Puerto Plata’s Cable Car

Discover the views from Puerto Plata’s cable car

You cannot leave Puerto Plata without taking a ride on the cable car, the most important symbol of the city. The cable car, which is unique throughout the Antilles and was built in 1973, offers tourists a one-of-a-kind experience and a way to get to know the region from above. The ten-minute journey will take you 2,500 feet above sea level, where you will be surrounded by verdant forests and lust vegetation that melts into the intense blue of the Atlantic.


Loma Isabel de Torres

The Puerto Plata cable car goes to the famous Isabel de Torres Hill, which rises 2,500 feet above the sea and where you can most certainly find the best views of the city. Here you will find the Christ the Redeemer monument that presides over Puerto Plata. Explore the leafy nature reserve and the botanical garden before returning back down.