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While Cabarete is well-known for kiteboarding and windsurfing, Cabarete offers many other water sports such as surfing, wakeboarding, stand-up paddle surfing, diving, snorkeling (see Water Sports) as well as a host of other enjoyable activities. Here's a list of other activities in and around town, suggested by tourists and locals:
Sunrise walk along the length of Cabarete Bay.
Sunset walk and watch the sun go down behind Isabel del Torres (the local mountain).
CrossFit in Cabarete!
Eat a mango, papaya, or pineapple freshly peeled - many varieties of fruit can be bought in the supermarkets, tiny street-side colmados (stores) or straight off the beach without leaving your lounger.
Drink Mamajuana, after dinner, a mix of honey, rum and wine.
Meet some seriously cool local expats hanging near the eXtreme Hotel.
Go for a great night out on the beach, party with sand between your toes and stay out until late.
Take a tour of the Cabarete Caves in El Choco National Park (entrance at the end of the Callejon de la Loma)
Rent horses and ride down the beach to La Boca and have a couple coco locos and fried parrot fish.
Go to La Boca (where the Atlantic Ocean joins the Yasica River) on a Sunday afternoon and join a typical Dominican party while eating fresh seafood.
Take a tour to Damajaguas (about 1 hour from Cabarete). Incredible waterfalls, climb to waterfalls with the aid of a guide, beautiful water pools and rock formations.
Go mountain biking, enjoying some of the Caribbean's most stunning scenery. Organized trips are available at several tour companies in town.
Go kite boarding, kite surfing, swing from a trapeze, do yoga, take a CrossFit class all at one place or have a cold beer watching it all go down.
Rappel off of a massive mushroom rock formation cascading with water on a canyoning trip.
Interested in trying a new fitness program or continuing your own? Check the new Traveler Article Fitness Facilities in Cabarete.
If great food is your hobby, don't forget to check out the Dining Scene article covering many travelers' recommendations for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Relax and Enjoy!