Av. España no.75, Santo Domingo Este 11603, Dominican Republic
National Aquarium of the Dominican Republic
The National Aquarium of the Dominican Republic is one of the most complete Aquariums in the entire Caribbean region and is a widely visited place, both by Dominicans and tourists from various parts of the world.
The facilities have a total of ninety fish tanks between freshwater and salt water, and 7 ponds where you can see all kinds of tropical fish, giant tortoises, sharks, seahorses, parrot fish, trumpet fish and much more.
It also houses an auditorium where information is offered to attendees about the type of fish to be found, their characteristics, etc.
The exterior of the facilities is completed with beautiful gardens that overlook the shores of the Caribbean Sea and where you can walk quietly or have a soda.
Calle Marginal Las Americas Este, Santo Domingo Este 11604
Three Eyes National Park
The Tres Ojos caves are located in the Mirador del Este park, in Santo Domingo Este, in the Dominican Republic. It is a cavern composed of a large freshwater lake that was divided thousands of years ago, the product of a natural phenomenon, giving rise to four beautiful and characteristic caves, communicated with each other.
You can take boat trips inside the caverns, you can see that they communicate some caves with others and will allow you to contemplate on the walls the curious drawings of the ancient tainos.
Santo Domingo Este 11604
Mirador del Este Park
This park of six square kilometers, is frequented by sports lovers given its sports complexes that were built for the XIV PanAmerican Games (2003).
Its outdoor amphitheater can accommodate 6 thousand spectators.
- Sports facilities
- Volleyball Pavilion
- Football field
- Weightlifting Pavilion Dr. José Joaquín Puello
- Lawn Hockey Stadium
- Field Tennis Courts
- Table Tennis Pavilion
- Archery Field
- Gymnastics Pavilion
Calle Luperón 2, Santo Domingo 11604
Columbus Lighthouse is a huge concrete structure in the shape of a cross with a length of more than 230 meters long. The lighthouse projects vertical rays of light that forms a large cross in the sky that can be seen for many kilometers.
Inside the lighthouse there are exhibits from different countries of the world. It also has rooms for temporary exhibitions and conference rooms.
Agua Splash Caribe (Parque Acuático), Espana Avenue, Santo Domingo Este, Dominican Republic
Agua Splash Caribe
Agua Splash Caribe is a water park in Santo Domingo with swimming pools, slides, jacuzzi, cafeteria, bar, restaurant, playground for children ... everything you need for a great day with family, children. and friends.
It is the perfect place to spend a good day and enjoy the park facilities. The restaurant offers typical Dominican dishes and the bar offers local and international drinks.
Avenida España, Santo Domingo Este, Dominican Republic
Malecon of Spain Avenue
It is located throughout the south coast, from the Juan Carlos bridge to Punta Torrecilla.
It is located throughout the south coast, from the Juan Carlos bridge to punta torrecilla.
On Avenida Espana we can find many places to enjoy the night and day life that Santo Domingo Este offers us, the places are:
- Zutros Steak Bar & Lounge
- Mixer Bar and Lounge
- Guloya Bar
- Restaurante Sabor Criollo
- Mary parrillada sabor dominicano
- Pala Pizza
- El Gran Encuentro Restaurante
- La Isla del Marisco
And many more places
Cuadra San Isidro, Autopista de San Isidro, Santo Domingo Este, Dominican Republic
In the Plaza Cuadra you can find several restaurants of different types of cuisine either Italian, Japanese, American, Mexican, Dominican and others in places like:
- Forno Bravo
- Taco Bell
- Pollos Victorina
- Baskin Robbins
Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
The Colonial Zone is the name by which the oldest part of the city of Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic is known and was the first city founded by Europeans in America. The name is because this part of the city was founded by Spanish colonizers.
This area of Santo Domingo has colonial buildings and streets with ancient cobblestones of great tourist attraction, such as the Alcazar de Colón (which belonged to Diego Colón, son of Christopher Columbus), the Museum of the Royal Houses, the Primada Cathedral of America and the Ozama Fortress.
Playa Boca Chica, Dominican Republic
Boca Chica Beach
Due to its proximity to Santo Domingo, Boca Chica is considered the main beach of the capital. With an extension of almost a kilometer and a half long, and a bright white sand, this bustling stretch is well protected by a large coral reef, and its shallow turquoise waters, no more than a meter, and often compared to a Giant natural pool, make it the favorite place of families. Annual sailing and beach volleyball tournaments are also held in Boca Chica.
Playa Caribe, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
This crescent-shaped beach attracts surfers and boogie boarders on weekends that visit from the capital for some action on the waves. There are surfboards available for rent and you can also sign up for classes. Fill your stomach then with a delicious seafood lunch.
Playa Guayacanes, Dominican Republic
Playa Guayacanes is a modest beach with calm waters and fine sands very little frequented. The town of Juan Dolio and its well-known beach are only a couple of kilometers away, where you can make some purchases in its gift shops. It is located near Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic.
You can taste the local cuisine in the few that you can find in the town. For that reason, it is the perfect place to spend a quiet day in your stay around Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic.
Playa Juan Dolio, Dominican Republic
Juan Dolio Beach
A beautiful beach with 10 kilometers of white sand, which will take you more than an hour to walk from one end to the other. It has quiet areas and wave areas and extends along the main road of Juan Dolio. It is full of bars and restaurants facing the sea, condos and villas. In recent years, Juan Dolio has seen a revival and increase in luxury beachfront accommodations and resorts, attracting even more people from the city who escape here on weekends. The beach has two entrances, one at the entrance of the town and the other, further down the boulevard, next to the Hemingway Club.