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Cabarete

Cabarete, Dominican Republic

Description

Cabarete is an unpretentious seaside destination that attracts mostly thrill-seeking tourists. Indeed, with its winds blowing constantly, Cabarete has quickly become a globally reknown kitesurfing destination. Have you always wanted to try it out? This heavenly place is the perfect place to do it!



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What to do in Cabarete


Kite Beach and Cabarete Bay

Kite Beach is Cabarete’s ultimate attraction. Dozens of kitesurfing enthusiasts meet there to practice their sport and exchange techniques. Several competitions take place there each year, including one of the PKRA (Professional Kite Riders Association) World Cup stages. Cabarete Bay is another good place for kitesurfing. It offers very good conditions as well while often being less crowded.


Mountain biking

You like thrills, but prefer to stay on dry land? Try mountain biking! Experts will be drawn by the 40 km El Choco Loco has to offer while beginners will prefer the 23 km Jamao River Loop.


Golf

You are more of a golf fan? Great! The Dominican Republic is a destination with some fantastic tropical courses. Don't forget to bring your best club covers: you'll be all the rage!


Ocean Sands Casino Cabarete

To enjoy nightlife, you have to go to the Ocean Sands Casino Cabarete. Nothing better, after a day of sport, than having a drink with friends and playing poker.

Temperatures

Maximum (°C)

Minimum (°C)

Precipitation (mm)

Jan.

28

19

163

Feb.

28

19

134

Mar.

29

20

96

Apr.

29

21

115

May

30

22

112

Jun.

32

23

71

Jul.

32

23

57

Aug.

32

23

67

Sep.

32

23

72

Oct.

32

22

114

Nov.

30

21

184

Dec.

29

20

240


Currency

The country's official currency is the Dominican Peso (DOP). U.S. dollars and credit and debit cards are also accepted at tourist resorts. Remember to communicate the dates of your stay in the Dominican Republic to your banking institution if you plan to use your cards on the island.

Convertor

CAD
to
DOP

Official language

Spanish is the official language in the Dominican Republic but in tourist areas most people also speak English. Before you go, learn a few words and phrases in the local language to wow the locals!

Voltage

Electrical outlets used in the Dominican Republic are the same as in Canada. However, voltage and frequency may differ depending on the hotel. If your devices do not have the words: INPUT: 100-240V, 50/60Hz, plan ahead and bring a converter.

Electrical outlet
Electrical outlet

Passport and entry & exit requirements

It is strongly recommended that your Canadian passport be valid for at least 6 months after the date of your return from travel. For more information, visit the Government of Canada's website.


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