Beaches

Because Barahona lacks the protection of a coral reef system off the coast, the waters can be rough. This means that families should be especially careful when visiting this town's beaches with young and inexperienced swimmers. The soft sands and picturesque views are well worth a trip even if you can't stop for a swim. There are a good group of beaches to enjoy in and around the area. Simply click on the name of the beach for a detailed guide to that section of… more…

Restaurants

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Natural Attractions

Guests can enjoy one of the many parks… more…

Attractions

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Accommodations

Barahona is considered a secret paradise, surrounded by three major national parks and set along the southwest coast of Bahia de Neiba.… more…

Hotels

A remote destination with a wild side, Barahona is best known for its… more…

Activities

Despite being the largest city on the west coast of the Dominican Republic, Barahona remains a place that tourists can stop for a quiet vacation away from the major resort towns. Tourism is not a primary industry, but those who do make the trip do with a sense of adventure. Activities… more…

Shopping

Since Barahona isn't a major tourism destination, the opportunities for… more…

Sailing & Boating

Barahona is an official port of entry in the Dominican… more…

Transportation

Located along the Dominican Republic's southwest coast, Barahona is… more…

Air Travel

Barahona is home to its very own international airport, which may lead… more…

Rental Cars

As an important coastal town, many of the attractions in Barahona are… more…

Sailing & Boating

Barahona is an official port of entry… more…

Taxis

Allowing tourists looking for a quiet… more…

Beaches

Because Barahona lacks the protection… more…

Attractions

The reason most tourists visit Barahona is to forget about life back home as they sink into the sand and relax on the beach. While this… more…

Beaches

Because Barahona lacks the protection of a coral reef system off the… more…

Natural Attractions

Guests can enjoy one of the many parks in Barahona. The parks available… more…

Sailing & Boating

Barahona is an official port of entry in the Dominican Republic, and although it serves mainly as a commercial port, sailors who are planning on chartering a yacht to sail them to their vacation in this quiet town can certainly clear in, dock, and provision here. The harbor is well-marked with buoys… more…

Weather

Because of its almost year-round warmth and sunshine, some people refer to the Dominican Republic's climate as "endless summer." The more…

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