Beautiful, long, sandy beach in Las Galeras area. I drove in so was not on a tour. Not much in the way of facilities until you get to the Far East end - a restaurant or two (very basic) and a shop. I was able...More
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We took an ATV excursion to Playa Rincon. The beach is amazing, the water is gorgeous, and it is simply breathtaking (just look at my pictures). We visited in July and the beach was practically empty, no one hassled us to buy anything and we...More
The most beautiful beach ever. You access the beach via an unmade road of about two miles so drive slowly and vigilantly but the end result is well worth it. The sea is warm and clear and the views spectacular. Take time to have drinks...More
It is actually one of the biggest and beautiful beaches of My Dominican Republic, I recomend it to you, see why I say this... Check my pictures out
This beach is about 3 km long and has 2 catch of the day bare minimum restaurants (huts but the fish and lobsters are cooked magnificent). The is is crystal clear cold river water river about 1km long that you can canoe up or swim...More
We arranged a personal vehicle/driver for the six of us with the assistance of Audrey & Paul from The Dive Academy. As with everything we did with the folks, this excursion was awesome. How good can just a driver be? First, Luis was well dressed...More
I took an excusion from Gran Bahia Cayacoa using Ramon. The value was great. I would recommend bringing a cooler and your own snorkeling gear if your interested. There are chairs to be rented $3.00 for the day and a couple of restaurants. We didn't...More
The beach is beautiful, the food in an small restaurant was also good, pina colada y coco loco some drinks to try.
Beautiful blue water, miles and miles of sand, with virtually no tourists. The right side (when facing the water) is where foreigners hang out, crammed among the beach chairs set up by local entrepreneurs for rent. Locals prefer the left side (when facing the water)...More
Still one of the most beautiful beaches of the world! in spite of deck chairs and small restaurants, luckily only at the embarkment of the boats coming from Las Galeras, the beach has kept its charm and beauty: kilometers of untouched nature!