Playa Grande, Dominican Republic

  • The long corridor that makes up the northern coast of the Dominican Republic is teeming with rural jungle and dense forest. Beyond that, the landscape opens up to stretches of golden sand beach.
  • Tropical rainforest, stretches of brief desert, and alpine settings can all be found in the Dominican Republic, a diverse retreat.
  • The choppy waters of the Atlantic Ocean along the north coast are best known for their advanced wind- and kite-surfing conditions.
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Jungle Meets Coastline

It’s a tall order to be revered as one of the most pristine and picturesque beaches in all the Dominican Republic when the island itself boasts nearly 1,000 miles of coastline. The coveted golden sands of Playa Grande deliver on their esteemed reputation, backing up to a swath of verdant Caribbean jungle. The grand interiors of the resort blend seamlessly with nature at this quiet retreat on the northern side of the island. The North Atlantic Ocean expands past your accommodations. Outside the resort grounds, sugar plantations, charming villages, and never-ending options to explore the great outdoors are in store.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Puerto Plata Gregorio Luperon International Airport (POP)
  • Climate
    Tropical Maritime
  • Official Language
    Spanish
  • Currency
    Dominican Peso
  • Time Zone
    Atlantic Time Zone UTC-04:00

Fresh Things To Do

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  • Watersports and Boat Adventures

    Amanera features an abundance of watersports and adventures for guests. Ask your concierge for more details and whether they would recommend making reservations for the following activities.

    Watersports galore. Rent a surfboard or try your hand at kite or windsurfing. The waters along Playa Grande, Playa Navio, or neighboring Cabarete are ideal spots off the coast to be active on the water.

    Silver Bank. A submerged bank north of the island spans more than 600 square miles and is best known for its ideal conditions for deep-sea fishing. Pull back your line to reveal marlin, sailfish, dorado, and more.

    Laguna Gri Gri. At the northern end of Calle Duarte, float through the mangrove-lined Laguna Gri Gri on an hourlong boat ride. Admiring the rock formations along the way, you can ultimately picnic at a nearby beach.

    Go deep. Near Amanera, an array of dive sites are available to SCUBA enthusiasts. Whether you prefer a novice, shallow dive or a more colorful adventure through a shipwreck, the options are endless.

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Playa Grande Travel Tips

Weather


  • Forecasting Your Playa Grande Vacation

    Your vacation to Playa Grande will feature mild, warm weather. On average, the temperatures stay consistent with highs in the upper 80s. January is the "coldest" month, dipping only to the lower 70s. In a year's time, temperatures typically range from 69 to 91 degrees.

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Map of Playa Grande, Dominican Republic

Google Maps satellite images are not always up-to-date, especially in non-U.S. destinations. Some Inspirato accommodations are located in developments built after images were last updated. Our pin placements represent our best location estimates, but actual locations may vary.

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