Dominican Republic Vacations

The Dominican Republic has around 1,000 miles of gorgeous beaches lined with coconut palms.  The sands vary with pearl-white beaches, to golden brown, to volcanic black. The Dominican Republic offers some of the cheapest and best-value beach holidays in the Caribbean. Most visitors stay in large all-inclusive hotels, where dozens line the magnificent beaches.  The Dominican Republic takes up the eastern half of the island of Hispaniola, and is the most visited tourist destination in the Caribbean. You can happily spend your days on sandy beaches with crystal-clear waters, and fill your nights with merengue and dark rum.  It is the most geographically diverse Caribbean island, with an alpine wilderness, tropical rain forests and mangrove swamps, cultivated savannas, vast deserts and and much more. The opportunities for ecotourism and adventure travel are readily available.  In a single week you could scale a 150 m waterfall on a rope, mountain bike along remote dirt tracks, ride the best windsurfing waves in the hemisphere, trek to the top of a 3000 m mountain and head out in a fishing boat to marvel at the humpback whales crashing about in the bay of Samaná.  Dominican Republic vacations can take you on a very diverse journey, a vacation made of memories.  For more information on the Dominican Republic’s beautiful beaches, visit our Greater Antilles Travel page.

Dominican Republic Weather – When to Visit

Many people time their vacation to the Dominican Republic around the weather patterns. The most popular times to travel to the Dominican Republic are the late winter and early spring months of February, March, and April. At this time of year, the average temperature during the day ranges 82-86 °F. There is also less rainfall during these months. This seems to be about perfect for some people.  However, if you are looking for higher temperatures, your best bet are the months of June and July and it rains less during these summer months than in the fall. December and January are pretty dry on average as well and the temperatures still quite warm if you are staying on the coast, as most tourists do. This is probably why an increasing number of people are visiting the Dominican Republic during their winter break and Christmas holidays.

Dominican Republic Attractions

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Punta-Cana-1024x768.jpg Punta Cana

Punta Cana is the land of rest and relaxation. Where the Atlantic meets the Caribbean, large resorts offer all the comforts of modern living right on the beach. Punta Cana is a golfer’s destination, with 11 courses located all along the strip.  Most of the resorts cater to families and have developed miniature entertainment parks for children. Families have it easy at the big all-inclusives with activities, meals and drinks included. Dream weddings are also held here, with the best photographic memories against a backdrop of silky-fine white sand and beaches with coconut palms. Everyone gets a vacation.

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Santo Domingo is the capital and largest city in the Dominican Republic.  The beautiful setting along the Caribbean Sea and exceptional weather make the city and its nearby beaches a prime tourist destination.  The Colonial Zone is the oldest European settlement in the New World.  Another interesting attraction is the Santo Domingo Malecón, the promenade that runs along the Caribbean. This area features many hotels and restaurants, and is the setting for important events like Carnival.  Santo Domingo offers a variety of restaurants that serve local and international cuisine. The city also has seemingly limitless options for nightlife, live music and events.  A visit to Santo Domingo is a unique opportunity to see the oldest city in the New World while also experiencing a dynamic Caribbean cultural and business center.

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Samana-300x200.jpgSamaná

Samaná is a natural treasure. Wild, verdant, with coves, bays, waterfalls, mountains and awe-inspiring views – there is lots to explore. It is known for its wading and body-boarding beaches, nature trekking and whale-watching.  Samaná offers a European vibe, where French and Italian are at least as useful as Spanish. The majority of visitors come to gasp at the North Atlantic humpback whales doing their migratory song and dance from mid-January to mid-March.  Sophisticated Las Terrenas is the place for those who crave a lively social scene, but has an easygoing beach town feel, with some great shops, restaurants and bars.  Las Galeras boasts several of the best and most secluded beaches in the Dominican Republic.

