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Dominican Republic

These free, printable travel maps of the Dominican Republic are divided into seven regions:

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Dominican Republic Travel Map

Color map of the Dominican Republic
Dominican Republic



Santo Domingo and Vicinity

Known as one of the Caribbean’s most cosmopolitan cities, Santo Domingo offers fine dining, merengue-bumping dance clubs, cultural events with world-renowned acts, and top-notch accommodations. Rich with historical sights and restored colonial buildings, the central area of Ciudad Colonial is the bread and butter of Santo Domingo’s tourism industry. History and metropolitan comforts like art and shopping are the perks of being in this bustling hive of activity.

Map of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Santo Domingo
Map of Central Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Central Santo Domingo
Map of Ciudad Colonial, Dominican Republic
Ciudad Colonial



The South-Central Coast

Running east from Santo Domingo to San Pedro de Macorís, this coastal area is perfect for a low-key beach vacation. The towns of Guayacanes and Juan Dolio offer quiet charm and beautiful beaches protected by offshore coral reefs. Vacationers who come here enjoy comfortable resort amenities without the clogged mass tourism of the Southeast and north.

Map of The South Central Coast, Dominican Republic
The South Central Coast
Map of Guayacanes, Juan Dolio, and Villas del Mar, Dominican Republic
Guayacanes, Juan Dolio, and Villas del Mar
Map of Boca Chica, Dominican Republic
Boca Chica



The Southeast

The Southeast region—including the popular La Romana, Bayahibe, Bávaro, and Punta Cana areas—offers affordable Caribbean vacations with manicured beaches, exceptional golf courses, and both luxurious and all-inclusive accommodations. Ecotourism is alive and well in this region, home to two large national parks: arid Parque Nacional del Este and the mangrove-lined and cave-rich Parque Nacional Los Haitises. Just offshore, the most popular day trip of the region is to the powdery white-sand beaches of Isla Saona.

Map of The Southeast of Dominican Republic
The Southeast
Map of Punta Cana and Bávaro, Dominican Republic
Punta Cana and Bávaro
Map of La Romana, Dominican Republic
La Romana
Map of Isla Saona, Dominican Republic
Isla Saona
Map of Higüey, Dominican Republic
Higüey



La Peninsula de Samana

This small sliver of land has become the Dominican Elysian fields of expats and independent travelers. The major communities—Las Terrenas, Las Galeras, and Samaná—have an individualistic feel and shun the “cookie cutter” vibe typical of other regions. Humpback whales are the main draw to this region during winter months, when they come to the Bahía de Samaná to breed and give birth.

Map of La Península de Samaná, Dominican Republic
La Península de Samaná
Map of Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic
Las Terrenas
Map of Santa Bárbara de Samaná, Dominican Republic
Santa Bárbara de Samaná



The North Coast

Stretching from the lowland lagoon in Río San Juan to the high cliffs and salt flats of Monte Cristi, the north coast’s undulating topography is famous for the all-inclusive resort trend of the centrally located Puerto Plata and Playa Dorada area. The windsurfing mecca of Cabarete and the snorkeling of Sosúa continue to draw tourists’ attention eastward. West of Puerto Plata is tiny Luperón, whose pretty beaches are the gateway to the less tourist-trodden northwest section, including Parque Nacional Monte Cristi, a diving purist’s dream.

Map of The North Coast, Dominican Republic
The North Coast
Map of Sosúa, Dominican Republic
Sosúa
Map of Río San Juan, Dominican Republic
Río San Juan
Map of Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
Puerto Plata
Map of Monte Cristi, Dominican Republic
Monte Cristi
Map of Cabarete, Dominican Republic
Cabarete



El Cibao

The Cibao region has mountainous national parks, an eternal springtime climate, and scientific reserves that are home to endemic flora and fauna attracting nature lovers of all kinds. Outdoor activities abound, including parasailing, white-water rafting, and canyoning in Jarabacoa and Constanza. Amid all this natural beauty is the nation’s second largest city, Santiago, a vibrant metropolis rivaling Santo Domingo in cultural activity and nightlife.

Map of El Cibao, Dominican Republic
El Cibao
Map of Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic
Jarabacoa
Map of Santiago, Dominican Republic
Santiago



The Southwest

Offering a diverse range of landscapes—desert terrain, verdant valleys, freshwater lagoons, saltwater lakes—this region is a perfect choice for visitors seeking a unique experience. At the largest park in the nation, Parque Nacional Jaragua, flamingo nesting grounds are just a boat ride away on the shores of Laguna de Oviedo. North of the park, the terrain turns to desert surrounding the salty Lago Enriquillo—where crocodiles and iguanas lounge about. At Bahía de Las Águilas, you will visit the most pristine beach in the country.

Map of The Southwest, Dominican Republic
The Southwest
Map of The San Juan de la Maguana, Dominican Republic
The San Juan de la Maguana
Map of Barahona, Dominican Republic
Barahona



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