Horseback riding vacations in
The Dominican Republic is known for its white sandy beaches, towering palm trees, luxurious resorts, fascinating history, vibrant culture and adventure tourism. This combination makes the Dominican Republic an excellent location for a horse riding vacation. Horse enthusiasts can easily fill a whole Dominican Republic holiday with horseback riding, whilst others may wish to combine fantastic horse riding with adventure tours or seaside retreats.
Horse Riding in the Dominican Republic
On a horseback riding vacation in the Dominican Republic we explore the colonial architecture, live and local music, and patriotic sports energy of the country. Our Caribbean Multi-Sport destination resort is a luxurious getaway on the south eastern corner of the island with horseback riding, lessons, tennis, golf and a variety of water sports. Offering a variety of room types, there is something for
every couple or family. With entertainment from morning till night,
there is something to please people of all ages. For those interested in trying new sports, try Caribbean Polo. With 3 playing fields, one practice field and the largest string of polo ponies under one brand, come and learn how to play polo with either group instruction, personalized training and all the equipment at one of the best equestrian facilities in the Caribbean. On the north coast, experience our Dominican North Coast Ride. Get to know the daily life of Dominican People, taste their local cuisine and make new friends. From the 27 Waterfalls of Damajagua, through Luperon and Punta Rucia - can't forget a visit to Paradise Island, this ride is sure to please. Whatever your taste in ride, where it be Multi-sport, Polo of a Lodge-Lodge ride, the Dominican has something for everyone.
Dominican Republic History and Culture
Before the arrival of Christopher Columbus on December 5, 1492 the Dominican Republic was inhabited by Taino Indians. The colonial history the Dominican Republic is marked by Spanish and French cultures. Slaves brought in elements of Black African cultures to complete the national identity. In 1822 the country was invaded by Haitian troops. This domination lasted 22 years until on February 27, 1844 independence was proclaimed by Juan Pablo Duarte and his followers. It was lost again in 1861 with the annexation to Spain and regained in August 1863.
Dominican Republic Weather and Climate
The weather in Dominican Republic is tropical year round, with slight variations dividing it into basically two seasons, summer and winter. The average annual temperature is around 25°C (77°F).
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