Food is much more than just sustenance, it is the reflection of a land and tells the story of a culture and its people.
On October 21st the world lost a fashion powerhouse and a national treasure for the Dominican Republic. The “Sultan of Suave”, Oscar de la Renta, passed away in his Connecticut home,at the age of 82.
The Dominican Republic’s 2013 visitor numbers grew by 3.6% over the previous year, outpacing the entire Caribbean region, which recorded growth in tourism of only 1%.
The title of the tallest waterfall in the Caribbean has been passed to Salto La Jalda, nestled in a distant corner of the Dominican Republic.
Twice the size of Manhattan, Cap Cana is an ecologically pristine, 30,000 acre exclusive retreat featuring white beaches, turquoise sea, soaring cliffs and a beautiful forest.
Expreso Bavaro provides public transportation between Santo Domingo and Punta Cana. The bus ride takes 3 1/2 hours. Current Bus schedules and times here.
Sirenis Aquagames Waterpark is now open in the Uvero Alto region of Punta Cana. The park entrance fee is all inclusive and includes not only all the waterpark activities and features, but a buffet lunch or bbq too.