Dominican Republic

Enchanting beaches, verdant mountains and a welcoming atmosphere - there are plenty of reasons to visit the Dominican Republic. This tropical paradise is home to diverse natural scenery, and the capital city, Santo Domingo, is a cultural hub, boasting a rich historical heritage manifested in its well-preserved Colonial Zone, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Where is the Dominican Republic?

Located in the Caribbean region, the Dominican Republic lies in the eastern two-thirds of the Island of Hispaniola, which it shares with Haiti. It's situated between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, east of Cuba and Jamaica, and west of Puerto Rico.

A Caribbean Paradise

Natural landscapes, historical significance, and a lively, hospitable culture

The Dominican Republic has something for everyone. From palm-fringed beaches with shimmering turquoise waters to mountainous terrain and lush rainforests, the it is a testament to nature's splendour. Complete with plenty of history and culture to explore, and the warmth of the local people, the hardest part could be leaving this island paradise behind.

Why is the Dominican Republic for me?

The Best Beaches
Santo Domingo's Culture
Samaná's Natural Splendour

The Best Beaches

Golden and white-sand beaches come as standard across the Dominican Republic. Occupying the easternmost tip of the island, Punta Cana is renowned for its gorgeous string of uninterrupted beaches, making it one of the country's most popular hotspots. Known for its calm, clear waters, Bayahibe is an ideal beach for families and snorkelling enthusiasts, while Sosúa, situated on the country's north coast, offers a beautiful beach with golden sands and crystalline waters ideal for swimming and snorkelling.

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