Pristine white beaches, calm turquoise waters and fabulous scenery are the natural ingredients that make Dominican Republic holidays so popular. This Caribbean island offers year round warm weather so is popular every month of the year, although between November and March is probably the most popular time to visit.
The north of the island is served by Puerto Plata airport and popular resorts include Playa Dorada and Cabarete. The north of the island offers some wonderful hotels and amazing natural surroundings like verdant jungles and scenic mountains. The beaches are excellent too however as it is the Atlantic Ocean that laps the shores the water tends to be cooler than the beaches lapped by the Caribbean Sea to the South of Dominican Republic. Punta Cana airport serves the south of the island and offers more flights from UK airports so most visitors on Dominican Republic holidays fly into Punta Cana & stay in one of the nearby resorts. Again the hotels and facilities are excellent against a backdrop of fantastic natural scenery.
Dominican Republic holidays are perfect for those looking for a relaxing Caribbean break. Fantastic beaches, wonderful weather, friendly locals, stunning scenery and quality hotels and facilities all combine to make Dominican Republic holidays a popular choice with visitors year after year. Book the best holiday in 2017 and 2018 today.
There are many things to see and do on Dominican Republic holidays apart from simply relaxing on the beaches sipping cocktails. Cool off from topping up the tan and enjoy some of the watersports available from wind surfing to jet skiing the facilities are excellent. Why not explore the under water world and spend time snorkelling around the coastline or take a dive boat out and explore a wreck and discover the real truth of the pirates of the Caribbean.
Visitors on Dominican Republic holidays who are interested in Golf can enjoy one of the 25 superb golf courses on the island designed by greats such as Jack Nicklaus. Excellent courses set in stunning scenery makes the Dominican Republic very popular with Golf enthusiasts.
For those interested in the history and culture of Dominican Republic then there are numerous monuments and sites of significance, Santa Domingo is a particularly popular excursion to learn more about the Dominican Republic away from the beach resorts.
Music and dance are a popular part of the culture of Dominican Republic. Here live bands play bachata and merengue music which is similar to salsa and Latin jazz. As the sun sets the beat and rhythm of the island pull the crowds into the clubs to dance the night away.
Dominican Republic holidays allow you to do as much or as little as you choose in a naturally stunning setting with glorious weather.