One of the best kept secrets in the Caribbean!
Cabrera is a small town located at the eastern end of the North Coast of the Dominican Republic. Situated between the larger towns of Nagua and Rio San Juan and lying alongside the Atlantic coast Cabrera, historically, was an agricultural town, its main sources of income coming from cattle, meat, milk production, coconuts, and rice as well as fresh fish and shellfish. Originally called ‘Tres Amarras’ at it’s foundation day on July 1, 1891 Cabrera was renamed to ‘Cabrera’ in honor of the hero of the Capotillo Battle, General José Cabrera.
What makes Cabrera so special in the eyes of those who know it or have discovered it? Maybe it’s because Cabrera has some of the most beautiful beaches in the Dominican Republic as well as rivers, exotic v...