High Season and chill coming to an end. As a rule, with the month of March, every day becomes warmer and warmer and summer is gaining its momentum. Warmer is not only air, but also water in the ocean. That, in turn, promotes the growth of algae, which every year unfortunately is becoming more active. In the hot summer months it is especially felt in the Eastern region of the Dominican Republic.
When June arrives with the heat, you will appreciate the constant strong winds with clean and accessible public beaches in the North of the Dominican Republic. Slightly cooler Atlantic coast bordering the Northern coast of the Dominican Republic is more fortunate. Our beaches year-round are free of algae and due to the lack of a mass influx of tourists, not loaded with debris.
In contrast to the Eastern region of the Dominican Republic where all hotels are ALL-inclusive and where the entrances to the beach you have to pay a daily fee. Our beaches are accessible to anyone and free of charge, where especially Cabarete is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Within a radius of 15 minutes drive, you can choose a number of beaches offering water activities for all tastes! Surfing, kite-surfing, wind surfing, paddle boarding, snorkeling, fishing, etc.