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Haina is home to over 100 manufacturing, chemical, pharmaceutical, metallurgical, and other electricity generators and the Dominican Petroleum Refinery....

It is located at 1500 meters (4920 feet) and is surrounded by mountains. There are some deep swimming holes including a waterfall and the river Casa Tablones....

Pico Duarte is the highest peak in all the Caribbean islands. Located in the Cordillera Central range, it is the highest of the Dominican Republic's mountain chains. A forest fire in 2003 has left thousands of charred trees still standing....

The Church of St Stanislaus was named after the patron saint of Poland in tribute to Pope John Paul II, who visited Santo Domingo in 1979 and left some of the saint's ashes behind....

The National Palace houses the offices of the Executive Branch (Presidency and Vice Presidency) of the Dominican Republic.. Diverse architectural styles can be found inside with the trace of memorable moments from the past and present printed into them....

Sprawling over 180 acres of picturesque coastline, the world-class Playa Grande Golf Course, designed by celebrated architect Robert Trent Jones, is known as “the Pebble Beach of the Caribbean” by the golf community. With 10 holes playing directly on the ocean, this 7,085-yard course winds...

Guavaberry Golf Course is located in the beach town of Juan Dolio, in San Pedro de Macorís. This beautiful 7,156-yard par-72 course is sensitively blended into the landscape bordering a tropical forest and nature preserve. The course has 18 holes inside the Guavaberry Country Club...

Explore the natural caves discovered in 1926 with 800 meters of cave systems decorated with hundreds of Taino Indian cave paintings....