The Samaná waters of the humid Samaná Bay (Bahía Samaná) are a haven for marine animals. One of the biggest draws here are the humpback whales that calve here during January and February,Parque Nacional Los Haïtises, an ecological wonderland of jungle-covered islands, translucent waters, and thick mangrove forests.Bird-filled caves like the Cueva del Angel, and pre-Columbian pictographs. The Salto El Limón waterfall is also worth a visit as well as the postcard-worthy Playa Rincon,Horse riding, hiking, biking, and birding are popular in Samaná Peninsula.
The Dominican Republic is the most diverse and enticing country in the Caribbean area. This country is known worldwide for its beautiful white sand beaches, diverse fauna, ecotourism destinations and the warmth of its people. The capital city is Santo Domingo, rich in culture, dynamic scenery, affordable lifestyle and lavish nightlife. One of the most popular destinations is Punta Cana, located in the East of the country, receiving more than 6 million tourists each year. As an immigrant myself I can honestly say that in the Dominican Republic, life begins again.