To dance, we have different rhythms, such as merengue and bachata, declared by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The Merengue is the most indigenous rhythm in the country and the one that has taken a bit of Quisqueya in the voices of different artists, to the most remote places on the planet. The Merengue has made millions of people dance around the world, no matter the style, be it typical, “street” or romantic; Meringue is a joyful and contagious rhythm.
Bachata is a rhythm that arises from the fusion of the bolero with other Afro-Caribbean rhythms such as Son Cubano, Chachachá and Merengue. Bachata music and dance are native cultural expressions always present in community celebrations or social gatherings, its lyrics express deep feelings of love, passion and nostalgia.