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Cabarete is a small, laid-back Caribbean beach village located only 20 minutes away from the Puerto Plata International Airport on the northern shore of the Dominican Republic. It’s a perfect tropical vacation spot. With its charming, hip ambiance and a combination of relaxed and adventurous lifestyles, most visitors can barely resist the spontaneous temptation of extending their stay and just hang around for a little longer.  Cabarete is spread out across the center of a gorgeous, semi-circular beach of golden, sun-soaked, sand. Just behind, limiting its size, lies a tranquil lagoon, backed up by richly verdant hills overflowing with luxurious tropical vegetation.  Cabarete an exceptional location not only for water-sports such as kite boarding and windsurfing, but for regular surfing at El Encuentro beach as well.  And Cabarete’s nightlife (restaurants, bars, discos and casino) is legendary.

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Isla-Saona-300x199.jpgIsla Saona

If you are in the Dominican Republic (DR) and considering whether to do a trip to Isla Saona, GO!  You cannot miss it if you have made it to the Dominican Republic.  Saona is a tropical island located on the southeast tip of the Dominican Republic and is part of the Parque Nacional del Este.  The island has no hotel and the only establishment on the island is Mano Juan (pop. 300).  One cannot stay overnight (unless you crash with the locals in Mano Juan) and most tourists arrive on a day trip.  The typical excursion includes a catamaran ride from Bayahibe to the island, dancing and drinking on the boat, buffet lunch, a stop at piscina natural (shallow sandbank with clear water), and a speedier motorboat trip back.

Dominican Republic Tours & Activities

Four Adventures: Parasailing, Snorkeling Cruise, Sharks & Rays from Punta Cana

Experience the thrill of four adventures in one with this epic tour from Punta Cana. Relax aboard a double-decker catamaran, discover wonders of the sea, and enjoy close encounters with marine life. You’ll snorkel in a spectacular barrier reef surrounded by tropical fish and experience the fun of an interactive marine show complete with sharks and stingrays. This popular tour option includes unlimited drinks on the best party boat around and is perfect for fun with family and friends. After you get a taste of life underwater, explore it from above with a thrilling parasail 500 feet above the surface of the water!  Read more about Parasailing, Shark, Catamaran, Snorkeling from Punta Cana

Punta Cana Small-Group Sailing and Snorkeling Catamaran Tour

Set sail on the crystal blue waters surrounding Punta Cana on this small-group experience that’s limited to just 16 guests. Swim in a nature reserve, snorkel in the seas and enjoy drinks aboard your comfortable catamaran. Relax in one of the boat’s hammocks and let the crew paper you with strong tropical cocktails. Anchor in a sandbar and enjoy beverages from a floating bar as part of this wonderful water experience.  Read more about Punta Cana Sailing and Snorkeling Small-Group Catamaran Tour

Monkeyland and Plantation Safari Tour from Punta Cana

Observe squirrel monkeys on this trip to Monkeyland, deep in the Dominican Republic’s jungle. Ride a safari truck on this 5-hour tour through local coffee and cacao plantations, then visit the monkey sanctuary and and its botanical gardens. You’ll learn about the local farmers’ organic farming methods, taste freshly picked tropical fruit, and see and feed 20 monkeys that have been raised to be comfortable around people. Round-trip transportation from Bavaro and Punta Cana hotels is included.  Read more about Monkeyland Safari and Coffee Plantation Tour from Punta Cana

Saona Island Day Trip From Punta Cana

Visit Saona Island, an idyllic speck of sand and palm trees in the blue Caribbean, during a 10-hour tour from Punta Cana. Board a small speedboat for the thrilling ride out to the island, including a stop at a natural swimming pool where you can see starfish. Upon reaching Saona Island, spend the day exploring; stroll along the beach, relax in the white sand and swim in the azure waters. Sip drinks from the open bar and enjoy a buffet lunch of traditional Dominican fare. Round-trip transportation from Punta Cana is included.  Read more about Saona Island Day Trip From Punta Cana

Full-day Package: ATV 4×4, River Cave, Catamaran and Snorkeling from Punta Cana

This full-day package combines an ATV ride, catamaran cruise, and snorkeling excursion—allowing you to experience multiple island highlights in a single trip. Drive your own quad or ride as a passenger and explore the Dominican countryside. Then board a catamaran and cruise along Punta Cana’s coastline, stopping to snorkel at a coral reef and see tropical fish and maybe sea turtles or rays.  Read more about Punta Cana Day Tour: ATV, River Cave, Snorkeling and Catamaran

