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Not much to do right off the ship, so I definitely recommend an excursion here. We took a taxi with friends to the Dreams Resort, which was $65 each all-inclusive and well worth it. The food was fantastic, the drinks were cold, and there was an option of a lovely, uncrowded pool or the beach. It was a wonderful, relaxing day.

Visited: Jun 16, 2018

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Here we visited Dreams La Romana resort on a day pass, which had an open bar, lots of good food, a nice pool and beautiful beach. Taxi for 8 round trip was $100, which can be negotiated just outside the port. There are some shops around the port, but quite low key and nothing that appealing. I would strongly suggest leaving this port, as the port is very new and there is almost nothing to do at the actual port other than visit little overpriced shops.

Visited: Feb 10, 2018

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A group of us took a boat excursion for Sanoa Island. All inclusive with lunch and drinks. As many people have complained ahead of me, yes it is not a wealthy country and locals do have to sell to feed their family but it wasn't any more aggressive than any other port.


We were going to do the $59 pp excursion to Altos de Chavon. We were talking to our favourite crew member that told us not to do the excursion but instead walk to the bus terminal where the excursions leave from. On the right side is the ticket booth where you can buy return tickets to shopping, Altos de Chavon or both. The $7 return ticket to Altos de Chavon is what we bought and it was one of the best excursions we have ever gone on. The views were fantastic and it feels like you have traveled to an old town in Italy. The amphtheater is impressive and still in use for concerts. It has several shopping boutiques and a little general store hidden away so that it does not spoil the old world feel.


This a port where a shore tour is your best option OR staying on the ship as a good choice. We stayed on the ship. However, there is now a "straw market" just off the pier where you can purchase local goods.

Visited: Dec 02, 2017

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