Dominican Republic Tourism

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The beaches that cover more than 500 miles of coastline, bordered by a sea of impressive hues of blue and white sands, sheltered by swaying palm trees, are to a certain extent responsible for the attraction of the Dominican Republic, making it one of the most important destinations in the Caribbean region. See the photo gallery of the Dominican Republic and its tourism areas. Enjoy the ecotourism of the Dominican Republic.

But there is an additional ingredient which stands out in the success of the country, with the millions of tourists who come from all over the world in search of relaxation, entertainment and an opportunity to delve in to another culture: the Dominican people.

The hospitality conveyed in their characteristic smile, has turned the Dominican population into one of the most important assets in an industry that receives more than three million visitors a year. Learn more about the Dominican Republic society.
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Besides the homemade cuisine, the Dominican Republic offers a grand variety of international cuisine. For example: Italian cuisine, meats and grills, Mexican, Oriental, French, Spanish, English and fish and seafood. See more here

Tourist points of interest start in Santo Domingo, the capital of the Republic, going to San Cristobal, Peravia and Agua where a complex of 51 caves is found. Then there is Santiago de los Caballeros, an industrial city. Pedernales, Bahoruco, Independencia y Barahon are characterized by the varied climates, cool, humid and arid.

Taking the route of the western sun, you arrive at the Province of Barahona, blessed with a coastline of outstanding natural beauty, surrounded by submerged reefs, ideal for fishing. The beaches, which boarder the region, offer the visitor an array of spectacular colors. Intense blues and subtle hues combine to form almost a natural work of art.  See more here

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The Dominican Republic has a wide variety of national parks stretching from one coast to the other. The most visited are the Eastern Park, with the most prevalent species being the sea grape and bayahonda, as well as caoba; Los Haitises, is externally made of hills, corridors and valleys, and internally has caves, some with the same dimensions as those on the coast; Isla Cabritos, Armando Bermúdez, Cueva de las Maravillas, Jaragua, and José del Carmen Ramírez. See more here
Dominican Republic has a lot of to offer to their tourists. Visiting Dominican Republic is a life time experience throughout its rural tourism, ecotourism, beaches, great vacations on the beach, golf courts, well known cities like Puerto Plata, Samana, Santo Domingo, Santiago, Barahona and much more. It has an original cosine. Tourists can enjoy its national and regional parks with their amazing mountains, surfing and sport areas. Travelers can find the embassies for its visa and have a great weekend destination to the Dominican Republic.
Why Dominican Republic? Tourist Information
How to Arrive at the Dominican Republic? Hotels, Theaters, Restaurants
What to do in the Dominican Republic? Maps of the Dominican Republic
Tourism Zones Embassies and Consulates abroad
Ecotourism - Natinal Parks, Ecotourism Axis, Saona Island Lodging and Tourism Zones
Cultural Tourism in Santo Domingo Tourism Statistics