When you stay at Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club in Puerto Plata, you have access to an incredibly large assortment of amenities. Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club features 11 lite-fare bars, 28 full-service bars, more than 12 pools and seven beaches. The premises also feature nightclubs, casinos, spas and both kids and teen activities clubs. With so much to see and do on premises, a lot of travelers to the resort never leave the resort during their stay. However, for those looking to explore the Dominican Republic, Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club suggests the following areas:
Zona Colonial – The Zona Colonial sits at the historic epicenter of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. Some of the oldest colonial buildings in the world can be viewed here. Tourists can view incredible pieces of historic architecture where the first Spanish Conquistadors used to walk.
Los Haitises – Ecotourists from around the globe head over to Los Haitises National Park due to the blue waters of Samana Bay. Tourists can enjoy coastal mountains and deep valleys, which feature the primeval rainforests. Those interested in sightseeing for animals will love the native pelicans. There are plenty of hiking trails as well as historic caves just waiting to be explored.
Playa Rincon – Playa Rincon is one of the most beautiful locations on the planet. It consistently tops the list of the best beaches in the world. Playa Rincon is located near Samana Bay and is split into three different sections. The one end features a shallow coastal lagoon. The other side offers views above the Cibao coast that is sure to take your breath away.
Whale Watching on the Samana Peninsula – One of the largest migrations of whales on the planet ends right at Samana Bay. Towards the end of January and into early February comes thousands upon thousands of humpback whales. Travelers can take a day excursion that will allow them to get extremely close to the splashing tail fins of these beautiful animals.
The Highlands of Constanza – A lot of people don’t think of anything other than beaches when they think of the Dominican Republic. However, the soaring heights of the Cordillera Central are beautiful. The town is full of sweeping fields of apple orchards and strawberry plantations. The hills provide beautiful paths for both hiking and bike riding. There’s no shortage of beauty to enjoy along the Highlands of Constanza.