Friday, August 29, 2014

Cabarete Bay

Bahía de Cabarete

Cabarete is a town that is located between a bay and a lagoon that has become popular among young people for its relaxed atmosphere, windsurfing and adventure tourism. A good emerging destination near the town of Sosua, in northern Dominican Republic attracts, in addition, for its beautiful beaches of golden white sand, clear warm waters and.

Fotos de Cabarete , Puerto-PlataComing storm in the Atlantic Ocean — Vihar jön az Atlanti Óceán felöl

We begin our journey through the history of Cabarete with Taino natives who inhabited this island for the first time, coming from the mouth of the Orinoco River in Venezuela, and were the first inhabitants of the archipelago and the Dominican Republic today. The Tainos were modest and peaceful people who are engaged in agriculture, fisheries and livestock. Their religion was polytheistic.

In 1492 the story hits a major turn with the discovery of America by Columbus and his three ships, the Pinta, the Nina and the Santa Maria landed in the Caribbean in 1492, on December 5 on this island whose first name was The Spanish.

Cabarete is also known by the youth of its visitors and nightlife.

Mountain scenery, lakes, beautiful beaches with white sand and crystal clear water, great spots for sports such as kitesurfing and windsurfing, plus sports like scuba diving ... is a spectacle, a place in which to enjoy a relaxing holiday in the Dominican Republic.
Cabarete is home year after year of significant evidence of global circuit kitesurf and windsurf (PKRA and PWA), is home to many schools in these sports and other adventure sports, with several organized excursions, or ecological tourism, various species of birds to see.

Cayo Levantao ( Samana )

An unforgettable getaway in the region across Samana to Cayo Levantado is an island barely a mile and one hotel, where you can enjoy its wonderful beaches and rest under the shade of coconut palms. Have a fun craft fair and a couple of beach bars, frequented by Canadians and Latinos coming in day trips from Punta Cana.

Gran Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado

Cayo Levantado is a beautiful little piece of land located in the northeast coast of the Dominican Republic in the bay of Samana in Samana Peninsula. It has a rainforest vegetation, paradisiacal beaches, white sands and clear waters, nestled on a beautiful landscape.

Cayo Levantado is a place where humpback whales are sighted during the season from January to March. Cayo Levantado, where tourists and lush vegetation reign are disputed. Lovers of nature and stunning beauty came looking for a Paradise and found it on Cayo Levantado. The entire island is a little gem, located just off the Samaná Peninsula and is a perfect place to escape for a day. And powdery white sand, turquoise waters are crystal clear - perfect for snorkeling or gentle swimming. Several birds found here, including parrots, owls, and gannets. It is noteworthy that there are also beyond the jutía and solenodonte.Este island is also called the Bacardi Island because some palm trees look like the advertising of Bacardi rum. A beautiful island with hundreds of tourists coming every day. You can walk on foot through the island in only 15 minutes. Now
Ultimately Cayo Levantado is a place of only 1 kilometer long but has everything a person could want for a great holiday, from swimming to snorkeling, if you visit this beautiful place I suggest you bring your camera and few dollars.

In this small island, Colonial Tour and Travel, has prepared a beautiful tour, departing from any point in the Dominican Republic, including support of a professional guide in any language, ground transfer, shuttle launches, break, and lunch in Bath Beach Bacardi is the exclusive beach of Cayo Levantado Hotel, which also towels and beach chairs are provided. This also tour season is from January to March combined for humpback whales visit the Bay of Samana.
Within this beautiful little island is the Hotel Gran Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado, a magnificent 5-star luxury and splendor. It can also be booked in Colonial Tour and Travel.