Accommodations

A sliver of land which runs from the north coast of the Semana peninsula and inland, a number of great accommodations are available throughout the town. Along the coast is the easiest place to find all-inclusive resorts and individual villa properties, while along the highway headed south it is more likely to find standard hotels, resorts, and villa complexes. Whichever style works for you, know that this town is a quiet one, and you'll find it easy to laze about without… more…

Hotels

Las Galeras may be a no-frills one-street… more…

All Inclusive

Despite being a sleepy seaside village… more…

Villa Rentals

Antsy to avoid the typical tourist… more…

Activities

Tourism has grown significantly in Las Galeras in recent years, yet it remains a quiet fishing village. Fishing is important to the local community and a popular activity for those who visit this town on the Samana Peninsula. Scuba diving and snorkeling are other ways that tourists spend… more…

Diving

Some of the most adventurous dive sites in the Dominican Republic can… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

Many active explorers are quick to look at a map of Las… more…

Shopping

With less than a handful of shops in the entire town,… more…

Beaches

Las Galeras is known especially for its beaches. One of the best beaches on the island, in fact, is located here, but there are also a… more…

Restaurants

Boasting just one main road, you'll find almost all of your dining… more…

Attractions

Located at the end of the Samana Peninsula, Las Galeras is a quiet town… more…

Transportation

A small fishing village northeast of Samana, Las Galeras attracts the… more…

Air Travel

Perhaps because it is not one of the biggest tourist destinations on… more…

Rental Cars

Famous for its beaches more so than anything else, Las Galeras attracts… more…

Sailing & Boating

Set on the Samana peninsula, Las Galeras… more…

Taxis

Las Galeras boasts one of the few… more…

Beaches

Las Galeras is known especially for its… more…

Sailing & Boating

Set on the Samana peninsula, Las Galeras is a great sailing destination within easy access of an official port of entry. Those who are uninterested in sailing directly to the Dominican Republic on their own can wait until their arrive and book a local excursion to get out on local waters.… more…

Diving

Some of the most adventurous dive sites in the Dominican Republic can… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

Many active explorers are quick to look at a map of Las… more…

Attractions

Located at the end of the Samana Peninsula, Las Galeras is a quiet town home to a small community of European ex-pats who make their living… more…

Beaches

Las Galeras is known especially for its beaches. One of the best… more…

Weather

Because of its almost year-round warmth and sunshine, some people refer to the Dominican Republic's climate as "endless summer." The temperature on the island remains fairly consistent at around 77 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year. Generally, the whole island is sunny with tropical weather. The change in seasons is determined more by the annual rainfall then by the temperature. May to October are considered the summer… more…

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