Sunday nights are reasonably big here.
Many locals like to day drink on Sundays through the afternoon and evening, and there’s nothing stopping you from doing the same! Mojitos on the beach? Yes, please.
Not to get mumsy with you, but make sure to drink plenty of water if you’re drinking in the heat. You do want to make it to the club, later, after all.
Kick off your night with some gentle bachata dancing to live music at Voy Voy from 6pm. Take in the atmosphere, try out your moves in a very safe space, with staff on hand to show you the steps.
For the party animals, the place to be is LAX on the beach. It will heat up later, at around 11pm to midnight, so enjoy the pre-drinks and relax. There’s no rushing on this island.
It will all be worth it when you’re all Cuba Libre’d up and dancing your heart out to whatever pumping tune the DJ is playing. LAX’s signature beachy vibes are well worth the pain of the next day.
And, lucky for you, a dip in the ocean is a great hangover soother.
Keep an ear to the ground for news of themed holiday parties or full moon parties. Cabarete takes any excuse for a special occasion bash!
Of course, as every local knows, the most fun parties in Cabarete can be totally spontaneous. They can spring up outside cigar shops, barber shops, pool halls, and under the lights of petrol stations. Somehow, everyone comes together, and the beer and dance moves flow.
Walk around town at night to get a feel for how the Dominicans party, and if you’re feeling brave, maybe even join in!
Cabarete nightlife is worth checking out. People here know how to come together and have a good time.