The Dominican Republic is the second-largest island in the Caribbean. If you’d like to see all the major highlights in the Country you will need at least a month. Therefore planning your trip the right way is a must in order to get the experience you are looking for. Let’s help you make an easier decision with the following 5 steps.
Step 1. What are you looking for?
When planning your trip to the Dominican Republic you should start by asking yourself the following question: what am I looking for in my holiday? Do I want to have a relaxed or adventurous holiday? Do I want to stay in an all-inclusive resort or a self-service apartment or villa? Do I want to travel within the country or visit just one great spot? Do I want to stay in or near a city or do I want to stay in the middle of nowhere?
Step 2. Collecting information
So you know the type of holiday you are looking for? The next step is finding where that holiday you are looking for is located! Finding the region of the island that is right for you and your vacation is very important. Different regions of the Dominican Republic will appeal to different vacationers. For example, the La Romana region is agricultural and has exciting, luxurious nightlife, while the southwest part of the island is more desert-like and less crowded and the Northern Samana region has beautiful lush nature, secluded beaches, waterfalls, and private islands. If you do not collect the necessary research before going on your vacation, you could end up in an area of the island that may not be exactly what you anticipated.
Step 3. Budgeting
Once you’ve done a little research about the accommodation options, transport and things to do, you will have an idea about how much things will cost. Write down how much you intend to spend on items such as travel costs, lodgings, food, entertainment, shopping, and extras. Be sure to consider gratuities and always set aside some extra money in case of an emergency. Knowing your budget is important when planning your trip to the Dominican Republic, and key when deciding upon what to do and where to stay.
Step 4. Making Decisions
After research and budgeting, the next step is to start finalizing some plans. Now it is the time to make those hard and fast decisions regarding when you will go, how you will get there, where you will stay, and what you will do once you are there. Plan your trip to the Dominican Republic well, and you will have an unforgettable holiday!
Step 5. Booking Your Trip
The final step in planning your trip to the Dominican Republic is to book it! Assure to keep a record of your travel information, and any confirmation numbers that may be needed in order to prove that you reserved a flight, room, or activity. Doing your homework will ensure that you know just what kind of vacation is in store.
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Cap el Limon is a Sanctuary for those seeking peace of mind and privacy in the midst of nature, without sacrificing amenities and convenience. An incredible secluded location with fully-serviced luxury villas on more than 500 acres of private land, including a picturesque beach, spa treatments, luxury amenities, and a restaurant embedded into lush, breathtaking nature. The elegant private-owned accommodations include an array of spectacular villas with private pools in lavish settings, ideal for groups and family celebrations. There are special packages suited for every vacation, like the Inclusive Experience package with a selection of dining options and beverages included in the rate.
The sanctuary is located on the Samaná peninsula, famous for its palm-laced landscapes, pristine nature, and whale-mating dances. The nearby El Catey International Airport, the new Boulevard Turistico del Atlántico highway, heliports on-site, and a private beach-bay, make it accessible by land, air, and sea. Cap el Limón gently integrates into the surrounding nature with extreme attention paid to the ecological impact on this beautiful land.
Plenty of attractions in the area, besides “standard entertainment,” such as beach and mini-island hopping, whitewater rafting on Yaque del Norte River, horseback riding through dense tropical forests, zip-lining over fantastic landscapes, Samaná also offers some unique options. A boat tour of Los Haitises National Park, the largest mangrove forest in the Caribbean, home to hundreds of bird species, with spectacular limestone caverns and hidden cays. A deep jungle expedition to the stunning El Limón Waterfall and a whale-watching tour every January through March. Either for vacation or owning/building a dream home, for those who want the best in the Caribbean, your Cap el Limón experience awaits. The luxury destination for discerning travelers.
July 1st Cap el Limon will officially reopen! Enjoy a 20% discount for all reservations staying in July, August, and September 2020, a flexible cancelation policy, and when staying 5 nights or longer we’ll include a free Chef and Airport Transfer! Book your next vacation now at Cap el Limon!