Many visitors are so eager in seeing the fabulous whale creatures swim along the waters of the Dominican Republic.

Samana Bay has always been the major winter breeding ground for humpback whales since time immemorial. In fact, you will find aboriginal Indian drawings on the walls of caves at the Los Haitises National Park that illustrates this event. When you go here during the whale's mating season, you will not only be amazed and fascinated at how whales look for partners and breed their young, you will also learn a great deal about these wondrous creatures.

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Whale watching is not the only activity popular in Samana Bay. The area also promotes other outdoor activities such as horseback riding, scuba diving, hiking, snorkeling, windsurfing, boating, fishing, and so many more. There are also lots of excellent dining options sprawled all over the vicinity. After you're done with the whale watching adventure, you can eat like a whale in one of the topnotch restaurants in the area.

Aside from Samana Bay, another worthy stop would be at the Silver Bank, which is a staggering 3,000 square kilometer reef system that is also a great breeding ground for humpback whales. Guided whale watching tours are available in both Samana Bay and Silver Bank.

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