Accommodations

A vacation in Miches differs from one in any of the busy resort towns in the Dominican Republic. This small town is underdeveloped not only when it comes to tourism, but even as a residential community, and the clientele it attracts is one that looks to nature to keep them entertained during a getaway. As tourism does continue to grow here, coordinators look towards using local resources and sustainable planning in the development and construction of area accommodations and… more…

Hotels

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Restaurants

Once a booming commercial fishing town, today Miches is an over-fished, over-harvested town which has turned to the government for aid in production. Most visitors come here for the eco-tourism and find that there are very few restaurants to choose from. The few that are available try to draw from the land and sea surrounding Miches as much as possible, but in the end, most of the food must be shipped in. Travelers will find at least two chances to enjoy trying… more…

Attractions

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Activities

A small town with a focus on eco-tourism, Miches is not currently a bust destination, but predictions are that in the future it will be. This town likes its visitors to spend as much time outdoors as possible, and activities like sightseeing, hiking, and scuba diving allow that to happen.… more…

Diving

Shopping

A small fishing village along the country's north coast,… more…

Snorkeling

On land, Miches is a charming, picturesque fishing village… 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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