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Don’t forget to pack… baking soda

Can't wait to get to those beautiful Caribbean beachesSo, finally the date is getting closer and in a few days you’ll be off to the airport to be whisked away to a beautiful Caribbean setting for that well-deserved holiday. Keeping in mind those tropical beaches and soaring temperatures be sure to pack one additional item to other essentials such as a toothbrush, a pair of shorts and your flip flops. Here are eight reasons why you should pack a little package of baking soda in your luggage, or if you are already bordering on the weight limit, be sure to buy some at your destination.

 

 

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Kite in your boardshorts surrounded by turtles

Cabarete Bay kitingCabarete is lucky enough to have a perpetual summer climate as well as nearly year round winds, allowing kiters to enjoy their stuff without having to slip on a wetsuit.  The protective reef, located about a kilometer offshore, means that you can kite in all safety and when you’re lucky you’ll be surrounded by small sea turtles.

 

 

 

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Easter Dominican style

Semana Santa: the biggest party of the yearCabarete is well known for its party scene which every year culminates into the biggest party of the island during the festivities of Semana Santa. Dominicans, especially young people from the big cities, join locals and visitors in this laid back beach town and take over the place for Easter weekend for a weekend of full on partying and drinking. This year Semana Santa weekend starts on Friday 3 April until Sunday 5 April.

 

 

 

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Tips on driving in the DR

Street signs in CabareteComing to a Caribbean island for your holidays is all about relaxation, soaking up sunrays and enjoying your time away from a hectic life back home. But when it comes to driving around in the Dominican Republic all relaxation tends to disappear leaving most visitors in apprehension of cruising around this beautiful country.

 

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Public transport in Cabarete

Motoconchos, Cabarete, Dominican RepublicNewcomers to Cabarete sometimes get a bit lost when it comes to moving around town, let alone leaving town to visit others places. That’s also not so strange considering there are no marked buses driving around and the overall traffic situation is a little chaotic to say the least. So we’ve put together a short overview of all the different forms of transport in Cabarete so you can go from A to B like you want to.

 

 

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