Restaurants

It is the "paradores" or luxury hotels along the main strip which seem to offer the most elevated cuisine in Jarabacoa, however, there is no shortage of good eats available throughout town. Pork is a favorite ingredient, whether you stop at a roadside diner or choose to focus on a view of the mountains while you sample the local cuisine. Visitors will have at least a few opportunities to enjoy local flavors throughout their stay in Jarabacoa. American and Creole dishes are among the… more…

Attractions

Mountains thick with pine trees are what… more…

Accommodations

Eco-tourism reigns supreme in Jarabacoa, but it isn't the be all, end all. Those who want to explore the mountainside without a resort… more…

Hotels

If you're looking for eco-friendly accommodation, Jarabacoa is the place… more…

Eco Tourism

Known as the birth place of the Dominican Republic's eco-tourism industry… more…

Activities

Hidden away in the mountains of the Dominican Republic is the picturesque town of Jarabacoa, which prides itself on having thus far avoided being overrun by the resort tourism industry. Instead, it is eco-tourism which has taken hold here, and top activities involve hiking, birding, mountain… more…

Shopping

While there is no major department store, and luxury shopping really… more…

Nightlife

Put on your dance shoes because nightlife in Jarabacoa… more…

Transportation

The opposite of what you'd expect from a Caribbean getaway, Jarabacoa… more…

Air Travel

A getaway in the mountain town of Jarabacoa takes a little bit of extra… more…

Rental Cars

Jarabacoa's location in the center of a rain forested and mountainous… more…

Taxis

There is a lot about Jarabacoa that… more…

Attractions

Mountains thick with pine trees are what… more…

Hotels

If you're looking for eco-friendly… more…

Attractions

Mountains thick with pine trees are what set Jarabacoa on the map as a eco-tourism mecca on the island of the Dominican Republic. All… 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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