• 2 days
  • 1 suggested place for stays
  • Try typical food in Boca Chica or Guayacanes


Embark on a camper journey filled with magic and enchantment as you immerse yourself in the unparalleled coastal beauty of Guayacanes and its surroundings. Let your senses awaken to the exuberance of nature and the hidden wonders that await you around every corner. On this expedition, you’ll have the opportunity to camp on the paradisiacal Guayacanes Beach, where the gentle sound of the waves and the sea breeze will caress your spirit, enveloping you in a magical atmosphere.

During your stay, you can savor the authentic and exquisite flavors of local cuisine, transporting you to a world of traditional tastes and culinary delights. Whether you choose to indulge in delicacies in Boca Chica, with its coastal charm and renowned restaurants, or prefer to explore the culinary corners of Guayacanes, each bite will be a journey of discovery and pleasure for your palate. Feel the sea breeze on your face as you delve into the rich culture and culinary traditions of the region.

This camper route invites you to live an unforgettable experience where every moment will be infused with the magic and enchantment that only Guayacanes can offer.

Get ready to embark on an adventure that will awaken your senses and leave you with indelible memories of a coastal paradise!

The small fishing village of Guayacanes features a beautiful white-sand beach with only a couple of restaurants and houses. It is frequented by fishermen who come and go for their catch, and it’s also a favorite destination for locals who spend their day playing in the waves and relaxing in the turquoise waters. It is advisable to bring water shoes as the beach has rocky areas. It’s the perfect spot for a sunrise or sunset stroll.

Boca Chica
The cuisine in Boca Chica combines Dominican, Italian, and seafood dishes. The town boasts excellent seafood restaurants that promise not only delicious food but also unforgettable views. Many Italians have moved to Boca Chica, opening small hotels and restaurants, giving the place an “Italian” atmosphere and flavor. Some of the most popular restaurants in the town include Boca Marina, El Pelícano, and Neptuno, all located on Duarte Street. Buxeda offers the traditional fried fish dish of the region, and Da Nancy on Abraham Núñez Street promises delicious pasta with fresh seafood.

Dining at the abundant and excellent restaurants in Guayacanes on Central Street and in Juan Dolio on the Boulevard or Main Street attracts hundreds of people to this beach area, especially on weekends.

In Guayacanes, the most popular restaurants include Deli Swiss, La Playa by Nopal, Salitre, Playa El Pescador, Sca Club, St. Tropez Caribe, El Manguilito, and Cococane Beach.

In Juan Dolio, favorites include El Sueño, El Mesón Español, Bistro Marianna, Sal Marina, El Lobo y la Sal, El Concón, Café del Sol, Paladar, and La Brisa.