Playa Diamante is an estuary, shaped where an underground river brings freshwater into the ocean sparkling up through the clayish sand. The outcome is a shallow, endangered area with virtually no currents, making it the picture-perfect beach for families with children.The protected inlet points to the southeast, so there are no waves.
Playa Rincon is Located in Samana Peninsula, with it’s clear waters, is one of the most beautiful beaches in Dominican Republic.
Cabarete is broadly known as a wind-devotees heaven because of the apparently endless wind. But did you know that surfing in Cabarete is just as common? Thanks to a steady Atlantic swell, the north shore of the Dominican Republic is blessed with waves 350 days a year, fascinating surfers from all around the global.