from a family of musicians, or immerse in Dominican pelota at the Bartolo Colón stadium and museum.