First time to this beach. It has such a gentle slop to it that you can walk out for dozens of meters across smooth sand. Pity that the Dominicans don't pick up their rubbish though!!!
You really have to look for this beach, but do it, because it is worth it. The water is really shallow, so great for small children. If you keep walking it gets a little deeper and you can swim. It feels like paradise being there, all secluded from everything else. There is 1 (or 2) local restaurant there. we didn't... More
We stopped here...didn't stay long...but it was really cool. Very aesthetically pleasing. There are tons of little streams bubbling up ...it's really cool. The local dogs are very friendly...don't be afraid of them.
Diamond Beach at Cabrera is a large expanse of shallow sand, and I would guess it's actually a laguna because it is nestled nicely back from the ocean surrounded by jungle and rocks for quite a ways out. The waves are gentle and the shallow water goes out very far before gradually deepening. The sand is soft, and there are... More
We were told to go to this beach. We saw some photos and it was really amazing. Once we arrive, well, there is just a little kiosk selling questionable food & beverages, isolated, nobody is there. And the beach is quite small. I mean, we were looking for great destination, off-the-beaten paths, and this was theoretcally one of those. But... More
This beach Is something out of a Movie, Something Like Pirates of the Caribbean. I'm a American Born Dominican Native and trust that Ive seen nice beaches in my native country, But this One is OMG, or more like OMFG, I'm in Paridise is what you"ll say when you Witness this beach
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