Sports in Cabarete
Cabarete is widely known as one of the top ten best windsurfing beaches in the world. We can help you finding a school for rental, storage or lesson.
Club Nathalie Simon
Kite-surfing is become more and more popular in Cabarete. The beach is located about 1/2 (800m) mile from the bay of Cabarete. 3 schools are offering rental and lessons.
Playa Encuentro, only five minutes from Cabarete, is unanimously considered the best place to surf on the north coast. Surfing is becoming increasingly popular in Cabarete. More and more businesses offer boards to rent and shuttles to various surf spots, some also offer professional lessons.
another way to discover the beauty of the country, several marked
trails line the countryside.
Local schools organize
beautiful dives. For beginners, it is really one of the best place to
learn how to dive.
The equestrian will not
be disappointed in Cabarete given there are several ranches to choose
from offering horseback rides on the beach and through the mountains
where the views will leave you breathless.
Water-skiing and wake-boarding
The wild quiet river of Yassica (3 kilometers from Cabarete) give great fine opportunities to practice wakeboard and water ski. The best time is in the morning when there is no wind.
4-wheel-bikes, quad riding
Drive deep in the
country side crossing river, driving trough huge sugarcane fields and
seeing native, Dominican villages.
4 kilometers from Cabarete, the beginners can play in a nine holes golf course. For regular players, at 40 kilometers from Cabarete, you have the 18 holes Jack Tar village gold course (Puerto Plata) and at 45 kilometers, the 18 holes Playa Grande gold course, located right on the sea cliff and designed by Robert Trent Jones
More activites are available such rafting, sailing, canyoning...
Cabarete is the start of a great deal of tours:
- Motorbike tours
- Whale watching (January through March)
- City tours to Santiago de Caballeros, Santo Domingo
- Waterfalls of Jarabacoa
- Hiking trail to Pico Duarte (highest mountain of the Caribbean)