Accommodations

La Vega offers tourists the exact opposite of the typical beach getaway that tourists heading to the Caribbean typically seek out. Here, set in the mountains, you'll find an earthier community, where green scenery abounds and the accommodations follow suit. It is easy to find an eco-resort here, especially if you head to nearby Jarabacoa, but there are also a small number of standard hotels and villa complexes to choose from as well. You'll be able to find multiple… more…

Hotels

La Vega is a rustic, more earthy… more…

Restaurants

With a rich farming community, the selection of food available at most local restaurants includes a spread of fresh ingredients harvested from nearby plots. Most of the eateries in town offer visitors a chance to sample true local cuisine. Guests will have at least a few chances to experiment with local flavors throughout their stay in La Vega. Creole and Latin American dishes are two of the more popular dining options you'll find in the area. Remember to click on each link to… more…

Attractions

About two hours away from some of the… more…

Activities

For most of the year, La Vega is a quiet town at the center of the Dominican Republic where eco-tourism rules. Then comes Carnival season and locals and tourists alike take to the streets for dancing, partying, and an all around good time. If you visit outside of Carnival season, your days… more…

Shopping

Early in the morning and on weekends it when shopping is at its peak in… 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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