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Amber Museum

Museo de Ambar (Amber Museum) (Calle Duarte 61, Playa Dorada, Puerto Plata):  a temple to the island’s prized resin that inspired the movie Jurassic Park.  Located within a two-story Victorian-era building, it holds the largest collection of amber of world.

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Puerto Plata — NIGHTLIFE

Within the Playa Dorada resort complex is a nightclub (for both resort guests and outside visitors) called Mangú, as well as a competitor called “Crazy Moon” (adjacent to the lobby of Paradise Hotel).  Both locations play a mix of Merengue, Bachata and “Top 40” American pop music.  Aficionados of the House and Trance music scene […]

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Puerto Plata — DINING

  The tourist presence in the Puerto Plata area has kept in business a string of decent restaurants, such as La Parrillada Steak House (Av. Manolo Taveres Justo, Puerto Plata) – well reviewed by International carnivores; Le Papillon (Villas Cofresí, Puerto Plata) – a charming restaurant set on a hillside in a residential neighborhood about […]

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Ocean World Adventure Park, Marina and Casino

One family-friendly destination in the Puerto Plata area is sure to be “Ocean World Adventure Park, Marina and Casino” (Calle Principal #3, Cofresí, Puerto Plata).  Just 3 miles west from the town of Puerto Plata, this entertainment complex is made of an elegant Marina, a unique marine park and the outstanding building where our clients […]

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Puerto Plata Teleférico

Aside from the Spanish colonial fortress and nearby beach resorts, Puerto Plata was known for two distinct things:  one was the “Teleférico”.  This Italian-made tram car, built in 1975 and carries 17 passengers, offering them a panoramic view of the Puerto Plata region.  The Teleférico climbs over 2,500 feet to the top of a mountain […]

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Puerto Plata Airport

During the 1980s, Puerto Plata, which had its own airport, used it to attract budget tourists from Canada and Western Europe who stayed at the all-inclusive resorts in that area.  Puerto Plata Airport also served the provincial city of Santiago, which was a one-hour drive away (but didn’t have its own large international airport at […]