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Las Galeras

Las Galeras

Surrounded by lush mountains and coastline, the small fishing town of las Galeras, of about 12,000 inhabitants harbours 35% of its territory within nationally protected natural parks, Cabo Samaná & Cabo Cabrón. This enchanting village is located in Samaná province on the tip of the northeast coast of the Dominican Republic and its economy mainly relies on tourism, artisanal fishing and agriculture. The main food staples (plantain, yuca, yam, taro, squash ) are mainly sown by local farmers in small “conucos”, or farms. Additionally, there is local production of coconut, pineapple, passion fruit, mangoes, citrus and avocados; also organic ginger for export.

Surrounded by lush mountains and coastline, the small fishing town of las Galeras, of about 12,000 inhabitants harbours 35% of its territory within nationally protected natural parks, Cabo Samaná & Cabo Cabrón. This enchanting village is located in Samaná province on the tip of the northeast coast of the Dominican Republic and its economy mainly relies on tourism, artisanal fishing and agriculture. The main food staples (plantain, yuca, yam, taro, squash ) are mainly sown by local farmers in small “conucos”, or farms. Additionally, there is local production of coconut, pineapple, passion fruit, mangoes, citrus and avocados; also organic ginger for export.

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