Best Dominican Republic Restaurants

Passion by Martín Berasategui  $31 – 60

Passion’s dinner menu can best be described as a lovely marriage of French, Mexican and Basque flavors. The defining experience is the indulgent, decadent seven-course tasting menu that showcases the chef’s passion and creativity with plates like smoked tuna tartare with black garlic, tepid lobster salad and Kobe flap meat with liquid Brie cheese spheres. Expect a mix of the chef’s signatures, plates from his Restaurante Lasarte in Barcelona and local dishes.   Although the menu does feature à la carte meals (like foie gras and mushroom ravioli with rich truffle sauce), the tasting menu paired with the sommelier’s wine recommendations offers a unique dining experience.  Telephone:  34 943 366 471  Web:  Passion by Martin Berasategui.

El Meson de la Cava  $11 – 30

The restaurant, considered one of the most distinguished in the area by both residents of and tourists to the Dominican Republic, is tucked into a natural limestone cave created by waves over billions of years. In addition to provisions from the OAS, the restaurant displays several of the valuable belongings found in the cave from previous occupants.  While some might expect that the restaurant relies on its unique environs to draw visitors in, the Meson de la Cava is known for preparing some of the region’s best cuisine. Local, hand-selected ingredients are brought in daily, as is a catch from the Caribbean Sea. The diverse menu is focused around Spanish-influenced modern classical French and local Caribbean cuisine.  Telephone:  809 533 2818  Web:  El Meson de la Cava.

Eze Bar & Restaurant  $11 – 30

Eze Bar is not visible from the main drag, and unless you approach it from the beach, to get there you must walk through a windsurfing shop. The place is small but chic, with a fairly unoriginal Miami Beach vibe, so it’s a bit of a shock when the Italian food arrives and blows your mind.  The tuna tartar might be the best in all the Caribbean, with mouthwatering morsels of fresh fish, avocado and an unusual ingredient – black olives. The dorado is a flaky dream, and the menu also features exquisite salads, healthy wraps, homemade pastas and meat dishes. The Italian chef is known around town for opening ambitious restaurants but this is his first home-run. It’s pricey but worth it, and happy hour is every day from 5pm to 7pm. Telephone:  809 571 0586  Web:  Eze Bar & Restaurant.

Mares Restaurant & Pool Lounge  $31 – 60

Distinguished chef Rafael Vasquez-Heinsen has converted his elegant home into a candlelit destination for foodies. Top Chef and food channel fans won’t be disappointed. The kitchen turns out what elsewhere might be defined as haute fusion cuisine – dishes that creatively combine Dominican ingredients with other culinary traditions: try Dominican goat marinated with rum (RD$600). Reservations recommended.  Telephone:  809 224 1999  Web:  Mares Restaurant & Pool Lounge.

Taberna El Conde  $11 – 30

This casual but enchanting establishment is constantly raising the culinary bar in Sosúa with its craft cocktails and innovative gastromony. The incredible honeysucklesmoke cocktail is made with rum, lime, orange and a cinnamon-smoked glass (tastes just like honeysuckle!) and dishes are things like Tandoori mahi mahi with mango chutney. Also, everything is totally under-priced (don’t tell the owner/chef).  Telephone:  829-868-0909  Web:  Taberna El Conde.

Best Dominican Republic Bars & Nightlife

Coco Bongo Punta Cana

At Coco Bongo, revel in a high-voltage environment of one-of-a-kind entertainment, pulse-pumping music, nonstop dancing in a sea of balloons and confetti—all while being taken care of by an amazing and attentive staff who keep your glass full with an unlimited number of drinks.  Telephone:  809 466 1111  Web:  Coco Bongo Punta Cana.

Drink Point Punta Cana

To enjoy a night of drinking and dancing with locals, head over to Drink Point. Unlike some clubs that are only busy around the weekend, Drink Point is crowded every night of the week, so you can party on a Tuesday if you want to. The club caters to locals by playing more traditional Caribbean and Latin music, such as bachata and merengue. If you can’t manage to pick up the moves, order rum and coke at the bar and just sit back and enjoy the show.  Telephone:  809 552 0920  Web:  Drink Point.

