Colors of Bavaro - traditions, festivals, mentality and lifestyle
Local people are very friendly, talkative, and hospitable. Tourists, who visit the town for the first time, might consider the way local people talk quite unusual or even strange. The reason for that is simple – locals are fluent in both English and Spanish and sometimes they mix words and expressions from these languages, adding local slang and idioms. That is why from time to time even tourists fluent in the languages mentioned above find it hard to understand what locals mean. When it comes to the national character, local people are very calm and smooth-tempered. It is quite hard to make them angry, but if something is touching or exciting, they are not afraid of expressing their feelings.
Bavaro is a wonderful exotic town in the Dominican Republic that is known as one of the best beach resorts. This is also a paradise for people who enjoy active rest. It took only 25 years to … Open
Bavaro is interesting, first of all, for its natural attractions and beaches. Rest here will appeal to the youngest travelers and teenagers. Older children and their parents will be … Open
Punta Cana is one of the most important destinations in the Caribbean, so various events and festivals are essential for this place. Punta Cana Music & Art Festival is a great way to get acquainted with rich Dominican culture. The event takes place on the second decade of August in Bavaro. Originally, this festival appeared in Europe, but then it was decided to bring it to the sunny Dominican coast. For international visitors, it’s a fantastic opportunity to explore local music, art, and many other aspects of local culture. Visitors of all ages, from kids to their grandparents, will find something interesting there because the motto of the event is “Cultural festival for the whole family”.
Culinary experts characterize the national cuisine of Bavaro as an original combination of African and European traditions. Local restaurants offer a range of interesting meat and fish … Open
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National traditions of Dominican RepublicAn important part of the Dominican life is music, and usually it's very loud. In recent years, because of American influence, reggaeton and hip-hop are very popular here. However, salsa, bachata, and merengue are still actual. Music sounds from every house, shop, bus, and just on the streets. In the evenings, people often go out into the streets to dance. The Dominican Republic is the birthplace of Merengue dance. This dance features fast music and drum rhythms. Dance movements have a hint of eroticism, while lyrics are quite ambiguous. It is widely believed that the cradle of Merengue is Dominican brothels. The most popular and favorite sport in the Dominican Republic is baseball. Tournaments are held here every year. … Open
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Cityguide on traditions, mentality and lifestyle of people in Bavaro. Learn the best periods to visit Bavaro to discover its soul - authentic festivals, events and celebrations. We will also reveal the interesting habits, attitude towards the world and to tourists in Bavaro.