Tourism Dominican Republic
In its territory you can practice various sports
With only 48.442 square kilometers, the Dominican Republic has sufficient land and water to provide travel experiences extreme explorer uplifting and give often life meaning.
Underground, in the air, at sea, anywhere in the right space is causing some fresh air to city life, physical inactivity and starvation: hiking, climbing, diving, rafting, climbing, rappelling, jeeping, paragliding, canyoning or kiteboarding.
Today we locate these fantastic places that force us to take advantage of a country full of bold and risky choices.
If the three thousand top 87 meters of Pico Duarte or reaching the valley of Tetero results way too little for the less adventurous, there are other similar options that make the mountaineering and trekking the unique experiences of explorers back to be better people, or pike, always depends.
The mountain’s 80 in Constanza, Loma Quita Espuela, in Duarte province, the slopes of Hoyo de Pelempito in the Sierra de Bahoruco and El Morro, Montecristi, can get anyone tired and challenge any body to go up to thesky.
For hiking and trekking, ecotourism experts recommend ways of Jarabacoa and San José de Ocoa for those who prefer a little steep and Saona Island for those who just want to walk and walk uprightly among green bushes, red crabs and black lauras monitoring the island’s Parque Nacional del Este.
In recent years, almost unexplored scenery in the center of this region are increasingly attracting visitors to walk, especially to the province of El Seibo.
An extreme sport to defy gravity
Rock climbing is still a trendy hobbie. It is the sporting pastime for many young people who see to feel that this challenge shows them the severity alive. The best routes to climb, they suggest, are the rugged mountains of Frontón beach in Samaná, a place known as Conde de Mana in San Cristobal and the
Mirador Sur park in Santo Domingo, ideal for those who are new to this adventure.The rappel, lower mountains or vertical walls using cables, helmets and harnesses, is in the vicinity of Rancho Baiguate in Jarabacoa, their best scenarios.
The bravest challenge water and slippery walls of the Falls of Limón and Jimenoa, something not recommended for beginners.The canyon between cliffs with slopes also practiced in the area of Jarabacoa, where Baiguate Rancho has built a sanctuary for the practice of almost all mountain extreme sports and other less risky.