Transat has clients covered for trips to D.R. hotspot

Transat has clients covered for trips to D.R. hotspot

MONTREAL — Transat’s wide range of product to Puerto Plata offers diversions for all tastes, from spa treatments, water sports and hiking to boat tours and museums.

Along with its plentiful resort options, Transat wants Puerto Plata-bound travellers to know about all the things to see and do in this D.R. hot spot.

The Malecon is a must, says Transat. Visitors can stroll or bike along the promenade and be surrounded by the views of the beach and hang out at local shops, bars and small eateries.

For clients more interested in nature, Damajagua Falls is a great option. Led by a guide, visitors here hike and swim their way up through the waterfalls and take in the beautiful views.

For a completely different vibe, Puerto Plata’s Monster Truck Safaris are another way to explore the D.R. countryside and meet its people. Travellers can motor through sugarcane fields and rivers, sample fresh fruit and coffee at a local fruit plantation and meet a Dominican family at their home.

Also popular, the cable car to the top of Mount Isabel de Torres treats adventurers to vast panoramas of the city, fertile valleys and lush mountains.