Sun, surf, and warm sandy beaches are waiting to be enjoyed at the seaside destination of Cabarete in the Dominican Republic. This sun-soaked slice of paradise showcases beachside adventures, water sports, and relaxation around every turn. Treat yourself to the soft tropical breezes, picturesque day excursions, and sugar-sand beaches that dot the Dominican Republic coast, and leave the stress of the daily grind behind.
Whether you're traveling with a big group to dive into the action, planning a couple's retreat to make seaside memories, or traveling solo to forge your own path, the warm welcome of our Cabarete vacation rentals is waiting.
Nestled on the northern tip of the island, Cabarete is set just about 100 miles west of the sunshine-kissed destination of Las Terrenas and 130 miles north from the vibrant streets and historic sites of Santo Domingo, you'll be able to unwind in the waves while having easy access to day trips and memory-making excursions.
Wake up with a delicious breakfast while the waves crash in the distance before heading down to the perfect sands at Cabarete Beach. Book a surfing lesson to get out on the waves and enjoy a ride, or maybe something a little faster like a jet ski to skip across the waves. Snag a spot on a deep sea fishing trip to try your hand at catching a trophy.
Grab your camera and snap a few perfect pictures of the rugged landscape within El Choco National Park, or reserve your spot on an in-land adventure to explore local, awe-inspiring caves. Take a full day to head to Puerto Playa to hike through the lush forest and swim in the waters that make up the 27 branches of the Falls of Damajagua. Afterward, indulge in an authentic Dominican lunch, then wander the streets of Cabarete and Perla Marina to see the culture and sights.
Whether you wish to let the day slip by as you lounge on sun-drenched beaches and float atop the emerald waters with a stand-up paddleboard, or reveling in the warm embrace of the vibrant culture, our Cabarete vacation rentals have something for every tropical traveler.
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