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This world-famous resort combines the mythical allure of the Pinta Cana, the bewitching beauty of the Dominican Republic, a breathtaking array of facilities and non-stop entertainment.
This place hotel is a little different from most places most Americans want to visit. But hear this out! This is a place for the adventurous and those who love nature. It is about an hour drive from the nearest airport, but it is something so unique and definitely Instagram worthy!
Welcome to the most exclusive resort destination in the Caribbean—Casa de Campo Resort and Villas—a stunning 7,000-acre hotel, resort, and residential community in La Romana on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic. This is in an area that is highly underrated in the Dominican Republic.
The Barceló Bávaro Beach – Adults Only***** is a beachfront hotel on Bávaro Beach in Punta Cana, and is recognized as one of the 10 best beaches in the world by National Geographic and Tripadvisor.
About the island
Capital: Santo Domingo
Currency: DOP (Dominican Pesos)
Religion: 69.1% Christianity (47.8% Catholicism, 21.3% Protestantism), 2.2% Others, 28.0% None and 0.7% Undeclared
History: The Dominican Republic’s first inhabitants were the valiant, skilled indigenous Taino–Arawak Indians who first settled on this side of the island before Christopher Columbus and the Spaniards arrived. They ran multiple kingdoms–each ruled by a chieftain or cacique–observed class distinctions and coexisted peacefully. There were several valiant Taino leaders who stood up against Spanish colonization and slavery. Cacique Caonabo, from the Samaná region, was the first to lead a revolt.
The Taino practised complex agriculture, but were also talented artisans, and believed in medicinal plants and natural remedies. Today, their only remaining signs are in the caverns where they left pictographs and petroglyphs–mainly in Samaná, Bayahibe, San Cristóbal, and Enriquillo–and in the various museums around the country, particularly the Museo del Hombre Dominicano in Santo Domingo, and the Museo Arqueológico Regional Altos de Chavón in La Romana.
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