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Kitesurfing Holidays In The Dominican Republic Will Lead You To Discover That This Country Has Become One Of The Top Destinations For watersport Enthusiasts. Kiting Conditions In Cabarete, A Small Village In The Northern Part Of The Dominican Republic Are Unmatched. Long Stretches Of Beaches, Consistent And Reliable Winds Make It A Perfect Destination For kitesurfing. The Dominican Republic Is One Of The World's Most Geographically Diverse Areas; It Has Everything From Desert Expanses And Mangrove Swamps To Alpine Ranges And Tropical Rainforests. These Natural Gifts Offer Superb Adventure Travel And Eco-tourism Options.

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Why You'll Love Kitesurfing In Dominican-republic!

  • Good value Caribbean holiday.
  • Great fun 'Latin' vibe, perfect for friends or single travellers looking for a great time.
  • Almost all year round wind! Great variety of conditions for all levels.

Did you know...

The Dominican Republic island of Hispaniola is where Christopher Columbus landed during his first voyage across the Atlantic and was home to the first permanent European settlement in the Americas. As a result, the city of Santo Domingo is home to the first cathedral, municipal building and university in the New World.

What makes Cabarete one of the best kitesurfing destinations is the combination of flat water, excellent wave riding, and 'downwinders'. Alongside the endless list of non wind activities. Cabarete is typically Caribbean with long sandy beaches and warm clear seas. Apart from the Dominican Republic being a well known holiday destination, it is also famous for having the second best coffee in the world, typically grown on the most mountainous island in the Caribbean. Natural beauty is never far away on this beautifully unspoiled island with excursions such as, mountain biking and viewing cascading waterfalls.
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Despite its growth and growing popularity, Las Terrenas still retains its funky vibe. This is the type of place where no shirt, no shoes…no problem goes at local restaurants. You can enjoy a cold Presidente (the national beer) with your toes in the sand…dance the night away to the sounds of the local Latin music style, bachata…and still get the daily catch from fisherman who head out each morning—just $3 dollars for a pound of mahi-mahi at the co-op right on the beach in the heart of town.

There are no big resorts or hotel towers here. Just forest-covered mountains cascading down to the water, fronted by a low-slung skyline of ramshackle beach huts, brightly colored restaurants, modern condos, and beachfront homes. It’s a walkable town, although many expats do get an ATV or motor scooter to get around. If you plan to do many out of town trips, to Santo Domingo or elsewhere in the country, a car would be useful.

It’s quite possible to be sipping strong Italian espresso while enjoying a buttery French croissant…all while watching palm trees swaying in the breeze and the azure Caribbean waters beyond them. For a bit of local flair join the locals playing dominoes and drinking cuba libre (rum and coke) at a storefront, or the beachfront park.

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