•     Mount Isabel de Torres. Here visitors find a botanical garden, panoramic city vistas, local vendors and of course, the immense Christ statue. Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club recommends allotting plenty of time to take in this notable sight.
  •     Fort San Felipe. This historical landmark dates back to the 16th century. Tourists can check out one of Puerto Plata’s oldest surviving structures as well as the artifacts within the museum.
  •     Teleferico. Taking a ride in the Caribbean’s only cable car can be the highpoint of a Dominican Republic vacation according to Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club. Just south of Puerto Plata, this attraction is located on a mountain called Isabel de Torres.
  •     Amber Museum. Take a tour through this treasure that houses an extensive collection of local amber. Known as a semiprecious jewel, Dominican amber has been described as some of the world’s most transparent. Those wanting to purchase genuine amber can do so here, as this attraction sells authentic pieces as well.
  •     Cabarete. Beach lovers can appreciate this charming seaside village that offers a relaxed vibe with hip accents. Kitesurfing and windsurfing are popular activities for the more adventurous traveler here, while the nightlife makes this a happening spot for anyone.
  •     Monkey Jungle. Travelers looking for that once in a lifetime experience can find it at the Monkey Jungle, explains Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club. Zip line for five hours on seven lines above the beautiful valley, jungles and mountains found in this part of the Dominican Republic.
  •     The Damajagua Cascades. Few places compare to the tropical beauty seen here. Waterfalls and canyons are focal points that visitors can enjoy exploring and photographing.