Golf - With over 23 golf courses to choose from, the Dominican Republic remains the country with the Caribbean’s largest selection of Creme de la Creme signature golf courses. Dominican Republic consists of six areas containing the best golf courses in the Caribbean some of which have hosted the PGA Golf Tournaments. The lush green environment combined with perfect weather create the ideal setting for golf tournaments. Pristine Properties of the Dominican Republic invites you to experience golf like never before.
Equestrian Life - Horseback riding is provided at country clubs and in our villa communities. Upon your request, we will have guides and horses meet you at your villa. “Hold on to your horses” because the views that you will take-in at beach and country-side trails will be more than enough to make you want to stay.
Yachting/Sailing – Marinas include Luperon (Puerto Plata), Casa de Campo (La Romana), Punta Cana (Marina Cap Cana). These marinas are staffed and equipped to fit the needs of your yacht. In the meantime, please feel free to dine at the best restaurants located in these prestigious areas and enjoy the pristine views.
Water Sports - Water sports are abundant in the Dominican Republic. From Kite-surfing to Water Polo this country can meet your sporting needs. The Dominican Republic has been the location of many international water sporting competitions.
Tennis - Most of the villas we represent are equipped with tennis courts of their own. The communities that our villas belong to are gated communities with Country Club access.
Eco-Tourism -The lush Caribbean environment of the Dominican Republic makes for a consistent sea of vibrant colors across the island. Breathtaking views of natures tropical hues can be observed in flowers, birds, grassland, beach land, desert land and much more. A brief list of Dominican Republic’s delightful Eco-tourism sector includes and is not limited to:
- 5,600 plant species
- 20 land mammal species
- 303 bird species
- amazing whale-watching destinations
Cultural Heritage Tourism
A well kept secret of the Dominican Republic is its great variety of cultural heritage sites dating back to the 14th century. Below is a brief video featuring one of the many fascinating historical sites named Ingenio Boca de Nigua located in the province of San Cristobal, Dominican Republic. As geographic space of multiple forms of slave resistance, Boca de Nigua is part of the Slave Route Project of U.N.E.S.C.O. Major events in the history of slaves in the Dominican Republic were:
- The first black rebellion in the New World, in December 1521, led and executed by members of the Wolof ethnic group from Senegambia
- The uprising of more than 200 slaves on 30 October 1796, most important event of the resistance of enslaved African on the Spanish side of the island. The slaves arrived to take over the facilities of wit and form a popular government, led by Ana Maria slave, invested queen. This encouraged the abolishment of slavery and the establishment of a popular government with ethnic diversity in the island.
- In 1801, the black General Toussaint Louverture, leader of the French revolution in the colony of Saint Domingue, meets in Boca Nigua to negotiate the formal handover of the territory to France and understood at peace with the Spanish authorities.