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10 Travel Apps You Need Now

We want you to have the best travel experience from start to finish. These applications will put you at ease so you can focus on enjoying your trip.<p>Apps can help travelers with everything from letting them know the best time to book a flight to translating a foreign menu with their camera. With two …

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Mistakes Developers Make When Learning Design

The blank Photoshop document glows in front of you. You've been trying to design a website for an hour but it's going nowhere. <b>You feel defeated</b>. You …

Stateless in the Dominican Republic | Latin America

<b>Santa Lucia, Dominican Republic -</b> Sitting outside her family's shack in Santa Lucia, El Seibo province, in the Dominican Republic, 27-year-old Yolanda Alcino is worried. "My family is divided, four of my siblings were never registered here and they have no documentation at all," she says.<p>It had …

Travelers can descend into dark caves in the Dominican Republic for a swim

The Dominican Republic is full of caves you can swim through if you are brave enough to face the dark waters.<p>The caves are part of the El Choco National Park in Cabarete, and a 10-minute walk from the beach.<p>Hikers can cliff jump into chilly, cavernous pools, under stalactite-covered cave ceilings …

Best Beaches in the Dominican Republic

Read on for sun, sand, and surf.<p>Chances are, if you’re thinking about booking a vacation to the Dominican Republic, you’ve got one word on the brain: …

My mother’s Dominican specialty bridges ingredients — and generations

<i>One in a collection of essays celebrating the cooking of our mothers.</i><p>On road trips throughout the Dominican Republic, my mother likes to point out her favorite houses. They’re never mansions. They’re the tiny wooden ones, painted the hues of a highlighter, with aluminum roofs she says make a …

Finding the Caribbean rhythm: a musical guide to the Dominican Republic

In the Dominican Republic, the air pulses with energetic beats, tunes blasting from open car windows and drifting into the streets from neighborhood bars. Even public plazas serve as convenient dance floors: people glide across the pavement as buskers play slow, romantic melodies or local radios …

Dominican Republic: beyond the beaches

The Dominican Republic is well known for its blissful beaches: the crystal clear waves of Punta Cana, the eye-catching turquoise waters at Bahía de las Águilas, and the deep blues of the Atlantic lapping at golden sands on Samaná Peninsula. While all are fantastic stops on the island, the DR has a …

The Dominican Republic's Expanding Art Scene Highlights The Importance Of Philanthropy In The Arts

‘The government in the Dominican Republic are liberal in that they want to push the country forward, but they’re very conservative in the sense that they want to push the country forward through business, through capitalism,’ Dominican artist Pascal Meccariello says. Meccariello has been working as …

Take the plunge: the 27 waterfalls of Damajagua

Travelers routinely describe the tour of the 27 waterfalls at Damajagua as ‘the coolest thing I did in the DR.’ It's hard to disagree. Guides lead you up, swimming and climbing through the waterfalls. To get down you jump – as much as 8m – into the sparkling pools below.<p>Today it’s mandatory to wear …

The Dominican Republic's Secret Nature Reserve

Owned and operated by the Puntacana Ecological Foundation, the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park and Reserve is an amazing place to spend the day for those who want a break from the Dominican Republic's legendary beaches and golf courses. The area is made up of a lowland subtropical forest and covers …

Stranger in a Strange Land: Swimming with Humpbacks

In the southwestern corner of the North Atlantic, a mountain range rises dramatically from the ocean depths. This shallow plateau near the Dominican Republic is known as the Silver Bank, and it's one of the most mysterious and magical places in the entire world. It's to this protected sanctuary …

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Three Places in the Dominican Republic to Visit Now

With pristine beaches, rich history, and a lively cultural scene, the Dominican Republic has endless charm to offer its visitors. Most people who …

Nobu Matsuhisa’s insider Tokyo

Tokyo is an incredibly sophisticated city, and the energy here is like nowhere else on earth. Despite the hustle and bustle, however, the pace of …

A Surreal Vision Of The City As A Living Organism

In AUJIK’s latest video ‘Spatial Bodies’, urban landscape and architectural figures are shown as autonomous living and self-replicating organisms, …

This Week in Popular

We rounded up the top 25 images that reached the top of Popular in the 500px community over the past week—liked, favorited, and commented on by you. …

The 10 Most Beautiful Coastal Towns in Spain

Spain has more than 1,000 miles of Mediterranean coastline (just for starters), a mix of ancient port cities and resort towns that draw the European aristocracy. But true beauty isn't confined to seaside landscapes—the food of San Sebastián, the art of Málaga, the marbled walkways of Alicante make …

Luo Yang Captures A New Generation Of Chinese Women

Chinese photographer Luo Yang’s ‘GIRLS’ portrait series will be exhibited in a new show at MO-INDUSTRIES in Berlin, opening on May 20th.Read more