Ample Waves make Macao a great place to take a surf lesson.
Ride a cable car to the top of Pico Isabel De Torees to view Christ the Redeemer and stroll the botanical gardens.
This Replica of a 16th-Century Village is a glimpse into history and a haven for local artisans.
Take an excursion and ride into the lush jungle on horseback, then take a dip in the base pools of el Limon.
Courses designed by the best: Pete Dym, Tom Fazio, Jack Nicklaus and Rees Jones, is why the Dominican Republic is rapidly becoming the premier golf destination of the Caribbean.
Medieval Palaces mix with Bachata Music and nightlife make this centuries-old gem rival any modern city in the world.
What DOESN’T this Caribbean island have? The second-largest and most diverse Caribbean country, conveniently close at just two hours south of Miami and four hours from New York, it’s no wonder that the Dominican Republic is one of the top destinations in this sea. The luxuriousness and value of its many all-inclusive resorts lure visitors from all across the country, and leisure upmarket pursuits like golfing and more adventurous ones like fishing and jungle exploration, keep them coming back.