Imbert, Puerto Plata

Imbert is a little district located in the province of Puerto Plata, in the Dominican Republic’s northern coast. In this welcoming, beautiful northern district the majority of its inhabitants live in rural areas. As it is far from the coast, there are not many tourists. On the one hand, the village’s most important monument is a beautiful Christian church called Home of God.

On the other hand, in Imbert’s surroundings it is emplaced one of the most incredible natural and adventure circuits, that you can take during your holidays in the Dominican Republic. This circuit goes through the Twenty Seven Damajagua Waterfalls, there, you can swim in the beautiful natural swimming pools or climb up the waterfalls.

It is easy to access Imbert by bus from Puerto Plata, Santiago or Luperón.

Sosúa

Sosúa is a beach town in the Puerto Plata province of the Dominican Republic. Located approximately 4 miles (6.4 km) from the Gregorio Luperón International Airport in San Felipe de Puerto Plata, the town is accessed primarily by Camino Cinco, or Highway 5, which runs much of the length of the country’s North coastline. The town is divided into three sectors: El Batey, which is the main tourist section and on the east side of the main beach (Playa Sosúa), Los Charamicos, on the west end of the beach and past that, heading north toward the airport, is Sosúa Abajo.