“To travel is to live.”
– Hans Christian Andersen
Suggestions and Tips
If we were to give a couple suggestions or tips, they would go as follows:
1. You can take your scooter, but be careful on the last part of your journey. When you’re going down the hills, and it’s gravel, it can get very slippery, and your scooter can start to slide.
2. Make sure to pack something to eat and drink. There is nothing within 3-4 miles, so if you get hungry or thirsty, you’re out of luck.
We use the Primocean Backpack with an insulated cooler bag daily. We use this as Christie’s carryon bag on the plane and as our cooler at our final destination. We used to use a different backpack and we switched to this one because it’s better made of durable material with quality zippers. We love this backpack!! If you are interested in checking it out here is the Amazon link: Click Here.
3. The swimming is great, and the water is perfect, but we suggest you stay on the right half of the beach facing the ocean. There are more rocks, and the waves are more prominent on the left when facing the sea.
4. Bring your camera!!! So many picturesque shots. With the waves crashing into the rocks, eagles flying, palm trees, waves crashing you can spend a couple of hours just taking photos. If you are staring at the beach and you walk to the left all the way to the end there are some stairs and a sitting area that is made from stone. It’s cool to see and very photogenic. We use our GoPro Daily! Its rugged and we don’t stress about breaking it. It takes 4k video, great pictures and has been amazing for us during our travels. We use a GoPro Hero6 when taking underwater shots and video. If you want to check it out, here is the Amazon link. Click here.
5. Take your time getting here. There are lots to see in the way of the jungle landscape, but also observing how the locals live. We found it fascinating that many of these locals seem to use horses as their primary source of transportation. There are homes in the middle of nowhere. We felt the only way of survival would be that they are 100% self-sustainable.
6. Do not use Google Maps to get here; it will take you to the Vacation Villas which is just a locked gate. Watch the video attached to this blog post, and we’ll show you exactly what road you need to take to get in here. The last stretch of road is the worst part. If it has rained in the previous few days be ready for huge puddles and lots of mud. You can walk the last quarter mile, but we did not feel comfortable leaving our scooter out on the main road area.
Playa Moron Beach
We have read a few articles online that mention a tour guide, and you can pay someone to get you here. (We saw them later on in the day.) If money is an issue or you want to be adventurous, we would strongly suggest that you put your big boy/girl panties on and do it yourself. This blog post and video will tell you everything you need to know.
Similar to many of the other adventures in the Dominican Republic, if you do a little reading and research you can do these fun activities on your own for free. Another attraction that is close to Playa Moron Beach we strongly suggest you do is the El Limon Waterfall hike. Click here to read the blog, and we show you exactly where to park, how to get there and who to trust.
Playa Moron is the fifth beach that we have gone to in the Las Terrenas area. It’s incredible how every beach has its unique style. We love secluded spots, and Playa Moron does not disappoint. We both swam for hours even worked out on the beach with nobody around but each other. The water is beautiful turquoise green and blue. There is a mist that comes off the inland area that makes it very picturesque and almost dreamy like. If you’re looking for other beaches in the Las Terrenas area, click here for other secluded beaches and click here for the top busier beaches. We have in-depth reviews of the top 5 beaches and videos of what they look like and what to expect.
2 Traveling Lovers Article & Video links from the Dominican Republic
We spent a month traveling throughout the Dominican Republic. If you’re interested in visiting the area, we hope you will find our articles and videos helpful. All of our posts have a video included and we have additional videos on our YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel too so you won’t miss a video.
Below are a few articles and videos from our stay in the Dominican Republic:
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These are areas in the Dominican Republic we have traveled to and we recommend staying in these areas based upon our personal experience. Click on the town to be referred to the booking.com link to each town.
The Las Terrenas area of the Dominican Republic has some of the most beautiful beaches we have ever been to in our lives. If you are planning a vacation, there is no doubt that we I would strongly suggest this area of the Dominican Republic. Many of the beaches we visited were a secluded raw coastal beauty. Take advantage now before these areas start to get built up. There is no doubt in my mind that within 20 years they won’t be the secluded paradise they are now.
If you are interested in seeing our video, it’s on this blog post above. I hope you found our tips to be useful and you are excited to visit the beaches of Las Terrenas. We found Playa Moron to be a spectacular beach. If you are interested in reading about two of the more secluded beaches in Las Terrenas, click here.
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