South Shore Road
Welcome to the Dominican Republic! Get ready to explore Luxury resorts, world-class beaches and experience magical wildlife encounters.
Begin your charter in the beating heart and capital city of Puerto Rico, San Juan.
The city is a vibrant melting pot of cultures with its mixture of Indian, African and European heritage. The Old Town is an UNESCO listed heritage site and is over 500 years old.
Explore the cobbled streets, rich with Boricua character, fascinating architecture and lined with relaxed eateries and bars.
Known for its world-class beaches, Puerto Plata got its name (meaning “Port of Silver”), from the glistening silver colour of its coast at sunset.
Although the beaches may be Puerto Plata’s biggest attraction, the town is also home to several historic and cultural sites, such as the traveler-recommended Fort San Felipe.
Squeezed in between a towering mountain and the ocean, the town intertwines local specialist shops with the fading, once-opulent homes built by wealthy German tobacco merchants in the 1870s.
Cabarete is a resort town on the Dominican Republic’s northern coast. Cabarete Bay is protected by a coral reef, and the calm waters, combined with breezy conditions on beaches like Cabarete and Kite, make it a popular location for watersports.
As you wander the streets of the town, note the constant chatter in five or six different languages.
If you are seeking the world’s most beautiful beaches, look no further than the Amber Coast.
Popular attractions include the Amber Museum, which showcases the precious resources that the Dominican Republic holds, the unique colonial architecture on display, and of course the splendour of the gorgeous beaches which adorn the coast.
Whale watching excursions at the protected Silver Bank area are also a popular choice for marine life enthusiasts visiting the area.
Just a couple of miles inland, visitors can experience the jungle covered mountain of Mount Isabel de Torres, which can be climbed with a guide or ascended by the cableway, it boasts breathtaking views of the area.
Experience the ultimate wildlife interaction when you swim with humpback whales on the Silver Bank.
Every year thousands of humpback whales congregate in the warm waters off the coast of the Dominican Republic. These magnificent
mammals gather here to mate, give birth and nurse their young.
It’s one of nature’s most spectacular annual events – and you can enjoy the best whale watching during your visit.
Once a rustic fishing village, Las Terrenas is now a cosmopolitan town, where the balancing act between locals and expats has produced an eclectic mix of styles and a social scene more vibrant than that anywhere else on the peninsula.
The beachfronts present sandy shores, tall picturesque palm trees, and calm, turquoise waters. Some of the favourite beaches are Punta Poppy, Playa Bonita, Playa El Portillo, and Playa Las Ballenas.
Samaná Peninsula is one of the newest port destinations in the Caribbean, and lures visitors to the northeast with its lush green mountains, coconut trees and pristine beaches.
The sliver of land is a laid-back, cosmopolitan paradise, and most visitors come for an opportunity to spot the famous North-Atlantic humpback whales.
Santa Barbara is a small town on the Samaná Peninsula. The many protected coves and unique diving spots provide visitors with amazing underwater diversity, and there are plenty of activities to enjoy in and on the water.
Punta Cana is the land of rest and relaxation. Here, the Atlantic meets the Caribbean, and scenic beach views, water adventures and family friendly conveniences are in abundance.
Golfing-enthusiasts are spoilt for choice with 11 spectacular golf courses dotted along the sandy shore.
Beyond Punta Cana you have the opportunity to discover the quieter, but equally as beautiful, beach towns of Bayahibe and Juan Dolio.
You will spend your final morning in the luxury resort of Casa de Campo. The marina is the perfect location for sports fishing enthusiasts in search of an unforgettable catch of the day.
The waters offshore are teeming with blue marlin, you do not have to go far to fish in spectacular waters.
For those who prefer land-based activities, Casa de Campo embraces an active lifestyle and offers a multitude of sporting options including three championship golf courses, a tennis centre, shooting facility and an equestrian centre.