Some of the top things to see and do while visiting the Dominican Republic with Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club is one of the top vacation providers out there, offering top of the line travel club service to all those who are hoping to plan their dream vacation this fall. This customer-service oriented team is hoping to find just what travelers hope, wish and need during their planning process, and do these things and more by offering top of the line accommodations and amenities at some of the world’s most mind-blowing resorts.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club knows the fall season is amazing time to travel for many reasons, but there are even more to visit the Dominican Republic during this time of year. The country is known for having some of the best sightseeing all around the globe, and the year-round warm temperatures make this a perfect getaway for all those who are hoping to get a break from weather that’s already getting colder back home. Here are some of the best areas to visit during a trip.

  • Catalina Island: A stunning sight to be seen, Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club shares that an afternoon on Catalina Island will chase anyone’s blues away. For those who want to learn more about this history of the island while also getting assistance checking out the sights will be interested in getting a tour of the area, and there are plenty to choose from.
  • Altos De Chavon: This unique place is where architects recreated a Mediterranean style village like something similarly found in Europe. Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club shares this is where travelers can truly take in some of the best examples of architecture, taking in the sights of La Romana and the Chavon River as well.
  • Damajaqua Cascades: Truly one of the most beautiful sights around, these stunning waterfalls are one of the best sightseeing opportunities for any traveler who is spending time in the Dominican Republic. Located in Puerto Plata, this hiking excursion paves the way for all those interested in the sightseeing as well as the sport. The hike is considered intermediate to difficult, so be sure to start slow since there are quite a few waterfalls found here.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club shares all this and more is waiting for travelers who will be visiting the Dominican Republic this fall.