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  • Mobile phones in the Dominican RepublicMobile phones in the Dominican Republic
    What are your options? More providers means more competition in the mobile market, and more choice for you. Mobile coverage is good – Orange claim to have reception in 95% of... …
  • 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... …
  • Hotels Directory in the Dominican RepublicHotels 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... …
  • Las TerrenasLas 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... …
  • Doctors, dentists, pharmacies and emergenciesDoctors, dentists, pharmacies and emergencies
    Everything you need to know Dentists and specialist doctors are easy to find in the Dominican Republic and you’ll find pharmacies practically everywhere. In case of an emergency, make sure... …
  • Working from home in ParadiseWorking from home in Paradise
    With the global pandemic, the way we work and live has forced us all to adapt over the past few months. As companies have switched to a combination of onsite and remote “working from home” options, Punta Cana... …
  • Boca de YumaBoca de Yuma
    Less than an hour south of Punta Cana, Boca de Yuma offers a daytime escape to a scenic Dominican fishing village. Boasting panoramic cliff top views, it has often been... …
  • Cocotal Golf & Country ClubCocotal Golf & Country Club
    The Cocotal Golf & Country Club residential complex is a beautiful and safe place for vacations or tourist rentals in Punta Cana. Located within the Meliá Hotels golf course, it... …
  • Puerto Plata Cable Car RidePuerto Plata Cable Car Ride
    Built in 1973 and restored in 1999, it is available to all Dominicans and tourists, the only cable car in the entire country and the Caribbean, which takes us to... …
  • Dominican Pesos DOPDominican Pesos DOP
    All the peso notes in Dominican Republic have a thin plastic strip holding identification numbers inside to help prevent forgery.  There is a hidden image that can be seen when... …
  • Playa RincónPlaya Rincón
    Playa Rincón is considered among the ten most beautiful beaches in the world for its natural conditions, it is a very special place for nature lovers. With fine white sand and... …
  • Punta Cana changed a lot in 30 years!Punta Cana changed a lot in 30 years!
    The first hotel: Wisely changing the name of the land from Punta Borrachon (‘Drunken Point’), the investors called the land Punta Cana, after the Punta Cana Club, a local hotel.... …
  • Dominican ResidencyDominican 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... …
  • The Dominican RepublicThe Dominican Republic
    A Democratic nation with a population of over 10 million people, the Dominican Republic has a territory stretching 48,442 square kilometers (18,704 square miles).That’s just over twice the size of... …
  • MontecristiMontecristi
    The jewel of the northwest, the border province of Montecristi presents a wild and striking landscape ripe for off-the-beaten-track adventures. Rice plantations, banana fields, goats and giant cacti stand sentry... …
  • Guide to schools in the Dominican RepublicGuide to schools in the Dominican Republic
    Expats with families also have much to look forward to when moving to the Dominican Republic. There are several educational options and opportunities available for children, and although the local... …
  • ConstanzaConstanza
    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... …
  • Embassies in the Dominican RepublicEmbassies in the Dominican Republic
    Embassies in the Dominican Republic: Embassy of Germany in the Dominican Republic Phone 565-8811 / Fax (001809) 542 89 55Website: http://www.santo-domingo.diplo.deEmail: embal@verizon.net.do Address: Alemania, Apartado 1235, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic... …
  • Cacao: Origin, Properties, and BenefitsCacao: Origin, Properties, and Benefits
    On July 7th, many countries around the world celebrate “World Cacao day.” This day came to be after the French Academy of Chocolate and Confectionery reached an agreement with the... …
  • Real Estate buying processReal Estate buying process
    #1. CHOOSE A PROPERTY #2. OFFER OF PURCHASE A detailed Offer to Purchase is prepared by our agency, signed by the buyer, and then presented to vendor/developer. #3. ACCEPTED OFFER... …
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