Visit Dominican Republic


Sunrise over Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo

Photo: Mikkel Ulriksen

The Dominican Republic is home to some of the best-ranked beaches on the planet, and the inland is packed full of wild tropical forests, vibrant small towns and picturesque mountain paths just waiting to be explored.

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Once a small fishing village in the East Coast of the Dominican Republic, Bayahibe is one of fastest growing tourist destinations in the country.

Lined with palm trees and exclusive accommodation, Juan Dolio is a gorgeous beach with a feast of dining, diving and relaxing destinations all in easy walking and driving distance.
55 miles east of the busy tourist hub of Puerto Plata, Río San Juan is a coastal township that has lots to offer but has only recently started trending as a destination.
A paradise of white sand beaches, bright-turquoise shallow water, coral reefs and dolphins, Isla Saona is the number 1 boat-trip destination in the Dominican Republic.