Accommodations

Once a quiet fishing village, Las Terrenas can lay claim to that title no more. Now it is a funky-chic resort area that operates as the heart of the Samana peninsula, which seems to try and be above the typical resort community. In the end, that is exactly what it is. No matter which way you travel along the shore you are greeted with impressive hotel properties, many operated by ex-pats, and villas which play to a more Dominican style than the almost French aura… more…

Hotels

Las Terenas is known for having one of… more…

Villa Complexes

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All Inclusive

From west to east, all along the shores… more…

Activities

The center of tourism on the Samana Peninsula, Las Terrenas has a bit of a European vibe about it. Still, activities that revolve around nature reign supreme. ATV tours, hiking, whale watching, scuba diving, and sailing are all great ways to pass the time here, but you can also take… more…

Diving

From canyons to caverns, it is not the landscape underneath the surface… more…

Shopping

The appeal of a stay in Las Terrenas, it must be said,… more…

Snorkeling

Las Terrenas is an eclectic little town that draws people… more…

Restaurants

The dining scene in Las Terrenas is unlike others throughout the Dominican Republic. Here, the European influences of ex-pats are heavily… more…

Attractions

Las Terras is not only a popular destination amongst foreigners, but… more…

Transportation

Set along Samana's north coast, Las Terrenas is one of the newest resort… more…

Air Travel

At one time, tourists would have to fly to Santo Domingo then drive for… more…

Rental Cars

Las Terrenas has seen a great deal of growth in the last few years, and… more…

Taxis

Las Terrenas status as a resort town in… more…

Attractions

Las Terras is not only a popular… more…

Hotels

Las Terenas is known for having one of… more…

Snorkeling

Las Terrenas is an eclectic little town that draws people from all walks of life for a number of reasons. One of those reasons is the tranquil nature of the clear, blue waters, and the sites that lie beneath. This makes snorkeling a favorite pastime among many. The beachfront of more…

Diving

From canyons to caverns, it is not the landscape underneath the surface… more…

Attractions

Las Terras is not only a popular destination amongst foreigners, but resident's of the Dominican Republic's capital frequent the town as well.… 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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