The most expansive coastlines in the Caribbean, with more than 800 miles of diverse ecological environments ranging from desert to tropical rainforest, make the Dominican Republic a fantastic setting for boating. The many gentle stretches of beach, strong surf, and powerful winds offer many ideal locations for water sports like windsurfing, boogie boarding, and kiteboarding. Incredibly clear waters and a variety of colorful marine life also make it a favorite for snorkeling enthusiasts and scuba divers.
 
Golf
A favorite golfing destination of former Presidents Bill Clinton and George H. Bush, the Dominican Republic has become one of the hottest spots to tee-off in the Caribbean, if not the world. Here golfers will find 24 courses with oceanfront fairways and dogleg lefts around swaying coconut palms. They'll also find courses designed by legends such as Pete Dye, P.B. Dye, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Robert Trent Jones, Gary Player, Tom Fazio and Nick Faldo.
 
Diving and Snorkeling
The Dominican Republic's underwater world offers exceptional reef diving and snorkeling, incredibly clear waters and a variety of colorful marine life. In fact, the country is often listed as one of the top diving locations in the Caribbean. Visitors can explore centuries-old shipwrecks on the country's north coast, or take advantage of the warm, protected waters of the south. While the Dominican Republic is a haven for experienced divers, most all-inclusive hotels offer lessons and certification for those interested in learning more about the activity.
 
Windsurfing & Kiteboarding
The Dominican Republic is known as the kiteboarding capital of the world among those who travel the water sports circuit. In fact, the Kiteboarding World Cup has been held in the Dominican Republic town of Cabarete the past four years.

BASEBALL in DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Major League players in the United States is a diverse world wide origin not seen in any other sport. As an example every state of the United States of America has been represented but also more than forty five countries have had at least one player in the Major League Baseball. But the Dominican Republic is the country that supplies more players to the Major Leagues outside the United States.The most valuable players are also coming from this country and names as Pedro Martinez, Sammy Sosa, Julian Javier,George Bell,

Manny Ramirez, Matty Alou and Juan Marichal will make us remember the level of excellence of the dominican baseball players.

 
 

When Christopher Columbus arrived on the Dominican Republic's shores in 1492, he proclaimed, "There is no island that is more beautiful in the world ". For visitors of the country today, the Dominican Republic definitely represents just that. It is simply a paradise to discover - golden sandy beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters, mysterious lush valleys, majestic tall mountains and wonderfully friendly people. Today the Dominican Republic is the leading country in the region receiving 4 million tourists yearly ... More>>

The Dominican Republic's economy boomed in the 1990s, expanding at an average rate of 7.7% per year from 1996 to 2000. Tourism (the leading foreign exchange earner), telecommunications, and free-trade-zone manufacturing are the most important sectors, although agriculture is still a major part of the economy... More>>

The most expansive coastlines in the Caribbean, with more than 800 miles of diverse ecological environments ranging from desert to tropical rainforest, make the Dominican Republic a fantastic setting for boating. The many gentle stretches of beach, strong surf, and powerful winds offer many ideal locations for water sports like windsurfing, boogie boarding, and kiteboarding. Incredibly clear waters and a variety of colorful marine life also make it a favorite for snorkeling enthusiasts and scuba divers... More>>

Strategic location, political and economic stability makes the Dominican Republic one of the best destinations in Latin America for foreign investments... More>>

This is the country where the discovery of America started and where Christopher Columbus is buried. The colonial architecture of the old city is something to see and enjoy... More>>

 

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