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The Dominican Republic might be famed for its talcum-white sands and swaying palm trees, but this video digs a little deeper. You’ll discover crumbling castles and pastel-painted towns that buzz with the beat of traditional merengue music. All the more reason to choose this Caribbean country for your next long-haul holiday…

Holidays to the Dominican Republic showcase the Caribbean at its finest. We’re talking a hotchpotch of powdery beaches, jade-green waters, jungle-covered countryside, and old-fashioned towns daubed in the colours of a Crayola tin. And there are nods to the country’s Spanish colonial past wherever you turn. Take a trip to the capital, Santo Domingo, where you’ll be greeted by the tower of the 16th-century Ozama Fortress. Venture into any local bar or restaurant, and you’ll soon be hip-wiggling to traditional salsa and merengue rhythms. Where the Dominican Republic has moved with the times, though, it’s left cut-above-the-rest hotels, PGA-standard golf courses, and lively city centres in its wake.

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Flying to Dominica
Accomodation in Dominica
Booking.com
Currency: Peso US$1 = DOP46
Credit cards & travelers checks are generally accepted.
US Dollars are not widely accepted.

Languages Spoken: English & Créole

Electricity: 115volts. 60 AC.

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