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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.
Re-opening in November of 2017, the Robert Trent Jones Sr.-designed golf course on site features 18 holes directly on the coastline – the most of any golf course in all the western hemisphere.
Travel back in time in the province of Puerto Plata. This historic Spanish fortress was constructed over the span of a decade in the 1500s and now functions as a museum for the public.
Take a day trip to visit Santa Domingo, the 16th-century capital of the Dominican Republic. To the backdrop of meringue music, wander the walled streets and cobblestones, stopping into unique boutiques and cafes.
Adventurous travelers will cherish a visit to the Cabarete, a small coastal town best known for its ideal kiteboarding and surfing conditions. It’s a convenient one-hour drive from Amanera.
There’s no shortage of opportunities to sweat. Amanera is home to more than 400 acres of protected nature reserve as well as miles of running, hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails.
Just off the Sosua-Playa Dorada Highway, the Brugal Rum Distillery is open on weekdays. Peruse their white and dark rum offerings. Nearby, check out the Museo del Ámbar’s millennial fossils and collection of amber.
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The accommodations at Amanera are fairly remote, located on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic. If you’d like to explore all the island has to offer, we recommend securing a rental vehicle through Avis, partner to Inspirato.
Hispaniola (the island that is known as the Dominican Republic and Haiti) was originally inhabited by Taíno Indians prior to colonial rule. Playa Grande honors its ancestors by incorporating the island’s natural surroundings into its décor.
Best known as the pristine stretch of sand that spans the coastline along the resort, Playa Grande ultimately connects to a smaller, more intimate beach; Playa Preciosa. Venture there for a slower day under the golden sun.
Amangiri has rightfully earned acclaim for its high level of service. Please be assured that no request is considered to be too big or too small. The resort’s service team will also be available to you for all pre-planning needs, requests, and considerations.
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.
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.