Posted by: D. M. | December 28, 2009

Escape to Puerto Plata this winter

PUERTO PLATA, Dominican Republic – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Situated on the Dominican Republic’s (DR) North Coast, Puerto Plata beckons with sunshine, eco-adventures and unending beaches while trade winds whisper tales of passion from long ago. This is where travelers experience authentic Dominican culture, like locals dancing to spicy merengue music, the Brugal Rum Factory, prehistoric Amber and exotic waterfalls while sharing sunsets with artists, fisherman and friendly restaurateurs.

“Ideal for family vacations and romantic getaways, the North Coast offers something for everyone including upscale retreats, unique history, eco-adventures and romantic beaches with moonlit bays,” said Magaly Toribio, DR Ministry of Tourism’s Vice Minister of International Promotion. “The area’s vibrant balance between unique history, natural beauty and modernity is very inviting. Here you can explore Mount Isabel de Torres, walk through Fort San Felipe and then watch a colorful rainbow of kite surfers on chic Cabarete Bay.”

The North Coast boasts ideal conditions for watersports like Kiteboarding, diving and surfing along miles of natural beaches in Cofresi, Puerto Plata, Sosua and Cabarete. Located 800 miles south of Florida with daily flights from New York, Miami and Atlanta, the region has a variety of boutique resorts, restaurants, outdoor adventure tours, attractions and amazing beaches. Centrally located Gregorio Luperon International Airport, less than 20 minutes away from the majority of the region’s hotels, makes the trip home a breeze. To view a short film about the North Coast, Where is Puerto Plata?, visit:

Where is Puerto Plata?

Source: sosua Group
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