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Cabarete on the north coast of the Dominican Republic is located twenty kilometres east of Puerto Plata Airport and benefits from a short transfer time. The Dominican Republic has become a popular holiday destination because of its glorious sandy beaches and wonderfully clear waters, its mountains, rivers and waterfalls and its saltwater lakes. In common with all of the island’s beaches, Cabarete has a wonderful stretch of shimmering sands that are edged by warm clear waters. Cabarete however differs from other resorts in that its waters offer perfect conditions for wind and kite surfing, sailing, para-gliding and water skiing. It hosts amateur and professional competitions annually. There is a nine hole course nearby for those who enjoy a round of golf.
The standard of hotel accommodation is excellent with many offering all-inclusive board. The hotel restaurants provide a wide range of cuisine to cater for all tastes. Cabarete holidaymakers enjoy energetic days followed by a lively nightlife.
Cabarete is much more than a relaxed seaside resort with a beautiful beach. It is a mecca for water sports enthusiasts as elements of the natural environment combine to give ideal conditions for many thrilling water sports. It is a friendly vibrant resort offering good recreational facilities, excellent accommodation and a lively nightlife.
A Cabarete holiday is mainly popular with water sports enthusiasts and groups of young adults. It is not a family beach as the waves can be heavy and dangerous for small children and weak swimmers.
Cabarete holidays can be taken at any time of year as the temperature in the Dominican Republic is fairly constant. The average temperature range is between twenty-eight and thirty-one degrees centigrade. The main tourist season is November to February and July and August. June to September is the hurricane season.
The beaches of the Dominican Republic are renowned for their quality and Cabarete is no exception. Located on the northern coast, Cabarete’s six kilometres of soft white sand curve around the broad bay. The white sand glistens in the sunshine in sharp contrast with the turquoise sea. The translucent waters of the bay offer ideal conditions for wind powered water sports and the bay is filled with wind surfers, kite boarders and sailing boats. The waters are ideal for snorkelling and diving as they teem with colourful marine life. Cabarete also offers deep sea fishing, waterskiing and parasailing. On land the recreational facilities include golfing at the nearby nine hole course, tennis, horse riding and cycling.
Cabarete’s hotels, apartments and villas provide a high standard of care and comfort. The friendly service is excellent and the food is good. Although many of the hotels are all-inclusive, there are a good number of independent restaurants in the resort which serve a diverse cuisine that satisfies most tastes. Nightlife is lively with music bars and discos, as well as the hotel entertainment, providing a party atmosphere.
A Cabarete holiday can be as relaxing or as energetic as you choose. You can spend your days lying in the silky sand taking the occasional dip in the water, or you can participate in energetic and thrilling water sports.
Cabarete nightlife is lively reflecting the resort’s popularity with young adults. There are many bars offering live music and discos where you can dance until the early hours of the morning. There is also a small casino where you can enjoy a holiday flutter.
Cabarete shopping is fairly limited with most hotels having their own gift shops. The local shops supply beach items and sporting gear as well as the usual range of souvenirs. There are also pavement traders who sell local wares. If you are buying jewellery, you should look for larimar, the blue semi- precious stone that is only found on the island. When set in silver it is very pretty and fairly inexpensive. Amber from the Dominican Republic is considered the best in the world and there is a choice of colour from yellow to deep red and smoky green. Traditional wooden carvings make popular gifts and holiday mementoes.
Cabarete has a good number of restaurants serving a wide variety of cuisine. The all-inclusive hotels have good a la carte menus which cater for most tastes. Traditional food in the Dominican Republic is similar to that in Central and South America. Rice, fish and vegetables are prepared simply with spices. Coconuts and coconut milk are frequent ingredients. Many restaurants line the beach and serve dinner from tables laid in the sand. Here you can enjoy a romantic meal under the stars, listening to the lapping of waves.