Jellyfish Beach Restaurant

Located on Bibijagua Beach in Bávaro, Punta Cana, Jellyfish Beach Restaurant is the perfect place to watch the bright Caribbean day fade into a vibrant Caribbean night. There’s a dining room inside but be sure to check out the restaurant’s stunning beachfront terrace that is lit up at dusk to take in the ocean views. Enjoy an island-inspired cocktail and revel in the company while steel drums play in the background.  Telephone:  809 840 7684  Web:   Jellyfish Beach Restaurant.

Captain Cook Bar

Sitting right on El Cortecito beach, Captáin Cook Bar has been a favorite among visitors to Punta Cana for some time, earning a number of prestigious awards and accolades. Captáin Cook is most famous for its open grill and huge platters of seafood. Patrons are able to choose their preferred catch as well as its preparation to guarantee maximum satisfaction. Popular options include lobster, red snapper, and Creole-style langoustines (a type of large shrimp). Wash it all down with a few shots of mamajuana, a powerful rum-based liquor native to the Dominican Republic.  Telephone:  809 552 0645  Web:  Captain Cook Bar.

Don Queco Cigar & Rum Bar

Located in the Westin Puntacana Resort & Club, the Don Queco Cigar & Rum Bar, is the perfect place for those who enjoy the finer things. Relax on one of the leather chairs in the dimly lit indoor seating area, or outside on the bar’s patio, and enjoy a menu featuring a robust selection of the best Dominican rum and cigars. A far cry from the crowded clubs most visitors associate with the Punta Cana nightlife scene, this one is more refined and relaxed than anywhere else in town.  Telephone:  809 959 2222  Web:  Don Queco Cigar & Rum Bar.

Top Dominican Republic Hotels

Casa Veintiuno


An elegant and exclusive small hotel with a nice modern interior.  Nice atmosphere, very trendy, rest and an excellent kitchen.  Withing walking distance from the center of the beach.

JW Marriott Hotel Santa Domingo


The JW Marriott Santo Domingo epitomizes style & grace, offering a perfect balance between luxurious ambiance and intuitive service for corporate and leisure travelers to the Dominican Republic. The JW Santo Domingo is located in the sophisticated area of Piantini, the heart of the capital’s business, entertainment & shopping district, positioned over the exclusive Blue Mall to offer guests high end brands such as Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Rolex and Cartier.

Hooked Caberete


Hooked is a guesthouse/surfcamp located 500m from the famous surfspot called Playa Encuentro It consists of 8 studio apartments located in a tropical garden with pool Each studio has a fully equipped kitchen and a private terrace with a hammock. Hooked provides 24/7 electricity (generator), fast wifi, drinkable water from every tab, a yoga platform, security system, optional AC, a BBQ grill area and a chill out lounge. We have studios with a queen-size bed and some with up to 4 single beds

InterContinental Real Santo Domingo


This brand new hotel is located at the heart of the business and entertaining center of the city, next to major corporate centers, upscale shopping malls, finest restaurants and bars. Santo Domingo’s Colonial Zone is just 4 miles away. The hotel features the hottest concepts in entertainment and dining, with three unique concept restaurants and two bars: The Market, Factory Steak & Lobster, NAU Sushi Lounge, BLU bar and Van Gogh bar. Unwind in our Spa, or enjoy a beautiful city view from our infinity pool on the 3rd floor. All guestrooms are equipped with the latest in comfort and streaming speed internet access.

UltraVioleta Boutique Residences


Luxury residences in the heart of Cabarete, Dominican Republic.ULTRAVIOLETA, the newest and most anticipated high-end condominium project in the charming community of Cabarete, located between Kite Beach and Cabarete Beach ULTRAVIOLETA redefines the “Boutique Residence” experience; combining luxury, intimacy, comfort and exclusivity with the personalized service and attention to details that are the hallmarks of all acclaimed top international brands.

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32 Comments

  1. Eric

    Hi Leahrae

    You know I’ve thought about visiting the Dominican Republic but after reading your post, I do now! There are so many things to see and so much fun to be had there. The pictures just make you want to go the more.

    You made it so easy for the reader to pick and choose just where they would like to go. You made it a vacation spot in the future for me.

    Thanks, wonderful post.

