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Due to its extremely varied geography, Dominican Republic activities are amazingly diverse. You will find more things to do in the DR than anywhere else, which probably accounts for why the Dominican Republic is the Caribbean's most visited destination.

Altos de Chavon
A 16th century Italian village that is a popular tourist stop for its shopping and museums. One of the few areas in the giant Casa de Campo resort open to the public.

Beaches of the Dominican Republic
These fine white sands are a major reason the DR is the most-visited island. Enjoy the coastal waters from Puerto Plata to Barahona.

Dominican Baseball
The national passion and the talent source for most major league teams. How to see Winter League games, visit training camps.

Bird watching See photos of Dominican birds

Casinos, Gaming and Gambling More casinos and gaming opportunities than on any other island. The Caribbean's largest casino is at the Hard Rock Punta

Cigar Making, Cigar Shopping Dominican cigars are considered among the finest, rivaling if not superior to Cuban stogies

Dominican Food and Drink Find out what to order like a local, especially the local brews

National Parks
More than 22 national parks containing the highest and lowest points in the Caribbean

Pico Duarte Hike The tale of my hike up the Caribbean's tallest mountain, with a suggested supply check list.

Santo Domingo Zona Colonial Old City Tour The New World's first city is a walker's delight with everything in a compact area

Samana Peninsula Things To Do In addition to humpback whale watching, zip line canopy tours, waterfall treks and world class beaches, all with relatively few people!

Samana Whale Watching See migrating humpback whales eye to eye every winter.

Souvenirs and shopping Where to shop, what to buy

Witches and Brujos Do you believe in magic? In Roman Catholic Dominican Republic, so do many of the people.

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