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Cheap flights to Dominican Republic

Reasons To Visit Dominican Republic

The Caribbean nation of the Dominican Republic offers many exciting things to do for travelers whether it’s exploring its untouched natural landscape, enjoying the vibrancy of its capital or spending a day relaxing on the beach. If you are looking for a coastal getaway then you may consider visiting the east coast of the country where you will find many of its finest resorts and features, or if you’re looking for somewhere a little more unspoiled to then you can head down to the south of the country. Be sure to set aside some time to explore the capital Santo Domingo, best known for its immaculately preserved old city center. Along with its many heritage sights, most of the country’s best cultural institutions are located in the city and you will also find many vibrant street markets, restaurants and cafés to take in the atmosphere.

Where to stay in Dominican Republic: Ratings and booking information for hotels and resorts in Santo Domingo and across the country for every budget

Arriving In Dominican Republic

The busiest airport in the Dominican Republic is Punta Cana International Airport, while the country is also served by Las Americas International Airport just outside the capital Santo Domingo as well as Cibao International Airport and Gregorio Luperon International Airport. If you are looking to travel from the UAE to the Dominican Republic, you will not be able to make the journey directly. However, there are a few flight options available where you will only need to make a single flight transfer, so it is conveniently possible to journey without much hassle. While Punta Cana International Airport and Las Americas International Airport offer plenty of amenities and services such as restaurants, cafés and shops, if you are arriving at any of the other airports in the country you may find only the essentials.

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Dominican Republic Travel Information

A number of nationals including those from the UAE will be able to obtain a tourist visa upon arrival, so there’s no need to worry about arranging for a visa before your journey. In the Dominican Republic the weather is consistently warm throughout the year with average highs of between 27 to 31 degrees annually. The dryer period of the year falls between December and April when temperatures are also a little cooler, while rainfall can pick up from May all the way through until November. Remember that the Dominican Republic is eight hours behind the UAE, so you might need to make an adjustment to your sleeping habits if you want to avoid the jet lag.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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