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Mt. Isabel de Torres
Mt. Isabel de Torres

Mt. Isabel de Torres

Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

The basics

For many visitors, a trip to the top of Isabel de Torres Mountain is a highlight of Puerto Plata, making it a must-see for first-time visitors. Due to its popularity, a ride on the cable car features on just about every sightseeing tour around town. These tours typically include all the highlights, like the Fortress of San Felipe, Brugal Rum Distillery, Amber Museum, and Del Oro Chocolate Factory. The site is also easy to visit independently for travelers who wish to take in the views at their own pace.

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Things to know before you go

  • Don’t forget your camera for a photo op from the top.
  • Vendors sell jewelry and crafts beneath the dome at the base of the statue, and they can be tenacious; avoid this area if you’re not interested in buying.
  • Hungry visitors will find a full-service restaurant and snack stall atop the mountain.
  • Wear proper walking shoes if you want to explore Isabel de Torres Mountain.
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How to get there

The mountain peak is accessible via a cable car; the ride takes approximately five to seven minutes. Visitors have the option of taking the aerial tram both ways or taking the cable car up and walking down. If traveling independently, plan to hire a taxi. Many drivers will wait for you to come back down and take you back to your hotel.

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When to get there

The cable car is open daily; plan to visit first thing in the morning, as cloud cover tends to roll over the mountain in the afternoons, obstructing the view. The period between March and May offers fewer crowds on the mountain and less chance of rain.

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Outdoor Attractions in Puerto Plata

The Dominican Republic’s eighth largest city makes an excellent base for outdoor adventure. The nearby 27 Charcos de Damajagua comprise a series of waterfalls where visitors can slide, jump, climb, and swim in a spectacular natural setting. The beaches of Cabarete, just east of town, offer excellent conditions for windsurfing and kitesurfing, while Playa Dorada ranks as the best beach in the area for swimming and lazing in the sand.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What are the nearest attractions to Mt. Isabel de Torres?
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What else should I know about attractions in Puerto Plata?
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As well as visiting the Mt. Isabel de Torres, check out these trip ideas to make the most of your visit: