All the addresses of eco-responsible hotels in Dominican-Republic
The Bannister Hotel & Yacht Club, ecological hotel in Dominican Republic
Welcome to the Bannister Hotel & Yacht Club, an exceptional tourist establishment in the Dominican Republic, on the island of Hispaniola.
Green Land Bubble, Glamping in Dominican Republic
Welcome to the Dominican Republic.
Natura Cabana Boutique Hotel & Spa, an ecolodge in the Dominican Republic
Looking for an exotic, exotic and memorable vacation? Welcome to the Dominican Republic on the island of Hispaniola.
If you want to relax away from the hustle and bustle, Samana EcoLodge is the perfect place for ecotourism.
El Valle Lodge
At the heart of the jungle, the 6 Valle Lodge rooms offer you a unique experience in the Dominican Republic.
eXtreme Hotel Cabarete
If you are looking for athletic vacation and ecotourism, the eXtreme hotel is the perfect address.
All the addresses of eco-friendly hotels in Dominican Republic
In the heart of the Caribbean Sea, Dominican Republic opens up to you. From heavenly beaches to tropical forests via cities with colonial architecture, let yourself be lulled by the old-fashioned charm of the oldest country in the Caribbean. Take in the history and culture of Santo Domingo before climbing the imposing Pico Duarte, the highest peak in the Caribbean. From the tourist coasts to the unspoiled lands, meet the Dominican people. Known for their smiles and warm welcome, they will be happy to show you their regions or teach you a few Bachata moves. Opt for ecotourism in Dominican Republic and discover all the riches of the country beyond the tourist coast. Book a hotel from our selection of eco-friendly hotels in Dominican Republic for an exceptional holiday.
Sustainable tourism in Dominican Republic
With over 7 million tourists in 2019, Dominican Republic has become the most visited island in the Caribbean. Coconut-fringed beaches ranked among the most beautiful in the world, sunny territory and lush forests give tourists good reasons to head to the eastern side of Hispaniola island.
But visitors often gather in the same places, especially in Punta Cana. Large hotel complexes and numerous golf courses are transforming the natural territories to satisfy mass tourism. Dominican Republic is trying to make the practice more respectful of its environment.
Thus, the 17 national parks, natural and scientific reserves represent more than a quarter of the territory. These protected natural sites are open to visitors and show the diversity of landscapes. Meet the iguanas of Jaragua National Park, between lagoons, forest and beaches. Los Haitises National Park, nicknamed "the Hanoi Bay of the Caribbean", will impress you with its rocky mountains that rise up from the water. Go back in time in the caves of Las Maravillas, where you can admire the well-preserved indigenous Taíno rock art dating back thousands of years.
Agrotourism is booming in Dominican Republic. Several routes have been inaugurated, such as the cocoa route. Meet the farmers at their farms. Walk through the plantations and see the difference between each species of cocoa trees in the Cibao region. New in 2017, the ecotourism rice route takes you into the heart of the country, close to the bustling town of Cotui. For those who want to get involved: cooperatives all over the country invite you to participate in workshops to promote local know-how.
Step away from the all-inclusive hotels of Punta Cana and you'll discover a country that has much more to offer than cocktails and sunbeds on the beach. Dominican Republic is making efforts to open up all its regions to more sustainable tourism.
Eco-friendly hotels in Dominican Republic
Our tourist establishments in Dominican Republic will be true havens of peace for a holiday that belongs to you. From the ecolodge in the heart of the jungle to the hotel on the beach, enjoy the most beautiful Dominican natural landscapes. Rejuvenate in a Samana ecolodge and be lulled by the sounds of the surrounding wildlife. Frogs, gecko and birds will be your travel companions. Are you a sports enthusiast? Then head for Cabarete in the north of the country! Directly on the windy beach, indulge in your favourite activities such as kitesurfing and surfing. You can even explore the beach on a horse ride or relax to the sound of the waves during a yoga session. Close to the hotel, you will find El Choco National Park. The area is ideal for hiking, mountain biking, swimming in a freshwater lagoon or exploring caves.
As you can see, the Dominican Republic is a real paradise! So don't hesitate and book one of our eco-friendly hotels in Dominican Republic now!