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Is Dominican Republic safe?

Is Dominican Republic safe?

The Dominican Republic is a generally safe country for tourists : most tourists stay in hotels and resorts on the East side of the island, where the only major risk… Read more »

Weekend in Santo Domingo

Weekend in Santo Domingo

Dominican Republic, the beautiful and diverse Caribbean island, is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the Caribbean area. Santo Domingo is the capital of this sun-blessed country and… Read more »

Dominican Professional Baseball League

Dominican Professional Baseball League

Baseball is the most popular sport in the Dominican Republic. It is a major sport in the country, and was introduced in the late-19th century in the city of San Pedro de Macorís by… Read more »

Bayahibe

Bayahibe

Bayahibe is a lovely fishing village located on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic. Founded in 1874 by Juan Brito and his family, Bayahibe went from being only a… Read more »

The Law of CONFOTUR

The Law of CONFOTUR

The Dominican Republic has become one of the main destinations in the Caribbean not only for travelers who love the beaches and the Caribbean sun but also for investors or… Read more »

Constanza

Constanza

Boasting an average elevation of 1,200 meters (4,000 feet), Constanza is the highest altitude town in the Caribbean region. With those impressive heights come cool temperatures, rolling valleys blanketed in… Read more »

Puerto Plata

Puerto Plata

The birthplace of tourism in the Dominican Republic, Puerto Plata continues to pack a mighty punch. Its spectacular, sprawling landscape combines sea, mountains, lush valleys, rivers, and a multitude of… Read more »

Dominican Residency

Dominican Residency

As a foreign national, you are either a “nonresident” or “resident.” Nonresidents are those who intend to stay in the country for a limited time for a particular purpose such… Read more »

Las Terrenas

Las Terrenas

The most visited and developed part of Samaná, Las Terrenas, is a perfect mix between a dream seaside village and a cosmopolitan city.  Its seafront offers a multitude of splendid… Read more »

The Dominican Republic Is the perfect place to live

The Dominican Republic Is the perfect place to live

The Dominican Republic is one of the better known countries and territories in the Caribbean, and also one that draws quite a large number of expats. It shares the island… Read more »

Inheritance tax

Inheritance tax

In the country of the Dominican Republic, the age to make a will is 18 years old. You can have a attorney to help you make a will but it… Read more »

Cabarete

Cabarete

Cabarete is a village located on the northwest coast (the Amber Coast) in the Dominican Republic, in the province of Puerto Plata . It is approximately 40 km from the city of Puerto Plata , between Sosua and San… Read more »

Best Way To Clean Your Golf Clubs

Best Way To Clean Your Golf Clubs

Cleanliness is an essential thing in daily life. Just like we take care of the purity of our bodies, we should do it for all our possessions. We should have… Read more »

Pirates in Samana

Pirates in Samana

The Spaniards made little use of Samaná harbor for the first two centuries of their rule, paving the way for pirates to take advantage of the narrow Samaná Channel and… Read more »

Getting a driving license in Dominican Republic

Getting a driving license in Dominican Republic

You can use your home driver’s license for up to 3 months from when you arrive. In case you plan to stay longer, you should obtain a Dominican driver’s license…. Read more »

Hotels Directory in the Dominican Republic

Hotels Directory in the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic has long been a favorite Caribbean escape for its plethora of accommodation options attracting countless celebrities, sports personalities, and adventurous travelers. In fact, the country boasts the… Read more »

El Pico Duarte

El Pico Duarte

Pico Duarte is 3,087 meters above sea level, it is the highest point in the Antilles. It is located in the central mountain range, which is a mountain chain in the… Read more »

Public transport in the Dominican Republic

Public transport in the Dominican Republic

The inter-country infrastructure is well developed with most towns and tourist destinations connected via a large network of roads to the whole country. In the Dominican Republic you will come… Read more »

Barahona

Barahona

The deep southwest of the Dominican Republic, dubbed “El Sur Profundo,” is geographically removed from the country’s primary tourist destinations – but those who get closer will find that remoteness… Read more »

Banks in the Dominican Republic

Banks in the Dominican Republic

There are 17 different financial institutions and banks in the Dominican Republic.They include commercial banks, mortgage banks, state-owned banks, and savings and loans institutions. Banco Central de la República Dominicana (BCRD) is… Read more »

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