Accommodations

Set on the coastal lowlands very close to the Dominican Republic/Haiti border, Monte Cristi is slightly off the radar for most tourists visiting this country. Those who do open their eyes to this gorgeous location will find the accommodations to be unique in the region, with buildings in the Victorian style. This makes most of the hotels (of which where are only a few) to be cozy and inviting no matter which lodging option you choose. Visitors will enjoy having a… more…

Restaurants

Along the highway which connects Monte Cristi to Navarrete, visitors will encounter stand after stand of quick service food. Some sell fresh, whole produce, but many have a grill in the back and are quick to fix up a hot and hearty meal for guests. If you're looking for a sit-down eatery, Latin American and Spanish-style cuisines are the most popular choice. Travelers will find a couple of opportunities to experiment with local flavors throughout their stay in Monte… more…

Attractions

It is the natural attraction that are… more…

Activities

Not much of a big draw to tourists, Monte Cristi is a small and quiet coastal town whose appeal lies in the forested regions that surround it. Many visitors choose to make this their home base for eco-tourism. In fact, the most popular activity is to head just out of town to the forest… more…

Shopping

Monte Cristi is a small coastal town that is just now beginning to be… 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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