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The best beaches around Cabarete

Cabarete, located on the north coast of the Dominican Republic, is known for its beautiful beaches and water sports such as kiteboarding and windsurfing. If you’re planning a trip to Cabarete and are looking to hit the beach, here are some of the best options in the area:

  1. Kite Beach – As the name suggests, this is a popular spot for kiteboarding and windsurfing. The beach has white sand and crystal clear water, and there are several schools in the area that offer lessons for beginners. Kite Beach is also a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and picnicking.
  2. Sosua Beach – Located just a short drive from Cabarete, Sosua Beach is known for its crystal clear waters and beautiful coral reefs. The beach has several restaurants and bars, as well as a large variety of water sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and parasailing.
  3. Playa Encuentro – This beach is located just a few minutes from Cabarete and is a popular spot for surfing and bodyboarding. The waves can be quite strong at times, so it’s not recommended for inexperienced swimmers. However, the beach has beautiful white sand and clear water, and there are several surf schools in the area that offer lessons for all skill levels.
  4. Playa Dorada – Located just a short drive from Cabarete, Playa Dorada is a long stretch of white sand beach that is perfect for swimming and sunbathing. The beach has several restaurants and bars, as well as a variety of water sports such as parasailing and jet skiing.
  5. Bozo Beach – Located on the east side of Cabarete, Bozo Beach is a hidden gem that is not as well-known as some of the other beaches in the area. The beach has beautiful white sand and clear water, and it’s a great spot for swimming and sunbathing. There are also several restaurants and bars in the area.

No matter what your beach preferences may be, you’ll find a spot that suits your needs in the Cabarete area. From surfing and kiteboarding to swimming and sunbathing, there’s something for everyone at these beautiful beaches.

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2012 Cabarete “The Butterfly Effect”

Press Release: Cabarete, Dominican Republic.

The 4th annual “The Butterfly Effect Cabarete” landed in Cabarete on July 28th, 2012. This year’s event saw its largest number of participants registering 102 waterwomen from all over the world. Local and visiting women gathered on the beach of Cabarete to complete a 4km downwind ride from Cabarete Bay to Playa Encuentro. The event was open to women who windsurf, kitesurf, surf, stand up paddle(SUP) or kayak.

The waterwomen of Cabarete united their individual athletic abilities to celebrate their accomplishments as a united group. Over the course of the event many other girls and women were inspired to get out on the ocean and try some of the sports for the first time. The event included a beach cleanup, safety and stretching sessions, as well as food and gear from local sponsors.

The event culminated in a celebration that was held at the Millennium Resort & Spa. A live auction was held, and the Butterfly Effect Dominican Republic surpassed last year’s efforts raising $5000.00 USD for The DREAM Project.

Care to join the butterflies in the event next year? Keep an eye on for the 2013 dates and visit Cabarete!

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The Cabarete Classic 2012

Starting tomorrow, Cabarete will play host to the 7th Annual Cabarete Classic. This year’s event is scheduled for July 12th to the 15th, 2012. An event with a windsurfing focus, the Classic’s categories for the slalom are: mini juniors, juniors, sport class, women’s class, and open class. Categories for the formula class are: sport class and open class. There will also be a long distance race for advanced windsurfers and kitesurfers.

Another great event on Cabarete’s main bay. Check it out!