The small mountain-town of Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic, 70 mi/110 km northwest of Santo Domingo, enjoys a pleasantly cool climate and is the main gateway to Pico Duarte and a variety of other outdoor thrills.
Constanza, the only other town in the mountains, attracted a number of Japanese immigrants who were brought in to develop the area's temperate fruit crop in the 1950s. The mountain village is set in an exquisitely beautiful valley and offers fantastically scenic mountain-drives for anyone who enjoys challenging four-wheel-drive adventures.
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