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Saturday, December 15, 2018
  1. The TSA will hear challenge to tender of tourist terminal of Puerto Plata
  2. The boom for the Chinese tourist illusions Little Rainieri
  3. The cable car returns to work after temporary suspension
  4. Julio Almonte says they work to reduce prostitution that affects tourism in Sosúa
  5. Casa de Campo makes investment to modernize security system
  6. New York-Santo Domingo, the route with the highest passenger flow in the Dominican Republic
  7. Ernesto Veloz appreciates support from the Procurator for the eastern tourist area
  8. Punta Cana takes almost nine out of 10 new tourists
  9. RD closed first semester with 3.4 million tourists by air, 6.1% more
  10. Eastern Authorities applaud signage for water transport
  11. Tourism revenues amount to more than $ US4 million in the first half, 9.0% more
  12. President Medina leaves Rancho Guacamayos ecotourism complex in Bonao
  13. Hotels of the East battle with the sargasso to save occupation
  14. Barahona
  15. Altos de Chavón
  16. Juan Dolio : Sun, beach, and Golf Style Living
  17. Cabarete, the kitesurf,windsurf and surfing capital of the Caribbean
  18. Las Terrenas, a charming town in the north of Samana
  19. Puerto Plata, “La Novia del Atlantico” ( The Girlfriend of the Atlantic)
  20. Metaldom (Metallurgical ) facilities to be replaced by 2,000 condos
  21. Rating upgraded based on Dominican Republic Economic Growth
  22. DP World Caucedo Port announced largest ship to visiting dominican dock
  23. Samana, the full of splendor home of the humpback whales
  24. La Romana
  25. Boca Chica, the traditional Beach of white sand and shallow crystal clear waters
  26. Punta Cana and Bavaro, Population, NightLife and Business Opportunities
  27. Bahia de las Aguilas (Eagles Bay) to build international airport and 3 Rooms
  28. Near 20,000 people visited the Expo Tourism Fair in Santiago
  29. Weather in the Dominican Republic – Facts and Forecasting Information
  30. Flora & Fauna
  31. Dominican Republic Hotels
  32. Art & Culture in the Dominican Republic
  33. History of the Dominican Republic
  34. Tourist Card
  35. Santo Domingo, the capital of the largest Growing Economy in the Region
  36. The Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo, The First City of the New World
Juan Dolio : Sun, beach, and Golf Style Living

In the San Pedro de Macoris province, on the south coast of the Dominican Republic lies a small seaside town named Juan Dolio.




Formerly a fishing village inhabited by the indigenous Taino People in the pre-Columbian age, Juan Dolio would be unrecognizable to locals and tourists today. Juan Dolio remained a farming/fishing village for many years up until the enactment of Decree No.3133 in 1973 which restricted the expansion of farming and fishing in the area.

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The land that was set aside was used for the construction of resorts and villas exclusively for a European clientele. Word spread of this new exotic paradise and years later various hotel chains and establishments offered a variety of services including the all-inclusive experience which further attracted tourists to the area. However, this growth in the tourism industry was retarded after a hurricane devastated the area in 1998 which caused many of these hotels and other establishments to move elsewhere on the island. However, in recent times Juan Dolio has seen minor growth in tourism due to government policy and investments.

The land that was set aside was used for the construction of resorts and villas exclusively for a European clientele. Word spread of this new exotic paradise and years later various hotel chains and establishments offered a variety of services including the all-inclusive experience which further attracted tourists to the area. However, this growth in the tourism industry was retarded after a hurricane devastated the area in 1998 which caused many of these hotels and other establishments to move elsewhere on the island. However, in recent times Juan Dolio has seen minor growth in tourism due to government policy and investments.

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The land that was set aside was used for the construction of resorts and villas exclusively for a European clientele. Word spread of this new exotic paradise and years later various hotel chains and establishments offered a variety of services including the all-inclusive experience which further attracted tourists to the area. However, this growth in the tourism industry was retarded after a hurricane devastated the area in 1998 which caused many of these hotels and other establishments to move elsewhere on the island. However, in recent times Juan Dolio has seen minor growth in tourism due to government policy and investments.

Juan Dolio is ideal for tourists who are not willing or able to spend exorbitant amounts of money on vacation but still wish to have the island vacation experience. It is one of the very few locations in the Dominican Republic that is truly budget friendly and “laid back”. It also offers an authentic feel of what the Dominican Republic is like for locals as tourists are not presented with the commercial tourism products other tourist towns provide. Juan Dolio is as Dominican as the Dominican Republic can get.

Golf in Juan Dolio

For the beach bums: the Playa Juan Dolio is central and lauded for its unspoiled beauty, free from large numbers of hassling vendors, hotels, and other human disturbances. Tourists are also welcomed to the Los Marlins Golf Course or the Guavaberry Golf & Country Bar to play a friendly game of golf, relax and unwind. Persons also entertain themselves by visiting the water and entertainment park or casino, going horseback riding and on adventure and wildlife tours.

Nightlife

In the nights, the bar scene is more local and authentic rather than being commercial. You’ll find the typical Dominicano man and woman rocking to live bands and performances or just chilling and having a drink. Entertainment can also be found at the hotel or resort where you stay. Restaurants and cafés are also opened until late.

The best way to get to Juan Dolio is by the Santo Domingo Las Americas International Airport where you may take a chartered bus or car to the city or rent a vehicle. The journey is approximately 45 minutes and is connected to Santo Domingo by a highway. Once there, the town may easily be toured on foot, by bicycle, car or motorcycle.

Juan Dolio is a sleepy town when compared to neighbors such as La Romana and Santo Domingo. This does not reduce its capability to grant a fun-filled and unforgettable experience. Just ask one the many tourists who visit why they return year after year. Or better yet, come see for yourself!

More Sources:
Ministry Of Tourism

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