    Much Success

    Eric

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome Eric.  Glad I could help make up your mind.  You will have a wonderful time.  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  2. Doug Phillips

    This is very good and detailed information on the Dominican Republic.  It is kind of coincidental as I have recently began looking into possible expatriate destinations and of course this is one destination that is being suggested.  

    I realize that is a much different situation than just a vacation destination but this thorough and detailed information on all of the locations is very helpful to anyone considering the Dominican Republic.  

    Fantastic information about the attractions, tours, and especially the restaurants.  

    I have been on a couple cruises to the Caribbean and this definitely looks like an interesting and fun destination to consider for a much needed vacation.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Oh I couldn’t agree more Doug.  I just came back from a cruise and have decided that I am done with them.  I prefer to just go to a destination as a vacation so that I can take the time to see and do everything.  Dominican Republic will not disappoint for sure.  Such beauty and culture as well.

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  3. gr8megawinner

    This sounds world-class. And the bait is there are complete island activities that seem endless in a day from sailing, biking, windsurfing, trekking, of course, fishing, snorkeling also watching or gazing at sharks and rays to parasailing. It is awesome to know they are all available. These complete the activities. But the restaurants are awesome. from $11/- to 30/- range though there are some as high as $60/- seem still ok for people who really want to wind up and forget the bustle and hustle of the city life. This is where we could really get refreshed with wonderful available bars and night activities around, vacation in the Dominican Republic is no brainer. I really wanted to go soon, hopefully.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great 🙂  You will love it.  Thanks for visiting my Dominican Republic Vacations post. Let me know if you need any additional information.

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  4. Selenity Jade

    Wow!  The Dominican Republic looks absolutely gorgeous!!  I hadn’t considered adding this place to my dream travel destinations before, but just wow.  And can I just say, Jellyfish Beach?  I’d have to visit that just for the name!  And Monkeyland and Plantation Safari?  That would be the highlight of the trip!  Thanks for all the amazing places you wrote about!  

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome Jade, and I am glad you enjoyed my Dominican Repuplic Vacations guide.  Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. Nicole Lindsay

    Ok, first of all, that kind of heat in winter sounds AMAZING! I didn’t realize that the Dominican Republic was the spot to go during that time.

    Secondly, the whole -motorcycle taxi thing sounds terrifying.

    Samana sounds like the perfect place for me. I already love hiking around and finding waterfalls.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      t Samana is the perfect place. I love the peace and tranquility, the beauty, the flora and fauna, and then to visit an exquisite waterfall is just amazing. And I do agree, I am not going to get on a motorcycle taxi, but then I don’t like motorcycles period LOL. Thanks for visiting the Dominican Republic Vacations. Hope you can get to the DR one day soon!

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  6. Katherine

    This was a very informative article about the Dominican Republic. I would love to see black sand beaches.
    The fact that it is a geographically diverse island and in the Carribean is a plus for me. Seeing humpback whales is on my bucket list. Of all the places you described I think I would love to go to Cabarete and Punta Cana. The video was informative and beautiful. I better dust off my passport!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      doYes, you better dust it off!  And I have to agree that Punta Cana is a must see/do place while in the DR (Dominican Republic).  I have see the humpback whales many times, and they are just majestic and beautiful to watch.  Do a whale watching tour, which some this is spendy, but so well worth it!

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  7. Jade

    I have always wanted to travel. Being 18, I don’t have the money, obviously. I would love to see all different places including the Dominican Republic. Thank you for this wonderful post on everything you need to know before going here. I look forward to more great travel posts and I will be back for more.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you for visiting Jade.  You will travel to the Dominican Republic one day, and I am sure you will fall in love with the country.  Thanks for visiting my site and reading all about the wonder Dominican Republic!

