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JARABACOA

This picturesque mountain resort town is a popular getaway for people living in the larger cities of Santiago and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. 

It has an elevation of 529 meters (1,736 feet). People go from all over the world to settle in this region because it is known for its pleasant climate, its clear rivers, and its expansive green landscapes that are surrounded by mountains that produce coffee.

 Jarabacoa, which means "place of waters" in Taino, is a hub for ecotourism that is easily accessible via modern highways and provides a variety of beautiful accommodations. 

These accommodations range from riverfront ranches and eco-lodges to luxury holiday villas located in the mountains.

Pico Duarte, which stands at 3,087 meters (10,125 feet) tall and is located within the Armando Bermúdez and José del Carmen Ramirez national parks, reigns over the Cordillera Central mountain range. 

The majority of the adventurous tourists who visit this side of the country do so on a mission to scale the highest peak in the Caribbean. 

The Rio Yaque del Norte is the longest river in the Dominican Republic, and it pours down from this powerful crest. 

It then makes its way through the center of the Cibao region, serving as the region's lifeline. Along with at least six additional rivers that originate from this region, including their tributaries, this is a world of waterfalls and outdoor water adventures.

You can go river rafting, tubing, canyoning, and rappelling down Salto Baiguate; hike to the Salto de Jimenoa falls; or swim at La Cortina and La Confluencia, two recreational parks that are fed by fresh pools.

JARABACOA This picturesque mountain resort town is a popular getaway for people living in the larger cities of Santiago and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. 
 

JARABACOA This picturesque mountain resort town is a popular getaway for people living in the larger cities of Santiago and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. 

Jarabacoan culture includes a lot of outdoor activities, one of which is horseback riding. 

You haven't quite felt the magic of this valley-filled town until you've been galloping on horseback or riding freely on a scooter along verdant fields, fragrant with cilantro and tayota, past cows grazing along riverbanks and under mango trees, and wooden cabins tucked near mountain tops. 

In other words, you haven't quite felt the town's enchantment until you've experienced it on two wheels. Exploring the surrounding villages of Jarabacoa, including La Ciénaga and Manabao, is an essential part of getting a sense of the town's energy.

 The best way to do this is on a mountain bike, as the terrain is mountainous and the roads are winding and narrow. 

Along the way, you'll pass by the famous coffee plantations of the area. 

You also have the option of tandem paragliding over the peaks, valleys, and waterfalls of Jarabacoa, which will provide you with a breathtaking bird's-eye perspective of the surrounding area.  La romana Dominican Republic

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After the sun goes down, downtown Jarabacoa comes alive with shoppers, diners, and vendors, as well as a hint of nightlife. 

This area is easy to explore on foot. Jarabacoa is blessed with a variety of reasonably priced daily utilities, from well-stocked supermarkets to a multitude of dining alternatives. 

This is due to the fact that Jarabacoa is both a tourist destination and a vacation destination for Dominicans. 

Dine under the stars with breathtaking vistas while snacking on a juicy steak at a roadside parillada or grill that is popular in this region.

 The Café de Monte Alto factory, located on the outskirts of town, is responsible for producing the city's prized blend of coffee.

 If you stop by, you'll be able to take a tour of the coffee-making process and enjoy plenty of tastings, both of which are sure to keep you warm in this "city of eternal spring."

In addition, Jarabacoa is the only town in the country that holds an annual flower festival in the month of June. 

This festival honors the tradition of mountain life with activities such as equestrian parades, flower competitions, and folkloric dancing. What's not to adore about it?

The Cibao International Airport (STI), which can be found in Santiago and is roughly an hour's drive north of Jarabacoa and a half an hour's drive from La Vega city, is the most convenient access point.  Puerto Plata Dominican Republic

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