Watch live cameras from choice places in Dominican Republic. If you cannot visit our beautiful historic places and the spectacular beaches in person this is the next best thing.
Skyline Web Cams when clicked will open on a new page. These cameras are not hosted by Colonial Zone-DR. Please note that most cams have an ad in the beginning and the volume can be loud. https://www.skylinewebcams.com/
Colonial Zone, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic live cameras.
*Skyline Web Cams. Live web cam in Parque Colón provided by Museo de Amber.
*Skyline Web Cams. Live web cam courtesy of Rita’s Cafe in Plaza de España with the view of the Alcázar de Colón.
Live Cameras in other parts of Dominican Republic
*Skyline Web Cams. Las Terrenas tourist area – El Paseo Shopping Center.
*Skyline Web Cams. View of the Gulf of Playa La Bonita, provided by Carolina Surf School in Las Terrenas.
*Skyline Web Cams. Punta Rucia – Puerto Plata from Cayo Arean Beach
*Skyline Web Cams. View of Cabarete Bahia de Arena Beach provided by Cabarete Beach Houses.
Las Calderas Bay, view over Playa Salinas located in Puerto Hermoso in the south of Baní. It is an hour away from Santo Domingo, in the south of the Dominican Republic. Keep watching legend says there have been siren/mermaid sightings here.
Explore and discover the out of the way places of Dominican Republic. The resort towns are fun but if you want to learn about the real Dominican Republic and its beautiful and colorful people you need to get out and explore the small towns and out of the way places. Take a Road Trip! Visit the out of the way places, small towns and areas that are not usually found in the tour guides. Explore the roads less traveled and see what our country and people are really like.
The 31 Provinces of Dominican Republic (it seems that soon there may be 32 provinces as Satiago may be divided into Santiago Oeste) are as diverse as the people who live in Dominican Republic. The map below shows all the thirty-one different provinces and the one district subdivision. In time we hope to have information for all these places. The goal here is to make a map providing information for different small towns in these areas. If you would like to visit one of these places there will be information on how to get there by bus or other public transportation. Information about different hotels both small and large, some restaurants, local tour guides and places to visit when you are there. I will also include anything I feel would be useful while visiting these beautiful and interesting places in República Dominicana.
This information is collected by myself on my visits to these areas or provided by others who have visited or might even live in these out of the way places. I hope to provide information for visitors to the places that visitors normally do not know about. This way you can know the real country and its beautiful people in an entirely new fashion.
If you have any information to contribute please send me an email and I will be happy to include it here.
*Remember this information can change at any time as things do change and I cannot be in all the places all the time. Please if you find something incorrect or that is in need of updating let me know and I will change it.
Barahona Barahona – Information, Tour Guide, Hotels. The surrounding area Los Patos, San Juan, Quimatos, Barahona -The Town, Enriquillo, Paraíso, Canoa, Polo Magnético
Baoruco Baoruco – Information, Things to Do, Lago Enriquillo, Neiba (Hotel). (link is to old html page)
San José de Ocoa San Jose de Ocoa – Information, Transportation, Hotels (link is to old html page) Rancho Arriba – Information, Transportation, Hotels (link is to old html page)
The 31 Provinces
The 31 Provinces (it seems that soon there may be 32 provinces as Satiago may be divided into Santiago Oeste), 1 District and the capitals in Dominican Republic.
Azua – Azua
Baoruco – Neiba
Barahona – Barahona
Dajabón – Dajabón
Distrito Nacional – Santo Domingo
Duarte – San Francisco de Macorís
Elías Piña – Comendador
El Seibo – El Seibo
Espaillat – Moca
Hato Mayor – Hato Mayor
Hermanas Mirabal – Salcedo
Independencia – Jimaní
La Altagracia – Higuey
La Romana – La Romana
La Vega – La Vega
María Trinidad Sánchez – Nagua
Monseñor Nouel -Bonao
Monte Cristi – Monte Cristi
Monte Plata – Monte Plata
Pedernales – Pedernales
Sánchez Ramíerez – Cotuí
San Cristóbal – San Cristóbal
San José de Ocoa – San José de Ocoa
San Juan – San Juan de la Maguana
San Pedro de Macorís – San Pedro de Macorís
Santiago – Santiago de los Caballeros
Santiago Rodríguez – Sabaneta
Santo Domingo – Santo Domingo Este
Valverde – Mao
Basilica de Higüey / Catedral Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia
La Basilica de Higüey is the most important religious monument of the Dominican Republic. Located on the main street of Salvaleón de Higüey, it is also the most visited religious monument in the country.
La Basilica de Higüey is one of the most respected religious monuments in the Dominican Republic and the world. One of the most visited monuments in the Dominican Republic, the basilica receives thousands of visitors. Most of the faithful visit on January 21 on Altagracia Day/Día de la Altagracia to celebrate the patron saint and Queen Protector of the heart of Dominicans of the Dominican Republic.
The Basilica was inaugurated by President Dr. Joaquin Balaguer on January 21, 1971. The building is 4680 square meters. There are 45 bronze bells in the tower in what is said to be the largest bell tower in the western hemisphere.