The Tainos Last Stand at Saona Island

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The great Taino indian warrior Cotubanamá defied the Spanish conquistadors and eventually paid the ultimate price. The Spanish tried to wipe both him and his people from history, but they failed; and Cotubanamá’s name will forever be synonymous with Saona island. This is why… The year was 1502 and

Marinarium Snorkeling Cruise

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The Marinarium Snorkeling Cruise is an excursion with 4 hour tour of snorkeling, swimming with sharks and stingrays, and basic catamaran awesomeness included. I have only been snorkeling once in my life and if I was completely honest, it hasn’t been for lack of opportunity. I live on an

Punta Cana Carnival

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If your only image of Carnival is of feather clad beautiful women from Brazil, be prepare to be pleasantly surprised. The Dominican Republic also has it’s own version of Carnival, which is one of the most vibrant and colorful celebrations in the world. Throughout the month of February different

The Shocking Truth About Dominican Auto Insurance

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The Dominican Republic has the worst drivers in the world! There are more deaths per capita related to motor vehicles accidents than any other country in the world. That”s the sad and ugly truth about the Dominican Republic. It”s not a matter of IF you get into an auto

Dominican Merengue

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Dominican culture is rich and vibrant, and from the moment you step off the plane your ears will be filled with the sounds of Dominican Merengue. Merengue is considered by many as the official music and dance of the Dominican Republic. Merengue not only brings people together on the