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Dominican Republic Video Tours

The video tours below help illustrate the colorful and vibrant nature of the Dominican Republic. This tropical country offers a wide variety of lifestyles and each video offers a taste of what a visitor can expect when they visit this vast and wonderful island in the Caribbean. Whether looking for a vacation rental or a place to live and invest, clicking on a video will give you an brief overview of that area. In turn, it will start you on a a tour of the most popular communities in this island paradise.

VT-Sosua_250x167The Sosua Video Tour includes the quaint village on the scenic Sosua bay with sandy beaches and blue water diving and snorkeling. It also includes the hillside communities above the village with panoramic ocean views and access to the great restaurants and shopping in Sosua.
Video Tour CabareteThe Cabarete Video Tour includes the area between Sea Horse Ranch to the west and Velero Condominiums to the east. Cabarete Bay consists mostly of beachfront condos and international restaurants. Various windsurfing and kiteboard schools are located along the sandy beaches.
VT-Cabrera_250x167The Cabrera Video Tour includes the new Amanera Resort at Playa Grande Club & Reserve. Playa Princesa and the golf course are popular locations. Most of the properties in Cabrera are private villas.; many in oceanfront gated communities and others in the hills above with ocean views.
Video Tour Las TerrenasThe Las Terrenas Video Tour introduces you to the Samana Peninsula on the northeastern portion of the Dominican Republic. This area is on the north of the peninsula and has long stretches of sandy beaches dotted with restaurants and "Bed & Breakfast" type accommodations.
Video Tour SamanaThe Samana Video Tour introduces you to the "Bay" side of the peninsula. The waters between the mainland are much like an inland lake and provide a venue for safe water-sport activities. It is a great area for boats of all sizes and types. A favorite destination is the Los Haitises National Park.
VT-Puntacana_250x167The Punta Cana Video Tour includes Bavaro to the north, Puntacana Resort & Club, and Cap Cana to the South. Bavaro is know for its all-inclusive resorts. Both of the private communities to the south are more residential and include world-class golf courses and other amenities.
Video Tour Casa de CampoThe Casa de Campo Video Tour shows off the many different lifestyles and amenities of the most classical gated community in the Dominican Republic. Although it has been around the longest, it evolves each year to be one of the most modern resorts in the world. This resort is known for its famous golf courses like "Teeth of the Dog".
Video Tour DRThe Dominican Republic Video Tour presents an overview of all the areas described above. It shows recommended airports for each area and the relationship of each to the other. Although considered an island paradise, it is also a large country with modern metropolitan areas.
The Dominican Republic is considered part of HispaƱola which is a large island in the Caribbean. The southern one-third of the island is Haiti and the eastern two-thirds of the island is the Dominican Republic. Separating the two countries is a large mountain range, and as such, the separating mountains cannot be easily traversed. Therefore, each country is considered independent and has their own separate and distinct lifestyles. There is some exchange of commerce, but very little. The Haitian people are a very hard working people and often come to the Dominican Republic to work on projects being developed there. In many cases, the Haitian people speak mainly French, but are often multi-lingual and speak some Spanish and some English.

On the extreme southeast portion of the Dominican Republic is Barahona, which is a growing tourism area that may become popular over the upcoming years. At this time, however, the most frequent tourist areas are the north, east, and south coasts of the Dominican Republic. For longer vacations, many people enjoy the cultural and historic landmarks in Santo Domingo, which is the capital of the country. But again, the most popular tourist spots are to the north and to the east. One special feature of the Dominican Republic is the vast network of international airports which are strategically placed around the country.

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