Restaurants

Right smack in the middle of the country is Bonao, which along with the tourists who travel to see this city exclusively, there are a lot of people who pass by as they work their way around the country. For this reason, it makes sense that the three major restaurants in town are located right on the highway, each serving local fare and offering a clean place for travelers to stop and rest. As you move away from the main road, guests will find small diners and open air… more…

Attractions

Halfway between the capital of Santo… more…

Accommodations

Best known for its extravagant Carnival celebrations each year, Bonao is actually an unsuspecting center of culture with several important… more…

Activities

For many travelers, Bonao is little more than a stopover on their way to a much larger tourist destination like Sant Domingo to the south. Others know that this unique little town is a great stop for sightseeing with several important cultural facilities within town and a lush forest surrounding… more…

Shopping

Main shopping haunts in Bonao exist along the highway in order to attract… more…

Transportation

One of the oldest villages on the island, Bonao is not visited by people… more…

Air Travel

A remote destination that is attractive to tourists looking for a quiet… more…

Rental Cars

It is not terribly popular to rent a car in Bonao, but tourists who… more…

Taxis

Taxis are a great way to get around and… more…

Attractions

Halfway between the capital of Santo… more…

Attractions

Halfway between the capital of Santo Domingo and the second city of Santiago is the town of Bonao. Long thought of merely as a stop-over… 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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