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The Dominican Republic's enchanting mountain scenery, romantic colonial architecture and pristine turquoise waters distinguish it from any other country in the Caribbean.   

One of the Caribbean's most geographically diverse destinations, the Dominican Republic is home to more than just immaculate white beaches; its inland terrain boasts stunning scenery of rural peaks and rolling valleys, beautifully restored monasteries, crumbling colonial-era buildings, and dramatic rocky cliffs that lead to glittering golden bays lined with swaying palms and superb high-end luxury hotels. A dream destination to an array of travellers, a luxury holiday or honeymoon to the Dominican Republic could see you staying in a secluded hideaway amidst miles of beachfront or enjoying a family adventure at an all-inclusive resort with a private pool.   

Each corner of this vibrant country is teeming with opportunities for eco-adventures, from snorkelling the rich barrier reef off the rugged coast of Montecristi and whale watching off the coast of Punta Cana to swimming in the Bávaro lagoon and canoeing through the mangrove forests and limestone islands of Los Haitises National Park in the Samaná Peninsula. Head inland and discover one of the Caribbean's most dramatic mountain ranges; dubbed the 'Dominican Alps,' Cordillera Central is home to the highest peaks in the West Indies, making it one of the best hiking destinations in the region.    

The Dominican Republic's diverse culture and rich heritage are best experienced in its historic cities, particularly Santo Domingo, which is home to Zona Colonial, one of the Americas' oldest European settlements, and glamorous promenades dotted with luxury dining and nightlife venues. Explore the country's seaside towns, including Samana, which is enchanting with its colourful buildings and lively bays overlooking golden beaches, as well as its proximity to natural wonders. 

Our Top Dominican Republic Experiences

  • Spend the day snorkelling in the shallow lagoon waters and lounging on the white sand beach with spectacular views of the mainland on a day trip to Cayo Levantado.  
  • Spot humpback whales off the coast of Punta Cana where thousands congregate between winter and early spring. 
  • Walk through centuries-old streets and marvel at some of the Americas' first colonial architecture in Zona Colonial in Santo Domingo. 
  • Hike through Puerto Plata's lush rainforest and see the stunning 27 Charcos de Damajagua, a succession of waterfalls and emerald lagoons. 

Best Time to Visit 

The best time to visit the Dominican Republic is between December and March when rainfall is at its lowest and temperatures are at their mildest. This is also the best time to go whale-watching. 

Dominican Republic
Eden Roc Cap Cana
The Caribbean, Dominican Republic
Situated on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic, Eden Roc is a spectacular luxury resort located in the lively district of Cap Cana. Boasting a variety of suites and villas, guests at the resort can choose between in-land or
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The Caribbean, Dominican Republic
Located along the stunning northern coastline of the Dominican Republic on a cliffside fringed by tropical rainforest is Amanera, a glamorous, modern boutique retreat that promises utmost luxury and seclusion mere footsteps away from the tranquil shores of the Caribbean.
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Best Time to travel to
Dominican Republic

The best time to visit the Dominican Republic is between December and March when rainfall is at its lowest and temperatures are at their mildest. This is also the best time to go whale-watching.




























Things to do in
Dominican Republic
Punta Cana

You’ll have probably heard about this beautiful destination already, but for those who haven’t Punta Cana, this beautiful destination is home to the biggest and best beachfront in the Dominican Republic. Imagine what a postcard may look like for the Dominican Republic and you’ll know exactly what Punta Cana is all about; think powdery golden sands studded with idyllic swaying palms and shallow turquoise waters that go on forever. With plenty of luxury hotels lining the coastline to choose from, you’ll easily find your perfect holiday haven along these coveted shores.

Santo Domingo

This eclectic metropolis is home to upmarket boutiques, idyllic cafes, gorgeous cathedrals and quiet parks, offering a wonderful contrast to the sublime beaches that line to coasts. This city is a must-visit for anyone finding themselves in the Dominican Republic. Wander the beautiful cobbled streets and discover how Spanish and Caribbean influences have fused together to create a laid-back and interesting city that’s definitely worth visiting. Be sure to drop by in the evening for a romantic al fresco meal and a glass of wine in the main square.

Zona Colonial

The Zone Colonial is the historic heart of the Santo Domingo.

This beautiful square mile is full of idyllic cobbled streets, remarkable colonial buildings and a huge cathedral. After spending the afternoon discovering the Dominican Republic’s vast history, you’ll begin to notice that these streets are lined with plenty of quaint cafes and restaurants, with many locals opting to spend their afternoons and evenings along these tranquil streets.

Costa del Coco

The Coconut Coast is a popular tourist destination that boasts gorgeous white beaches and serene turquoise waters. Located along the southeastern edge of the island sits 40 miles of paradise. This breathtakingly beautiful beach boasts endless vistas of sugary white sands, towering coconut palms and a blissful horizon of bright turquoise clear waters. With only a few clusters of low-rising luxury escapes lining the sands, the area has done very well to retain its natural beauty and essentially pristine environment.

The Dominican Alps

If you’re hoping to explore the Dominican Republic’s stunning island interior, then definitely make a bee-line for Constanza & the ‘Dominican Alps’. This gorgeous area sits 80km away from Santo Domingo’s metropolis of cafes and restaurants and boasts a region full of protected national parks, blissful waterfalls, streams, meadows, soaring peaks and idyllic valleys. Pico Duarte - the highest mountain in the Caribbean - can be seen from all viewpoints, and you’ll soon begin to wonder if you’re still in the Caribbean!

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Best Time To Travel:

March - May

Flight Time:

12hr 40mins

Direct Flights:

Country Combinations::

Turks & Caicos, Jamaica.

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