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Dominican Republic

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This island nation boasts the region’s highest mountain, its largest lake, and some of its most exclusive resort communities.
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In 1492, Christopher Columbus landed on the island of Hispaniola, the present day Dominican Republic. It is little wonder that he came back the New World two more times: he had found paradise. This island nation, the second largest in the Caribbean by area population and economy, boasts the region’s highest mountain, its largest lake, and some of its most exclusive resort communities.

At the far eastern end of the Dominican Republic, Punta Cana faces both the Caribbean and the Atlantic with long stretches of white sand beaches and spindly palms. Despite the fact that the cape has been a popular international destination for decades now, the region maintains its pristine beauty thanks to sustainable tourism efforts and a natural landscape of otherworldly beauty.

Beyond the stunning beaches and decadence of Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic offers a glimpse of its colorful Caribbean culture and geography, from its rivers, waterfalls, and four of the five highest peaks in the region to its quaint fishing villages and cities. The Dominican Republic is far more than just another pretty island; it is a microcosm of one of the most diverse and exciting regions on earth.

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