The nature haven that is the Samaná Peninsula is as coveted today as it was in the 16th century. Pirates hid in its lush, palm-filled forests, isolated beaches, and hidden caves, while European and Haitian troops competed over its deep water, protected bay. Today, Samaná, where Las Terrenas
It takes about 2 hours from Santo Domingo airport to Las Terrenas. On the way there are several tolls you need to provide for this purpose about 2000 pesos in cash.
Jutting out of the DR’s northeastern shore and basking in the ocean, the nature haven that is the Samaná Peninsula is as coveted today as it was in the 16th century. Pirates hid in its lush, palm-filled forests
If you are planning to move to the Dominican Republic, be aware that there are different types of visa depending on your personal situation, the length of your stay and the purpose of your visit. The type of visa you need, the requirements and the costs change from time to...
The Samaná Peninsula boasts magnificent beaches with silky sand gently lapped by turquoise water. These are some of the most secluded and quiet beaches among Dominican Republic’s 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) of coastline.
LOS HAITISES NATIONAL PARK: Making up approximately 232 square miles (600 square kilometers) of unique, diverse area, Los Haitises National Park is comprised of mangroves,