Do you know that the Dominican Republic is home to the highest peak in the Caribbean? The largest lake in the Caribbean? That no less than seventeen national parks protect a virgin nature? How many cultural festivals are on the calendar? That the Tainos are one of the richest civilizations in the Caribbean?
Cradled by the bachata, and an island whose wealth you did not suspect.
Of course, you are lulled by the shuddering coconut trees on splendid beaches of blond sand, the time of a stay in Las Terrenas... You are on the unspoiled peninsula of Samaná, where the humpback whales make their ballet, between January and March. But not only...
The Dominican Republic is a country where diversity triumphs: from the tropical rainforest to desert stretches strewn with cactuses and habitats of crocodiles, iguanas and flamingos, from agricultural plains to crystalline natural pools, from the colonial legacy of Santo Domingo with tainos frescoes of the park of Los Haitises... the island is a fascinating kaleidoscope between turquoise blue and emerald green, whose spectacular beauty is sublimated by the kindness and sense of welcome of its inhabitants.