Your Dominican Republic all inclusive will bring you to a
which is a
colourful blend of French, African, Haitian, and Spanish culture. These nationalities are interwoven together to make the
rich and deep history for a Dominican Republic all inclusive. This island is described as a lush paradise with high
mountains and beautiful river valleys, but what people go on Dominican Republic all inclusive is the beaches and the luxury. The luxury can be found in the quality of hotels in Dominican Rep.
If you are planning your Caribbean Island Holidays
, try Dominican Republic all inclusive which will make your Dominican Rep holidays worth the extra expense. The weather of the island is suitable for every person who loves the beach. Dominican Rep holidays are hot and tropical all throughout the year. The coastal areas are warmer than the island's central areas, although holidays in Dominican Republic have 2 rainy seasons. The first and heaviest occurs during the months of May
. The light rainy season lasts for two months only, starting from November
and ends in
. Even though the rainy season is when the UK traditionally holiday it does not put thousands of holiday makers every year from booking their summer holidays to Dominican Republic.
Dominican Republic holidays are filled with trips to the beach. This is because the island's beaches are considered as among the best all over the world. The eastern coast offers white sand seas dotted with palm trees. On the other hand, the northern coast is popular for Dominican Republic all inclusive holidays, the water sports and coral reefs. The beaches of south-western coast are unique with its grey-colour sand dunes. Here, you can find natural waterfalls. The strong current of the ocean provides surfers high waves and lots of fun, which is another reason to Dominican Republic holidays. When you are searching for attraction sites, there are various historical sites around the island. First, there is Fort San Felipe which is situated in Puerto Plata. It is among the first forts of Europe which are built within the Americas. Another historical site is Alcazar de Colon, which is a castle built by the son of Christopher Columbus. Some other attractions are Saona Island, a nature reserve; and Samana Bay, where dolphins and humpback whales are often seen.
When you are looking for food and entertainment on your Dominican Republic all inclusive, Santo Domingo is the right place to visit. The foods offered at the hotels here are delicious. You might want to try out the native cooking of the Dominicans. They prepare fresh seafood with their local produce like tomatoes, papaya, lettuce, passion fruit, and mangoes. Local favourites are the goat meat and pork. On the other hand, nightlife is found in hotels and nightclubs. Dominican Republic all inclusive Hotels provide shows like dancing and folk music. Salsa and meringue are among the famous dances of the island.
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