The Dominican Republic has the most diverse topography for a single nation in the Caribbean. You can go from a spectacular white sandy beach to a cool, mountainous town over 500 meters (1,700 feet) above sea level in less than three hours. The country’s coastline is world famous racking up over 1,600 kilometers (1,000 miles) in total, with hundreds of accessible, breathtaking beaches. What surprises most, the DR contains a series of grand mountain ranges, the most important of which–the Cordillera Central–is home to the Caribbean’s highest peak: Pico Duarte, sitting at 3,087 meters (10,128 feet).


25% of the island consists of protected areas, most of which are easily accessed. Explore lush valleys, cloud forests, national parks on and offshore, rivers leading to waterfalls, offshore zones where turtles nest, ancient Taino caves shrouded in thick rainforest, or pine forests with near zero temperatures.


Discover natural wonders like Lago Enriquillo, a saltwater lake so large it surpasses the size of Manhattan, home to American crocodiles and sitting at 40 meters (138 feet) below sea level, the lowest point in the Caribbean. I promise you it won’t take you too long to find your favorite Dominican landscape, after you’ve soaked up as much beach as you like.


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