Altos de Chavon
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Altos De Chavon
Quite simply, the village of Altos de Chavon on the Dominican Republics southeast coast is a tourist trap but in the very best sense of the term.
Most visitors feel comfortable strolling around: No bothersome vendors and the streets here are probably the country’s cleanest.
Altos is truly a feel-good place. Take Altos de Chavon for what it is and you can’t help but enjoy it.
Outside and to the left of Altos de Chavon is an unnaturally green ribbon on grass covering the plateau top. That is Dye Fore, another championship golf course developed by Casa de Campo, the 7,000-acre mega-resort that features three other courses, an internationally-famous tennis center, state-of-the-art skeet shooting facilities and just about every other activity you can think of.
Notable stops in Altos de Chavon include: