La Romana is a scenic seaside city located at the southeastern end of the Dominican Republic. This city is very tourism-oriented, with countless resorts and hotels in the area, plus a modern port where cruise ships and boats often dock. You can do lots of shopping and excursions in the city.
There’s tons of things to do in La Romana and you will never get bored with the number of tours, excursions, and sightseeing opportunities offered in La Romana. You can check out the popular folk village called Altos de Chavon, a replica of a 15th-century Italian-style village.
When it comes to water-based excursions, the waters surrounding the city are ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving and there’s always something going on at the beaches of La Romana. During the day, you can find locals and tourist lounging and sunbathing under the sun. At night, the beaches perk up with a plethora of seaside parties, games, and nightlife activities hosted by the different resorts lining the shore.
La Romana also has a local market where you can buy a range of things, from clothes and crafts to fresh food and vegetables. A variety of shops and stores can also be found throughout the city.
La Romana features a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. The wet season in the city runs from May through November while the remainder of the year composes the dry season. The annual average temperature is 28 °C (82.4 °F) with little variation throughout the year.
A great time to visit the city is during the summer months of December to April, when the weather is pleasant and the humidity is not stifling. Summer is also the most ideal time to go to the beaches of La Romana.
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