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Puerto Plata has it all. With tropical green forests, relaxed beaches, lush mountains, cascading waterfalls, a variety of resorts, and a historical downtown, it’s certain that you won’t run out of things to discover during your time in Puerto Plata. The city makes the perfect destination for families, couples, and friends traveling together, with plenty of accommodation options available throughout.Finding your perfect vacation rental
There is a wide variety of vacation rentals available in Puerto Plata, ranging from lavish and spacious accommodations, to smaller and more cozy settings. Families and large groups can choose from a variety of oversized vacation rentals, equipped with several rooms and spacious living spaces. Couples and smaller groups can opt for more cozy accommodations. Book your dream vacation rental with a private pool and tropical garden setting to make your stay extra memorable. Pet-friendly vacation rentals are available for people traveling with their pets.
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The area and getting around
Puerto Plata is the third-largest city in the Dominican Republic as well as a major trading port of the Caribbean. The city is sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean to the North and by Mount Isabel de Torres to the south. The city is served by Gregorio Luperon International Airport, which is situated just 9 miles to the east of the city.The best ways to get around
The easiest and best way to get around Puerto Plata is by taxi. Taxis are cheap and abundant. Plus, if you don’t speak Spanish, it’s optimal to have a driver who understands the road signs and is familiar with the area. If you’ll be staying near the beach or at a resort, you can get around on foot, as most things you’ll need will be within walking distance. Rental cars are also available from any of the three major airports.
Travelers and activities
Puerto Plata is filled with a variety of must-see historical sites. Don’t miss out on the beautiful and historic Casa de la Cultura, which houses an art gallery, a historic library, and several cultural events. Plus, the top floor veranda offers excellent views of the surrounding park. Pay a visit to the Casa Museo General Gregorio Luperon, which showcases exhibits, photos, and other representations of late 19th-century life in the Dominican Republic.Puerto Plata for Families
There is no shortage of family-friendly activities to do in Puerto Plata. Take part in a zip line tour through “Monkey Jungle,” which is the perfect activity for thrill-seekers, nature lovers, and families of all ages. The tour consists of two suspension bridges, seven zip lines, and endless squirrel monkey sightings. Ocean World Adventure Park just three miles from Puerto Plata is a popular attraction for families. Admission includes entry to the water park attractions, the aquarium, and educational animal shows.
Founded in 1502, Puerto Plata was named for its shimmering, silvery coastline at sunset.
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The only aerial tramway in the Caribbean takes you on a scenic ride to the top of Mount Isabel de Torres, 800 meters above sea level. If you prefer not to take the tramway, you can hike to the top too! There’s a restaurant at the top where you can enjoy the views of Puerto Plata from above. There’s also a nice botanical garden that you can stroll through and a large Jesus statue, which is actually a smaller replica of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, that shouldn’t be missed.2. Tour a rum factory
The Caribbean, and the Dominican Republic in particular, is well-known for its rum. While you’re in Puerto Plat, popping into the Macorix House of Rum is a great excuse to escape the heat for a bit. Plus, you’ll get to learn about how the local Dominican rums are made. You’ll even get to taste a few flavored rums, the coconut and pineapple flavors are not to be missed.3. Visit the 27 waterfalls of Damajugua
This one tops the list for day-trip adventures in the northside of the Dominican Republic. You can spend an entire day hiking through a lush tropical forest to a series of 27 cascading waterfalls and swimming in bright turquoise pools. Going with a local tour guide is recommend, and tours usually include lunch and beverages.4. Spend a day at Purto Plata’s most popular beach
With its long stretch of golden sand, perfectly swimmable waters, and palm-fringed shores, Playa Dorada is consistently considered one of the best beaches in the Caribbean. You can rent lounge chairs and cabanas, or just throw some beach towels down and sun bathe to your heart’s content. There are several restaurants, shops, and more just bordering the beach.5. Explore Fort San Felipe
This is Puerto Plata’s last standing colonial structure. It was built in the mid-1500s and was one of the first European forts built in the Americas. Originally designed to defend against pirates and other colonists, it evolved to serve as a prison for several centuries. Nowadays, you can stroll through the structure and admire the history and views. The best time to go is around sunset.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Puerto Plata
How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Puerto Plata?
Puerto Plata is the most expensive region in the Dominican Republic, with a price that reaches $225 on average per night.
What time of year offers, on average, the best vacation rental prices in Puerto Plata?
If you want to save the maximum during your visit to Puerto Plata, travel in September ($206 per night on average), November ($208), or May ($211), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When does the price of vacation rentals in Puerto Plata go up the most?
Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in Puerto Plata was February, with an average price of $247 per night. This was followed by August, with an average of $239, and then July, with $238.
Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Puerto Plata?
To plan your trip to Puerto Plata, it is not necessary to be organized far in advance. It has a high annual average availability of 67%, which allows you to be more flexible with your planning.
Which months offer the highest availability?
The most available months are, on average, September (with an availability of 77%), October (75%), and August (72%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.
When are there fewer vacation rental options available in Puerto Plata?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is January (only 53% of properties were available on average last year). Followed by February (58%), and then December (64%). However, even during the busiest months the availability rate average is 58%. It will therefore be effortless to find your dream vacation rental no matter the time of year.
Are there many vacation rentals in Puerto Plata?
In Puerto Plata we work with 8 different providers to give you a choice of 2,300 properties, so you will not be short of options!