Six Dominican spots you need to visit. We’re going to explain you why.
There are heaps of people who has been in the Dominican Republic. But most of them just know the way from the airport to the all-inclusive hotel, to the beach and that’s it. The Caribbean Island is so much more! Let’s discover six exclusive spots.
1. Playa Macao is making you to be the best surfer ever
Macao is the perfect spot for beginners and advanced surfers. Surf school provides surf boards, teachers, shirts, salt free showers and more. You have two options: Either you take the huge waves just in front of the surf school or you go to the right side where the waves are calm.
The first time Jess stood on a surf board was at Playa Macao. She took surf classes and had her own personal teacher. First they made some dry exercises and then they went to the calm side of the beach. The teacher was watching the waves, telling her which one to take and at the beginning he gave her a strong push to keep up with the speed. She had an incredible time, standing up the board while taking the wave.
After surfing you can have a tasty meal at the beach. The food is ridiculous delicious and gives lost energy back. This beach has a fabulous ambient even if you’re not a surf-fan. The clean fine sand beach with palm trees is a good place to lie down. The warm ocean invites you to take a swim or just to hang out.
2. Juanillo let dreams come true
Juanillo is a white sand beach with turquoise clear water. This place is close to Punta Cana. It’s quite calm there but you’ll also find some beach bars and boats. A perfect spot to go for a day trip and to relaxe under huge palm trees and enjoy clear and peaceful water.