Dominican Republic Tourism
Spectacular Beaches

I love the Dominican Republic Tourism. I visited this great Spanish speaking country dozens of times while living in Puerto Rico.

The Beaches are among the best in the Caribbean, the food, the fun, the music and above all the great 'Dominicanos" will make from your vacation a real dream that you will cherish for years and I am sure you'll come back and back again like I did.

Please visit our page on Dominican Republic Beaches


Santo Domingo Capital of the Republica Dominicana

Santo Domingo Capital of the Republica Dominicana

If you have a long time for vacation you would be able to explore the country and its regions. But if what you have is a short time to spend, then you’ll have to decide where to go and dedicate your visit to this particular region.

Important Facts:

  • Official Name - Republica Dominicana
  • Population - 9,507,133
  • Area - 48,730
  • Capital Santo Domingo
  • Languages - Spanish
  • Political Status - Democratic Republic
  • Currency - Dominican Peso (DOP)


Salto Baiguate in Jarabacoa Dominican Republic

Salto Baiguate in Jarabacoa Dominican Republic

Getting to the Republica Dominicana By Air

As mentioned above, the country is big and has an array of airports scattered all over the island as well as many seaports.

These are a few of the important airports throughout the island

  • Maria Montes International Airport
  • Barahona
  • La Romana Airpot - Serving La Romana and Casa de Campo
  • Gregorio Luperon International Airport – Serving Puerto Plata
  • Cibao International Airport – Serving Santiago Caballeros
  • Las Americas Internationa Airport – Serving Santo Domingo
  • Punta Cana International Airport – Serving Punta Cana
  • Arroyo Barril International Airport – Serving Samana
  • Samaná El Portillo Airport – Serving Samana
  • Many airlines from all over the world serve the Dominican Republic

A variety of airlines offer service to the Dominican Republic and its seven international airports. Whether flying into a multilevel terminal or one with a thatched straw roof, choose an airport that will allow you to quickly get to your final destination.

Dominican Republic Tourism

Casa de Campo in La Romana Dominican Republic

Casa de Campo in La Romana Dominican Republic

Airlines flying to the Dominican Republic

  • Aeromexico (AM)
  • Air (AF)
  • Air Canada (AC)
  • Air Europa (UX)
  • American Airlines (AA)
  • Avianca (AV)
  • British Airways (BA)
  • Condor Flugdienst (DE)
  • Copa Airlines (CM)
  • Delta Air Lines (DL)
  • Eurowings  (EW)
  • Gol Transportes Aéreos (G3)
  • Iberia (IB)
  • JetBlue Airways (B6)
  • LATAM Airlines Group (LA)
  • TAM Airlines (JJ)
  • United Airlines (UA)
  • WestJet (WS)

Carnival Cruise in Amber Cove Puerto Plata Dominican Republic

Carnival Cruise in Amber Cove Puerto Plata Dominican Republic

By Sea

The Republic is popular among travelers that like to cruise the Caribbean.

Cruise Lines dock in several main ports when visiting the Dominican Republic.

  • Barahona
  • La Romana
  • Manzanillo
  • Puerto Plata
  • San Pedro de Macoris
  • Santo Domingo

The most popular time to take a cruise to the Dominican Republic is during the winter months. This is the high season, which is considered the most fashionable and the most expensive time to Cruise the Caribbean.

Altos de Chavon an amazing area of the Dominican Republic

Altos de Chavon an amazing area of the Dominican Republic

Getting around the Republica Dominicana by plane

Many charter and regular schedule airlines offer domestic flights between the important cities and beaches.

Car Rental

Major international companies have their branches all over the Republic. Keep in mind that local companies may be less expensive. Being the Republica Dominicana so vast, renting a car could be a great idea.

By bus There are many well established regular bus companies offering inter-urban service.


Dominican Republic Flag

Dominican Republic Flag

A centered white cross that extends to the edges divides the flag into four rectangles - the top ones are blue and red, and the bottom ones are red and blue.

A small coat of arms featuring a shield supported by an olive branch and a palm branch is at the center of the cross.

Dominican Republic Map

Dominican Republic Map

The Dominican Republic occupies two thirds of the island of Hispaniola with Haiti. It is the second largest of the Four Greater Antilles, smaller than Cuba and larger than Jamaica and Puerto Rico.

When we lived in Puerto Rico, 45 minutes away from The Republica Dominicana, we used to fly there constantly, sometimes for a couple of days to enjoy the food, the music and the people of this sister Republic.


For more visit Dominican Republic Tourism Website

images credits for dominican republic tourism

santo domingo by martha perez
baiguate by mercedes
casa de campo by pepe kuper
altos de chavon by quique cruz
cruise by roberto tirado

all courtesy of wikimedia commons

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