In Dominican Republic Water sports are a big attraction and one of the main activities to be undertaken in the country, thanks to the crystal, clear and warm weather, the wind that comes in some areas and natural treasures submerged Dominican waters.
Dominican Republic has an exceptional natural beauty that is palpable from coast to coast , but also owns an impressive and magical underwater world of extraordinary natural and remarkable archaeological conditions where coral reefs, caves, Galleons, shipwrecks and abundant multicolor fantastic wildlife, all worthy to explore and admire.
The country is listed as one of the best destinations for diving in the Caribbean , crystal and clear waters, beautiful colors of marine life and variety of idyllic scenes which are in each region national geography.
Dominican Republic hosts several fishing tournaments which are held annually. For those not looking to fishermen, but they like a taste the action of catching a barracuda or a swordfish fight, “charters” are available across the country.
White marlin season is from March to July, blue marlin from July to September. At the end of October, the waters of the sea is calm, and can easily leave small boats fishing for dorado, tuna, mackerel, swordfish and sailfish, among other.
KITE, WINDSURF & SURF
Among those who are lovers of extreme water sports, Dominican Republic is world renowned for its beaches and the town of Cabarete as “the world capital of kiteboarding”.
And is that Cabarete offers the perfect combination of beaches, winds and waves to create the best conditions for the “kiteboarding”. It is one of the fastest growing sports. This surf-like activity uses a huge kite to catch the wind while the athlete is balanced in the table. There are shops and hire experienced kiteboarding instructors available along the area known as Kite Beach.
Windsurfers also released to water in its massive visit to the country during the World Cup Windsurfing in Cabarete held during the month of July. Most hotels in the area has equipment available for rent.
The warm waters attract tricolor regattas as April 2010, Rolex Farr 40 Pre-World and the Sailing World Championships in the marine of Casa de Campo.
You can not talk about this land and perhaps no mention of Dominican baseball greatest passion undoubtedly the best after the majors in the United States. More than five hundred of our players or players have been key to some of the most important American equipment parts. If by chance you are visiting our country during the months of October through the end of January, you can experience the high standards of a baseball game and the passion that intoxicates the Dominican fanatic.
However, it is worth noting that Dominicans have also worked hard in volleyball and women’s team has managed to win some international championships that have led him to be considered one of the best worldwide.
In Dominican Republic baseball is known as “la pelota” (the ball) and is the sport that all passions, regardless of social class, sex or age of the fan.
Favorite golfing destination of former Presidents Bill Clinton and George HW Bush, Dominican Republic has become one of the hottest spots to golf fans in the world. Here golfers can enjoy 28 golf courses, more than any other destination in the Caribbean, many with oceanfront golf and beautiful coconut groves. You will also find courses designed by golf legends such as Pete Dye, PB Dye, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones Sr., Gary Player, Tom Fazio, Nick Faldo, Nick Price and Greg Norman.
Visitors to Dominican Republic don´t need to worry about bringing golf clubs or if they know or not to play , each field offers the possibility of renting affordable golf lessons and recognized professionals. Regardless of your handicap, golf Dominican Republic promise a unique and challenging experience.