Endless Summer Guide to Cabarete

By July 11, 2017Cabarete Life

Cabarete, Dominican Republic

#EndlessSummerCabarete Guide

Cabarete is a picturesque Caribbean village located on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. Lovingly labeled the Adventure Sports Capital of the Caribbean, our little island town has long been a haven for surfers, windsurfers, kiteboarders, and divers. With an average temperature of 29°C, and wind and waves 300 days per year, it’s not hard to understand why people from all over the flock to Cabarete as winter creeps in back home. But before winter comes fall, and even though Summer is technically over, September/October is a glorious time to visit Cabarete. We can’t wait to tell you why Cabarete Palm Beach Condos is the perfect place for an #EndlessSummerCabarete vacation!

Watermen/women of every discipline are stoked!

September in Cabarete is like Christmas for surfers because it marks the beginning of the upcoming winter swells. In September and October, the Ocean offers a variety of sizeable waves out on the reef for intermediate and advanced surfers, and smaller more manageable waves on the inside for those who are learning. Use our article Surfing in Cabarete to find out more about which surf break will best suit your level.

Not to mention, September afternoons still blow a steady stream of warm, consistent trade winds for kitesurfers and windsurfers. The brisa is a little more tranquilo than the usual 25-30 knots we get in the summer, so conditions are ideal for both learning and working on new tricks. Also tranquilo is the tourist traffic. Kids go back to school, adults go back to work. Fewer people means more ocean for you. Score!

Even if you aren’t into surfing or kiting, there is always snorkeling, free diving, and scuba diving in the crystal clear waters Cabarete and our neighboring town, Sosua. Located just 10 minutes down the road, Sosua Beach has been named one of the Top 25 beaches in the Caribbean thanks to the calm waters, easily accessible living reefs, and bustling Dominican Culture.

Getting to Cabarete is Easy!

With direct flights coming into Puerto Plata from MIA, JFK, YYZ, YUL DUS and several other airports, getting to Cabarete is easy. Cabarete Palm Beach Condos is located just 20 minutes east of Gregorio Luperón International Airport, so you’ll have your toes in the sand before you can say Presidente.

Coming to Cabarete is Inexpensive!

Flight prices in September and October drop substantially, which is great news for your piggy bank! Combine that with our special #EndlessSummerCabarete 20% off deal for September/October, and you’re in for an endless summer bargain! To top it all off, each of our condos comes complete with a fully equipped kitchen. So go grocery shopping at any of our neighborhood supermarkets and save a few pesos by cooking at home with local (and imported) ingredients.

Summer Never Has to End

It’s not just the temperature that gives you that summer feeling – it’s the laughs, killer tans, delicious tropical fruits, cocktails on the beach, and swaying palm trees. This feeling never comes to an end in Cabarete. We happen to have sunshine, fresh pineapples, and good vibes all year round!

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