Accommodations

A mid-sized town a few miles to the northwest of the Samana peninsula, Nagua is rarely thought of as a tourist hot spot. Instead, it is a community that caters to locals, and has little more than a few rental properties for visitors to snatch up for when they are going to be in the area. If you're not in the market for a more typical hotel, you might want to consider renting one of the area's nearby condos or villas. Read more info for each place by clicking the links.… more…

Beaches

Golden sands with far-off views of the mountains typify the beaches of Naguas which remain largely uncrowded. If you travel just south-east to the Samana peninsula you'll find more crowded shores, but here is a less popularly known destination which will allow you to relax on a long stretch of beach without anyone much company. You will find a good group of beaches to consider visiting, though all of them are located in neighboring areas. Simply click on the name of the beach… more…

Restaurants

Primarily an agricultural town, the… more…

Attractions

Primarily an agricultural community,… more…

Activities

Little more than a hub for bus transportation, Nagua does not cater much to the entrainment of tourists as they pass through. The good news is you can catch a bus to nearly anywhere and find yourself soon participating in your favored activities. On the Dominican Republic, diving and… more…

Shopping

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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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