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Stuff to do in Cabarete

Surfing

Cabarete and most of the North Coast is extremely popular for amateur and professional surfers alike for it warm and safe waters. You can find spots with big and small waves.

The local surfers are extremely friendly and will help give you the lay of the waves. The best time of year to surf is from mid-December to April. Surf lessons and board rental are available on site, and some surf schools are based in Cabarete Center.

One of the best-kept secrets in the surfing world is in Cabarete on The North Coast of the Dominican Republic. It’s Safe, clear, warm waters, and clean, open waves make this area excellent for surfing., Playa Encuentro , Playa Grande and Playa Preciosa and Playa Boba are good surfing spots and all close by. The best time of year to surf is from mid-December to April, but surfing can be done all year round when the swells roll in. Surf lessons and board rental are available in Cabarete. See the good folks at www.321takeoff.com downtown Cabarete for all your surfing needs.

You can find great surfing just minutes from the condo on the famous Cabarete Beach. The locals and regulars are very friendly and will help you find a great spot to surf.


 

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Places to See

El Choco National Park/Laguna Cabarete y Goleta

This lush and diverse protected area was named a national monument in 1992 . The park is comprised of pasture land, a lagoon, and jungle area that contains lush tropical plants, exotic birds, fresh water springs and solution caves (caves dissolved out of solid rock by acidic waters - usually due to their time under the water table). The park's entrance is located 2 km from Cabarete, on the North Coast, and can be visited for an hour or two, or for the entire day. Due to the maze of unmarked paths and lush vegetation, its recommended you visit the park with a Tour Operator or Park guide who can not only guide you through but also provide you with information about the area.

Time in the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is situated in the Atlantic Standard Time zone but does not follow Daylight Saving Time. This means the Dominican Republic is one hour ahead of Eastern Standard Time in the Fall/Winter (one hour ahead of New York/Toronto) and is the same time as Eastern Standard Time in the Spring/Summer (same time as New York/Toronto). The Dominican Republic is 4 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (UTC/GMT -4).

 

 

 

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