Cabarete info

· Cabarete, Fun in the Sun, Living

Cabarete is a small, laid-back Caribbean beach village located only 20 minutes away from the Puerto Plata International Airport on the northern shore of the Dominican Republic. It’s a perfect tropical vacation spot. With its charming, hip ambience and a combination of relaxed and adventurous lifestyles, most visitors can barely resist the spontaneous temptation of extending their stay and just hang around the place for another while, and even moving here.

The villeage of Cabarete is spread out across the center of a gorgeous, semi-circular beach of golden, sun-soaked, sand. Just behind, limiting its size, lies a tranquil lagoon, backed up by richly verdant hills overflowing with luxurious tropical vegetation.

The perfect blend of the surrounding physical elements of nature such as the location of the offshore reef at the entrance of the bay, the direction from which the trade winds usually blow, and the low-lying hills behind the village, which cause a unique thermal effect, form a beautiful layout. They create an unusual synthesis of outstanding wind and wave conditions. These make Cabarete an exceptional location not only for water-sports such kitesurfing, wind surfing, and surfing.


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  1. June

    I am planning at trip to Cabarete and I was wondering if you know anyone that would take me on a personal tour with my husband 2 children. How much would they charge for a day tour?

  2. sosualiving

    Yes we know of a person that does private tours. Call Patrick at 809 860 2419 and he will arrange something for your family. You can email him at and he can discuss prices with you. He does beach tours, mountain tours, cave tours and river boat tours (if the rivers aren’t too high), as well as horseback riding tours.

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