BACANA MAGAZINE hotel occidental punta cana
BACANA MAGAZINE hotel occidental punta cana
BACANA MAGAZINE hotel occidental punta cana
BACANA MAGAZINE hotel occidental punta cana
Caño hondo

Caño hondo, a hidden Paradise

It is very diffi cult to imagine landscapes in the Dominican Republic that are unrelated to the white sands and turquoise waters; but, you can change the saltwater by refreshing waterfalls, this is what Caño Hondo offers.

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Constanza

Constanza, Exploring the Caribbean Alps

A matchless environment having temperatures below 5 °C in winter, has made Constanza the coldest city in the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean. Its amazing mountainous landscapes painted in white at dawn represent a challenge, even in the Tropics, to those finding at the Swiss Alps in Europe.

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Punta Rucia

Punta Rucia, Sense of Place

In the north coast of the Dominican Republic, there is an idyllic enclave that has been the inspiration to write a popular song, has attracted thousands of local and foreign tourists, and has been an important source of incomes in this area.

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Esmeralda Beach

Esmeralda Beach, a secret paradise

A white sandy beach, with crystal clear water and palm trees is the image that comes to our mind if want to relax and forget daily stress. It is a scene that is repeated in the numerous beaches that exist in the Dominican Republic, but it is different in each of them.

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Saona Island

Saona Island, wild nature

The smaller islands surrounding our island enclosed places are worth a visit. This time we will make a trip to Saona, the biggest island belonging to the Dominican Republic, located in the southeast of the country.

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Loma Redonda

Loma redonda

Where silence and peace become allies. Do dreams go to rest, do you reach them, or do they fade away up in the heights? This was the question I had in mind while climbing.

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Our Lady of la Altagracia

Our Lady of la Altagracia (our Lady of Grace) A pilgrimage of faith

It is said that over 30% of Dominican women carry the name Altagracia, either as first or as a middle name, and it is no surprise. Considering the devotion given to the “Protective Mother of the Dominican Republic” many may confuse her as the patron of the country, a designation that belongs to Our Lady of Mercy (Our Lady of Las Mercedes).

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