Dominican Republic destinations

The Dominican Republic is the top travel destination in the Caribbean. Travelers love the country for its year round weather, great beaches, world class excursions and golfing, and affordability. While there are many must see cities in the Dominican Republic, including Samana, Puerto Plata, and the capital Santo Domingo,

About the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is an island nation, comprising the eastern 2/3 of the island of Hispaniola – which it shares with the country of Haiti. It is the #1 tourist destination in the Caribbean, and for good reason. The country has a little bit of everything, from some of

Modern Day Comforts In Santo Domingo

Americans planning a trip to the Dominican Republic are often given all kinds of advice on what to and not to do upon arrival. Advice columns are filled with cautionary tales advising travelers not to drink the water from the tap, and where to and not to go in

Why Dominican Republic Airport Transfers Are Important

If you are a visitor to the Dominican Republic, it is likely that the first person you meet here in the country will be the driver of your transfer from the airport to the destination of your choice. Though you will undoubtedly come into contact with plenty of friendly

Whale Watching In Samana

One of the wonders of the world is the flora and fauna that this magnificent planet produces. With millions of varieties of plants and animals, it can be hard to choose which is the most awe inspiring. Of course the big predators come to mind, lions, tigers, and bears.

What To Do In Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic

Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic is the country’s second largest city. It is centered in center-north of the country, about two hours north of the capital Santo Domingo, and an hour south of Puerto Plata. Santiago has gotten a bit of a bad rap as being boring. While

Is The Dominican Republic Safe? An American Perspective

When coming to the Dominican Republic, most people want to know one thing  is it safe? There have been a few stories of foreigners having problems here. Because of these isolated incidences the country has earned a bit of a reputation, along with many Latin American countries. When I

Boca Chica – The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

I just returned from a day at Boca Chica beach, and I thought it would be good to write a quick blog post about it. There has been a lot said and written about Boca Chica. Locals seem to either love the beach or hate it. There does not