Popular with budget-minded European and American vacationers, this beachfront all-inclusive resort in Puerto Plata is on Cofresi Beach, 5 minutes from Ocean ...
This Abreu resort is on the beach, 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Playa Grande, and within 9 mi (15 km) of Playa Grande Golf Course and Gri Gri Lagoon. Playa Diamante ...
Located in Puerto Plata, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within a 10-minute walk of Playa Dorada Golf Club and Playa Dorada. Long Beach and ...
The hotel has an oceanfront location at Boca Chica, beach with crystal clear waters and white sands, and is located only 30 km from downtown Santo Domingo and ...
This Bavaro resort is on the beach, 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from White Sands Golf Course, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Cocotal Golf and Country Club and Iberostar Golf ...
Located in Santo Domingo Financial District, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Bellapart Museum and Centro Olimpico. Quisqueya Stadium and National Palace ...
Located in Ciudad Universitaria, this luxury hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Convention Center Ministry of Foreign Affairs and within 3 mi (5 km) of Centro Olimpico ...
The Dominican Republic is a favorite holiday destination for travelers weary of long and cold winters. Dominican Republic travel should include visits to the many national parks. The region around the capital, Santo Domingo, and the eastern tourist hotspots of Bavaro and Punta Cana, annually attract more tourists than any other place on the island. The white sand beaches on the island’s Atlantic coast and the city’s cosmopolitan accommodations are irresistible. Nonetheless, there are many regions of mountains and valleys that deserve to be seen. Humpback whales pass through the Samana Bay as they migrate from the North Atlantic Ocean.
The climate of the Dominican Republic is tropical. The island experiences the hurricane season and severe storms with the rest of the Caribbean between June and October. Since it is too hot and humid for comfort, casual tourists avoid these months for the most part. If you are intent on whale watching, come between January and March, when humpback whales migrate south through the Samana Bay. The best time for Dominican Republic vacations is between December and April. Temperatures are usually between 25°C and 30°C, and the vegetation is exceptionally lush. If your Dominican Republic travel includes an excursion into the mountains, bring a sweater since it can get cool.
Relax with cocktails and lively music on the Los Corales Beach in Punta Cana.
Try the world’s best banana snacks in San Pedro de Macoris.
Indulge in Spanish-style pastries and coffee for breakfast at Las Lenas II in Punta Cana.
Enjoy a romantic evening overlooking a bay at Sosua’s “On the Waterfront” cliff-side restaurant.
The Jasmine Spa and Wellness Center completes any guests' Dominican Republic vacations with relaxing massages and treatments.
Bahia de las Aguilas: Known as “Eagles Bay,” this remote location on the southwest coast boasts a soft white-sand beach and part of the Jaragua National Park.
Las Galeras: Get away from the tourist commotion at this small village that backs into secluded beaches and palm groves.
Salto del Limon: Trek the paths on horseback to discover the awe-inspiring waterfalls in the midst of the lush tropical mountains.
Cabarete: On the northern coast of the Dominican Republic, this small city is the country’s capital of kite surfing and windsurfing.
Punta Cana Beach: One of the most popular attraction in the Dominican Republic, this spectacular white-sand beach stretches across the east coast.
Merlin Dive Center: Take a scuba-diving or snorkeling tour and discover the fresh water caves, coral, and tunnels filled with over 200 species of fish.
Santo Domingo Colonial Zone: Walk in the footsteps of Christopher Columbus, and see beautiful architecture from the 15th and 16th centuries.
Horse Play Punta Cana: Discover the mountain rivers near Punta Cana on horseback, and head back for inclusive zip-lining, river-fishing, swimming, and a feast.
Monte Cristi National Park: Favorite destination for explorers with its lagoons, mangroves, and limestone cliffs.
Rio Yaque Rafting: Experience the exhilaration of whitewater rafting down the famous 12-foot vertical drop of "Mike Tyson" on the Caribbean’s longest river.
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