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Caribbean: Cozumel & Dominican Republic

Norwegian Prima 31 Jan 2025 14 nights Fly Cruise Galveston

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Itinerary: Galveston - Great Stirrup Cay - La Romana - Tortola - Philipsburg, St Maarten - San Juan, Puerto Rico - Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic - George Town, Cayman Islands - Cozumel,...
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What to see in La Romana

La Romana, with its intriguing blend of history, art and Caribbean beauty, holds the promise of a myriad of experiences that tantalise the senses and nourish the soul.

Perched above the Chavón River, Altos de Chavón transports visitors to a Mediterranean-style European village, but with a Dominican twist. Conceived as an artistic village in the 1970s, this cultural centre is a delightful blend of cobbled pathways, enchanting stone structures and vibrant cultural venues. Begin your journey at the St. Stanislaus Church, a quaint structure radiating an old-world charm. As you amble through the village streets, the numerous artisanal workshops beckon.

A short drive from La Romana’s port lies the Cueva de las Maravillas, or Cave of Wonders. As the name suggests, stepping into this subterranean marvel is akin to entering another world. The cave, adorned with stalactites and stalagmites, is not just a geological wonder but also an archive of the island’s ancient inhabitants. Guided tours lead visitors through illuminated pathways that showcase the cave’s natural formations. But what truly sets this cave apart are the Taino pictographs and petroglyphs that adorn its walls. These ancient drawings provide a poignant glimpse into the lives, beliefs and stories of the Taino people, the Dominican Republic’s indigenous inhabitants.

The Dominican Republic is celebrated for its beaches, and La Romana is no exception. Bayahibe Beach, a serene stretch of golden sands a short distance from the port, is a slice of Caribbean paradise. Originally a fishing village, Bayahibe has retained its authentic charm while offering the comforts of modern amenities. The calm, crystal-clear waters are ideal for a refreshing swim and the abundance of marine life makes it a popular spot for snorkelling and scuba diving. Dive operators offer excursions to nearby reefs and even to the mesmerising Saona Island, part of the Cotubanamá National Park. Back on the beach, local vendors serve up delicious Dominican delicacies, allowing you to savour the flavours of the region as you bask in the sun or rest under the shade of swaying palm trees.

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