Our one month itinerary for the Dominican Republic

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I am not going to describe place by place we visited in the Dominican Republic, but I am going to provide you with exact names of places, towns, villages and beaches we backpacked through. It was an adventurous journey full of hitchhiking, couchsurfing and getting to know authentic face of the Dominican culture.

30 day itinerary

Day 1,2 – Beach Bibijagua & Bavaro (Punta Cana)

Day 3,4 – Bayahibe

Day 5,6,7 – Yamasa & Santo Domingo

Day 8,9,10,11 – Samana peninsula (Samana, Las Galeras, EL Valle beach, Las Terrenas, waterfall Salto del Limon)

Day 12, 13, 14, 15 – Santiago de los Caballeros (San Jose de las Matas, Pico de Diego Ocampo)

Day 16,17 – Munoz at Puerto Plata

Day 18,19 – Cabarete

Day 20,21 – Constanza

Day 22,23 – Barahona

Day 24,25 – Pedernales & Bahia de las Aguilas

Day 26,27,28 – Beach Los Patos (San Rafael, Plaza waterfall, Paraiso)

Day 29,30 – Santo Domingo

Day 1,2 – Beach Bibijagua & Bavaro (Punta Cana)

Day 3,4 – Bayahibe

Day 5,6,7 – Yamasa & Santo Domingo

Day 8,9,10,11 – Samana peninsula (Samana, Las Galeras, EL Valle beach, Las Terrenas, waterfall Salto del Limon)

Day 16,17 – Munoz at Puerto Plata

Day 20,21 – Constanza

Day 22,23 – Barahona & Quemaito beach

Day 24,25 – Pedernales & Bahia de las Aguilas

Day 26,27,28 – Beach Los Patos (San Rafael, Plaza waterfall, Paraiso)

Any specific questions about our itinerary? Do you want to know where we stayed, what we did or how we got to certain places? Feel free to ask in the comments below. 🙂

On our last day in the Dominican Republic we took a ferry towards Puerto Rico and you can read about this experience with all the useful info in the following article.

More articles about the Dominican Republic can be found HERE.

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