Things to do in Las Terrenas

Cascada El Limon

The Limon Waterfall is a spectacular cascade of 50 meters high, with a beautiful natural pool, located in the community of Limon in Samana, in the Northeastern Dominican Republic. The Limon Waterfall is plunged into a tropical forest on the Samana peninsula.

 The Limon Waterfall is made up of three exits through which water flows through a solid green wall, a product of the hundreds of ferns and the presence of a high level of humidity in the area. It culminates in a natural pool formed by its fresh and crystalline water, where you can enjoy a totally relaxing bath.


Playa Ermitaño


Playa Ermitaño is a beach located on the Samana Peninsula in the Dominican Republic.

It is a pristine beach of great beauty, the lush vegetation that
surrounds it makes this place, a magical place where time stops, and
where we let ourselves be lulled by the sound of waves bringing back the
coconut fallen from the trees, incessant back and forth.

You will understand it playa Ermitaño is a small paradise corner!


Deep Fishing

The Dominican Republic  is close to the most deepest areas in the planet, and deep fishing in Las Terrenas is very close to shore. Almost 4-5 miles you can have around 6000ft deep.
Enjoy sport fishing and big game too. You can find Dorado, Tuna, Wahoo, Marlin.
Enjoy the beautifull landscapes and try some action from this pelagic. Almos year round you can find fish, but its better in December – Feb  And July -Agust.
Prices are affordable comparing other countries of the caribbean.

Las Terrenas life real estate

Playa Bonita


Playa Bonita is as pretty as its name suggests–a crescent-shaped, cozy white sand beach lined with a variety of boutique hotels, villas, and restaurants.

The western edge of the beach is as still as a swimming pool, attracting families, while the eastern side–facing hotels and a kitesurfing school–offers active waves for the adventurous.

Pair a day at the beach with lunch at any of the beachfront hotels & restaurant, for French and Caribbean cuisine by the sea.

Playa Coson


Among the top three most stunning beaches on the Samaná Peninsula, this golden, soft-sanded beauty is located just a 20-minute drive west from the heart of Las Terrenas. Also reached via the scenic Boulevard Turístico del Atlántico, it’s ideal for long walks, popular for kitesurfing–with on-site classes–and body surfing, and there are a handful of boutique hotels flanking its western and eastern sides. Dominican-style fish and seafood are served off fire-hearth grills, onto tables set directly on the beach. Walk off your lunch along Playa Cosón’s length to the eastern end, where you will end up at Punta Bonita, a stretch of sand jutting out into the sea where it connects with Playa Bonita.


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