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Dominican Republic Cruises

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The most beautiful contrast of nature

The Dominican Republic has always been the ultimate destination for lovers of Caribbean beaches. However, to embark on the Pullmantur Caribbean Islands cruise you will notice that there is another Dominican Republic in the interior, far from the coast, where they have wonderful salt lakes, the suggestive flavor of bachata and dense lush vegetation.


It is as if there were two different Dominican Republics. Two exclusive places full of beauty in the same country. Two ways of understanding the lives of its people is through their customs and traditions. Arriving with your Pullmantur cruise you will discover they are two sides of the same coin.

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TRANSATLANTICS AND SPECIAL CRUISES

14 DAYS - 13 NIGHTS

  • Santo Domingo - At Sea - Basseterre (St.Kitts & Nevis) - Saint John's (Antigua) - At Sea - At Sea - At Sea - At Sea - At Sea - At Sea - Ponta Delgada - At Sea - Lisbon - Lisbon
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769 *Taxes and other
charges are included

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Our main ports of embarkation in Dominican Republic

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Colonial cities to the Caribbean beaches of the Dominican Republic

The first major tourist destination in the Dominican Republic is its capital. Santo Domingo is one of the most enjoyable and lively cities in the Caribbean. Many consider it as the most beautiful of the Antilles. It is considered to be especially beautiful due to its colonial past, the religious buildings of the old quarter and La Catedral Primada, the oldest cathedral of its kind in south America.

 

Among other Dominican cities you should visit is Puerto Plata, dominated by Mount Isabel de Torres and where you can see a Christ the Redeemer statue. Stroll through its historic center filled with wooden houses in the Victorian style. Most of them were built in the nineteenth century. This is a space that contrasts with the colonial character of other cities in the Americas.

 

Also worth a visit is Santiago los Caballeros, the second largest city in the country. Located in the center of the Cibao Valley, it is surrounded by high mountains and dense tropical forests. Interestingly, since time immemorial, these mountains and forests have provided shelter from hurricanes.

 

The paradise of the Dominican beaches is the Coconut Coast, a stretch of 60 kilometers where you will find fantastic places such as Boca Chica, La Romana, Bayahibe or the famous Punta Cana. It is possibly the most touristic area of ​​the country. A whole fascinating world of beaches and turquoise waters, white sand and coconut trees.

 

On the northeastern coast is the Samana Peninsula, considered one of the most beautiful corners of the country. Samana does not offer the mass tourism enclaves of the Coconut Coast, but neither does it have anything to be jealous of. Between January and March it is a refuge and passage of humpback whales.

 

The Dominican coastline also offers the coastal road from Barahona to Oviedo which is full of deserted beaches of enormous beauty as well as traditional fishing villages. For scuba divers, there is nothing better than to dive into waters ranging from those of Juan Dolio to Cabarete. There you can expect to find a universe of coral and colorful fish.

 

The nature of the interior of the Dominican Republic

 

The other Dominican Republic is sleeping inside the country at the foot of the Cordillera Central. Most of its peaks are over 3,000 meters high, the most impressive of which is Pico Duarte. The hiking trail that leads to the summit is hard, but offers an impressive reward of panoramic views.

 

Other treasures inside the Dominican Republic are the Enriquillo lake and its huge variety of crocodiles, pink flamingos and iguanas. Then there's Laguna de Oviedo which is very curious with its mustard-colored waters while Park Haitises is especially recommended for its journey through the mangroves into which you enter a totally different world from what you might imagine of this country.

 

The excursions Pullmantur offers in this Caribbean paradise will leave tourists completely amazed. You can enjoy the experience of discovering first-hand the Caribbean beaches you've always dreamed of, or lose yourself in a fascinating nature paradise which is difficult to match in any other corner of the planet.


Do not wait any longer to hit the adventure of discovering these two sides of the Dominican Republic. Be seduced by intimate contact with the nature that this country offers. The intensity of its colors, the magnetism of its landscapes and the colonial beauty of its cities will leave a long lasting effect on your memory.

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Featured Dominican Republic cruises

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CARIBBEAN SEA

8 DAYS - 7 NIGHTS

  • Santo Domingo - At Sea - Basseterre (St.Kitts & Nevis) - Saint John's (Antigua) - Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe) - Castries (St. Lucia) - At Sea - Santo Domingo
Noviembre
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519 + 200€ taxes
PER PERSON

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CARIBBEAN SEA

8 DAYS - 7 NIGHTS

  • Santo Domingo - At Sea - Martinique - Bridgetown (Barbados) - St. George (Grenada) - Kingstown (St Vincent) - At Sea - Santo Domingo
in DECEMBER
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519 *Taxes and other
charges are included