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Five things you didn’t know you could do in Cabarete

There are more things to Cabarete than meet the eyeTypically, people come to Cabarete to kite or windsurf. During their stay they’ll go to a couple of restaurants on the beach and will go dancing at Ojo’s. Maybe they’ll even throw in a morning of jumping down waterfalls at the 27 Damajuaga falls.

Many people are quite content with this two-dimensional experience but Cabarete has so much more to offer. Below is a list of ten things you didn’t know you could do in Cabarete. Follow these suggestions to get off the beaten track and you’ll be sure to have a much richer experience next time you come to visit.

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2015 Cabarete summer camps for kids

Good news for peopleWarm up at Pauhana Summer Camp with kids wanting to come to Cabarete!

Enjoy your summer holiday while knowing that your offspring is having the best time ever. Take some time off during your holiday for yourself whilst your children are living it up with others their age doing all kinds of cool activities, including surfing, sailing, horseback riding and many others. 

Check out below the different summer camps being organized this summer in Cabarete especially for kids.

 

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Giving you an idea of Cabarete prices

How much money do I need for my dream holiday in Cabarete“What kind of budget do I need to keep in mind when coming to Cabarete for a fortnight?” That’s a typical question we get asked a lot, and although it’s not an easy one to answer as it really depends on your lifestyle we’ve decided to give an idea of average costs of typical expenditures likely to be incurred by the happy-go-lucky traveler staying in Cabarete for a little while.

Of course everybody has different priorities, some like to go out every night, whereas others will want to learn how to kite. Maybe you want to have a surf lesson a couple of mornings, dine at a few nice restaurants instead of making your own food and go for a little excursion one day when there is no wind. Plan your travel budget keeping the indicative prices below in mind so that you don’t find yourself running out of money half-way through.

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South coast marvels: Las Salinas

dunes of las salinas - photo credit - Ecoturismo.com.doIf you’re thinking of travelling around the Dominican Republic, then the small fishing village of Las Salinas should definitely be on your to-visit-list. Not to be confused with Las Salinas in Barahona, this one is located only an hour west of Santo Domingo and is easy to get to either for a day visit or for a weekend. Highlights include the desert-like dunes, a beautiful Caribbean beach as well as the possibility to kiteboard on the bay.

 

 

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What to do on a rainy day in Cabarete?

What to do in Cabarete when it rainsSometimes it can seem like the worst thing ever when it rains during your holiday. Luckily in Cabarete the rain usually doesn’t last very long and on the rare occasion that it rains for longer than a few hours we’ve put together a number of fun things to do around town when it pours it down. And remember after the rain the rivers will have swollen so it will be more fun to go canyoning, jump down waterfalls or go on a muddy bike tour.

 

 

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