Top 10 reasons to visit Dominican Republic


Exceptional Weather & Beaches

The Dominican Republic has a constant, year-round sunny climate; average temperatures hover between 25°C and 31°C (78°F to 88°F). The island has over 200 breathtaking beaches.



The Dominican Republic ranks among the most diverse Caribbean countries in geography, nature, and people. Its landscape ranges from the highest peak in the region, Pico Duarte, to the lowest body of water, Lago Enriquillo.


Activities and Adventure

There are many recreational parks around the country, designed to fit around natural surroundings with a seleccion between hiking, zip lining, visits to natural springs, getting up close with dolphins & seals, inland safaris and more.


The Golf Courses

The Dominican Republic is the undisputed leader of golf in the tropics. At least 7 of the island’s courses have consistently topped Golfweek Magazine’s “Top 50 courses in the Caribbean and Mexico”, including in the top 10 Punta Espada (in Cap Cana), Los Corales (in Punta Cana), and Teeth of the Dog (in Casa de Campo.)


The Dominican Spirit

Dominicans are some of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet. They exude passion in the way they speak, dress, dance, and in their embrace of fellow neighbors or visitors.


Dominican Cuisine

A big part of the Dominican Culture is the Food, influenced by the mix of cultures that make up the Dominican DNA; Spanish, indigenous Taíno, Middle Eastern and African.


Exceptional Accessibility

The Dominican Republic is the best connected Caribbean destination, with 8 international airports located at key points around the Country. The country is also a popular stop for various cruise lines docking in at ports in Punta Cana, Puerto Plata, Santo Domingo and La Romana.


Hotel Capacity

The country boasts the highest number of hotel rooms in the Caribbean region, over 83,000. Many world class-resorts and hotels in the Dominican Republic cater to meetings and incentive groups, offering great service and dynamic meeting venues.


Rich Culture & Tradition

The Dominican culture is a mix of cultures. European (mostly Spanish), African, and Taíno cultural elements are prominent in Dominican food, family structure, religion, music and dance.


Unique Semi-Precious Gems

The Dominican Republic is known for two major precious and semi-precious stones: amber and larimar. Dominican amber is mined on the north coast. The larimar stone, a bluish semi-precious stone, it’s only found in the southwest of the island and nowhere else in the world.

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