Say hello to the... Dominican Republic
Holidays to the Dominican Republic are about more than just the beach. This diverse country also throws rainforests, mountains and colonial towns into the ring.
Thanks to its bigger-than-average size, the Dominican Republic is one of the most diverse countries in the Caribbean. Along the coast, you’ve got the full spectrum of beaches, while inland, mangrove lagoons, mountain peaks and waterfalls are just the start of the story.
- Beach fanatics – The three S’s sum up the state of play in Punta Cana. The sun, sea and sand on the Dominican Republic’s eastern edge are rated among the best in the world. More than 50 miles of white-sand coast runs from Bavaro to Uvero and beyond. And most of it’s backed by coconut-bearing palm trees – earning this region the title of the Coconut Coast.
- Adventure lovers – from zip lining through the rainforest close to scuba diving around coral reefs and shipwrecks, the Domincian Republic has an ample supply of activities for an adventure packed holiday.
- Shopping lovers- Whether you want a bargain buy or you're looking to spend the kid's inheritance in one spree, the Dominican Republic has a superb range of shops & boutiques to suit everyone.
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Holidays to Bavaro focus on Caribbean-style R&R. A super-long beach, luxury hotels and chilled-out nights make it all about you-time.
You can fulfil every tropical fantasy with holidays to Uvero Alto. Palm-fringed sands, perfect blue skies, and fresh seafood a plenty.
Holidays to Cap Cana are all about the finer things in life. You’ve got some of the world’s best beaches, luxurious five-star resorts, and top-notch dining.
4* Bahia Principe Luxury Esmeralda
✔ Relaxing beachfront setting
✔ Huge lake-style pool with a swim-up bar
✔ Access to sister hotels- free rein of the bars, nightclub and à la carte restaurants
Giving you a relaxing beachfront setting and access to the facilities at a collection of sister hotels, the Bahia Principe Luxury Esmeralda has all angles covered.
This place pushes up against a white-sand beach, which is kitted out with loungers, bars, massage gazebos and a watersports centre. You can make use of free kayaks, snorkelling gear and paddleboards.
The hotel’s part of the bigger Bahia Principe complex. As such, you’ve got free rein of the bars, nightclub and à la carte restaurants at the sister properties – these include a Japanese teppanyaki place and a Tex-Mex eatery.