Founded by Christopher Columbus in the 15th century, Puerto Plata gives its visitors an insight into the region’s history. Throughout the 16th century the city’s harbour helped it become a famous port for trading. Situated in the northern part of Dominican Republic, cheap all inclusive holidays in Puerto Plata have gained significance over the years.
A pretty little town with cobbled narrow lanes and a beautiful seafront avenue along with brightly coloured houses and some old buildings; all inclusive Puerto Plata is as appealing as it gets. Made up of sandy beaches, lush forests and high mountains, Puerto Plata is a charmer. The mount Isabel de Torres, rising to a height of 792m and provides a beautiful backdrop to the city.
Miles and miles of soft sands stretching right from Costa Dorada in the East to Bahia Maimon in the West, the Amber coast provides beautiful coastline.
With stunning amber coloured beaches, crystalline waters and the gigantic mount Isabel de Torres forming a gorgeous backdrop; holidays all inclusive in Puerto Plata are definitely all about beaches. Ideal for a sun, sea and sand holiday, Puerto Plata offers something for everyone- those looking for a relaxing break can take a leisurely nap under a parasol or sunbathe while, those out for some action can try their hand at a variety of water sports.
The fun definitely doesn’t stop on holidays in Puerto Plata post sundown. Blessed with an exciting and thrilling nightlife, Puerto Plata has plenty to offer its visitors. There are a handful of bars and clubs in town along with many evening shows. Be it singing, dancing, karaoke, beauty contests, performances or Merengue lessons- Puerto Plata has it all. Apart from these, most hotels have their own in-house evening entertainment programs for their guests. The Ocean World Adventure Park with its dance shows, live performances, casino and nightclub is also another major attraction for tourists.
When to go:
The summers on Puerto Plata holidays are from May to October with almost 12 hours of sunshine and daytime temperatures of 31°C. The temperatures in Puerto Plata remain warm throughout the year, thus winning it the status of being the ‘endless summer resort’. The best time to visit Puerto Plata is during early October, when the Merengue festival takes place or during the month of June when, the cultural festival takes place. Lots of dance programs, music concerts and exhibitions take place at that time.
Map of Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
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