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  8. roamy

    Hi there
    Thanks so much for sharing, it`s like this post came at the right time and written with me in mind.
    Dominican Republic is a place I went to past and really enjoyed, the weather, the beaches the people, the food, nothing I could wish for in a vacation was missing.
    Unfortunately, it`s been some time since then(over 10 years to be exact).So while thinking of places to go for my husband`s big birthday, we were discussing places to go and not able to choose a destination, my search brought me to your site.
    Now you mentioned Motoconcho and found myself thinking well, this could be a quick way to get around and not pay too much,my only worry is, do the drivers have extra helmets for passengers?I`d be worried being a passenger on a motoconcho (scooter) without a helmet.
    Now my last visit was to a tourist hotel so the language was not a problem as they have international visitors, this time around, we are planning to stay longer so it will have to be in untouristy areas to make the money go further but still have some luxuries.
    My worry is, do you happen to know if there is a chance of being able to communicate in English when in untouristy areas? I don’t speak Spanish apart from few words I have picked during my holidays in Spain.The only other language I speak is German but I still want to be able to get around or order food at a restaurant.
    Thanks so much, really informative and well written.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome. If you are going to ride a motoconcho, in most cases, you will not be provided a helmet. That is one danger/concern with riding them. However, they can be a very economical choice compared to a rental car or even a taxi. With language in the DR, you will find English spoken pretty much everywhere. You will not have to worry when you do travel to untouristy areas. I am glad I could help provide you with information that you can use. If you have any additional questions, or need help in planning your trip to the Dominican Republic, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you for visiting !

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  9. Tabsmark

    Oh! Wow! I couldn’t think of a better vacation. Thank you for describing this so thoroughly. Looks like there is something there to appeal to everyone! Lazy days at a hotel or on the beach – but adventurous enough with the hiking and bike riding. The fishing experience with the humpback whales sounds amazing! One day…

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, one day you will have to go!  Dream big and fulfill them….that’s the way I think 🙂  Thanks for reading BeachTravelDestinations.com!

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  10. angie

    Hello
    The Dominican Republic sounds like a wonderful place to go for a vacation. It is absolutely beautiful. The water looks so clear. It sounds like maybe the taxis and buses would be the safest way to travel. The sand looks amazing. This may be a dumb question but what kind of critters do they have there?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are going to find geckos, iguanas, frogs, hispaniolan solenodons (looks similar to a large shrew), and lots of different varieties of birds.  And yes, it is an amazing place!  Thanks for reading Dominican Republic Vacations!

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  11. Aquinda

    I will definitely save your site! Great reference for beaches. I love the beach and I can come to your site when ready to go again. Especially for out of the states.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Good, glad you enjoyed and yes I love beaches too. I like to plan ahead where I want to be when visiting different destinations 🙂 Thanks for reading Aquinda!

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  12. Christian

    Awesome article! I love beaches! I have been wanting to go to the Dominican Republic, so this post has so much information that I can use! Thank you for all the detailed information.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome! I am glad you can use this for your trip planning to the Dominican Republic. Please let me know if you need any additional information. Thanks for visiting BeachTravelDestinations.com!

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  13. Steve

    I have always wanted to visit DR. I have a friend who grew up there and he was always telling me about the beautiful beaches. The video is fantastic. There are not only great beaches to visit, but cultural experiences to enjoy also. Punta Cana is where I would go. Do you know when hurricane season is? It might be best to avoid during that time. Do you know who colonized DR? I am wondering if it was the French, my friend speaks French, so I think he learned that growing up. Thank you for sharing, I really want to go now!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Hurricane season runs from June to November. With the large amount of them this year, I know a lot of people are wary of traveling to this area. It is so worth it though. Just plan ahead. It was first colonized by Spain and then the French. I am glad you want to go, you will love it! Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks for visiting Dominican Republic Vacations.

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  14. Marie

    Wonderful post. Lots of good information and advice. I really want to go to the Dominican Republic now. Beautiful pictures too. Isla Soana sounds like heaven.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, the Dominican Republic is beautiful, no doubt about that! Glad you enjoyed reading and visiting Dominican Republic Vacations!

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  15. Demi

    Wow..you got me hooked with that first image. That captivating blue water, sky and the mountain. no other place would be more perfect. Your site giving me some serious travel goals!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great! That is the whole intent 🙂 I am glad you enjoyed reading. Thank you for visiting BeachTravelDestinations.com!

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  16. Kourtney

    Fantastic guide! You’ve really outlined everything there is to in the Dominican Republic, from sights to see, places to stay and things to do you have left no piece unanswered. Thank you for that you’ve gave me some great ideas

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am glad that I could help Kourtney. Please let me know if you need any additional information! I would love to help plan your trip. And thanks for visiting Dominican Republic Vacations.

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