The annual event showcases the vast, diverse cuisine available in Punta Cana, and is a treat for gourmet food enthusiasts and lovers of fine wines. Continue reading Punta Cana Food & Wine Festival 2016
I spent the weekend at the V Symposium Caribbean Genealogy and History (V Simposio Caribeño Genealogia e Historia) , held this year in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Continue reading Cathedral of Santa María la Menor in the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo
Punta Cana is a place like no other and offers incredible scenery, beaches, surf, kind and welcoming people, flavorful food from street vendors and fine dining restaurants, and prices that are easy on the wallet…if you know where to go. It’s a place where you can relax by the pool or seaside, and experience adventure. Continue reading Punta Cana: 5 Photos To Fuel Your Travel Inspiration
The Dominican Republic boasts some of the most stunning beaches I have ever seen.
A few months ago, I had the opportunity to visit Saona Island with my very good friend Larysa Fedorchenko. Larysa really knows her way around most of this island! Continue reading One Amazing Day On Saona Island
When you think of Punta Cana, you probably picture Caribbean sand and surf. However, you should also consider a visit to the awe-inspiring Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park and Reserve, a privately protected area of lowland subtropical forest in the heart of Punta Cana. Continue reading Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park and Reserve
Higuey is not highly coveted in terms of vacation destinations, but driving through some beautiful scenery on the way there, we found this ranch.
The Alcázar de Colón, or Columbus Alcazar, located in Santo Domingo, and forms part of the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo World Heritage Site. It is located at the east end of the enormous Plaza de España, overlooking the Ozama River. Built in the 16th century, it was initially the home of Diego Colon, the son of Christopher Columbus. This building is a must-see! Continue reading A Visit to Alcázar de Colón