Because we love Dominican Republic
In 2019 we decides to know, discover and love Dominican Republic.
The second biggest and the most diverse country in the Caribbean.
An unique destination with an mesmerizing nature, captivating history and culturally rich.
Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the North and Caribbean Sea to the South, Dominican Republic has more than 1,600 km of coastline and more than 400 km of the best beaches all around the world, great hotels and resorts, and so many options of activities to choose from dancing the sticky merengue rhythm to explore ancient ruins. Also, you can delight with the best dominican dishes and living incredible ecoturistic adventures in natural parks, mountain ranges, rivers and beaches.
Dominican Republic has a captivating history. That's why we have so many interesting museums and cultural activities such as, music, art and festivals; besides, a wide variety of dominican products like, cigarettes, rum, chocolate, coffee, merengue, amber and larimar.
Dominican Republic has the perfect elements to refresh your soul. This country counts with 8 international airports. This paradise is easier to explore than you think. We invite you to live this unforgettable experience that will remain engraved in your memory.
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How to get to Dominican Republic?
The Dominican Republic is well connected with the outside world. There are several direct flights from the main cities of Latin America, USA, Canada and Europe that can connect you with this country.
Tourist from the Europe Union, United Kingdom, USA or Canada can get into the country just presenting a tourist card.
Basic guide for travellers
Tourist visa may be issued for many entries and it can be extended for 60 days. For more information on visas, please check with the Dominican Embassy or Consulate of your country.
Tourists coming from Argentina, Chile, South Korea, Ecuador, Israel, Japan, Peru and Uruguay don't have to purchase a tourist card.
It can be acquired in specific sell points at the country's land, air and sea ports, dominican embassies and through travel agencies.
There are restriction for bringing to the country more than US$ 10,000 in cash, any amount over this must be declared in the Custom form.