On November 1, 2013, Villa Celeste Estate opened its eco-tourist boutique in central Dominican Republic, embedded within the Dominican Alps.
On November 1, 2013, Villa Celeste Estate opened its eco-tourist boutique in central Dominican Republic, embedded within the Dominican Alps. Villa Celeste opened its villa in Jarabacoa, known as the Dominican Republic’s epicenter of eco-tourists. The landscape allows for whitewater rafting, canoeing, zip lining through waterfalls, mountain biking and even paragliding. Villa Celeste does an incredible job of providing its guest with an authentic experience of the island. Especially for those travelers who want a break from the busy city life, this is the place for you.
“Our goal is to have our guests genuinely explore the “real” Dominican Republic from a local perspective”, said David Ortiz, owner of Villa Celeste Estate. “We are far more than a beach and sun destination, we provide our guest with the opportunity to enjoy the eco-tourism of the Island as well as experience a “local” experience of it all.”
In addition, Villa Celeste has a 16-guest maximum policy at a time. This allows for guests to have a truly relaxed and focused experience without the distraction caused by constantly being surrounded by people.
Photo: Ayutamiento Jarabacoa
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