Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic Travel Guide

Articles about Dominican Republic

By Erika Owen
TripAdvisor just unleashed its new Vacation Value Report, thereby unveiling the 10 most-searched destinations across the web. Even better: the travel site also shared the best dates to travel for the best deals. Each of the destinations comes w...
By Katie James

From pink-sand beaches to lush mountain landscapes, all-inclusive resorts to under-the-radar inns, the Caribbean has something for everyone—and more than 700 islands from which to choose. Overwhelmed? That's where this tell-all guide comes in handy.

By Brandon Presser
Four small hotels that let you live large. Montpelier Plantation & Beach, Nevis This elegant Relais & Châteaux hideaway in the mountains, which also has a seaside club, has been drawing the in-crowd for years. And it’s more stylish than ever...
By Gabrielle Blitz
By Nicola McCormack

So many beaches, so little vacation time: here’s where to leave your footprints in the sand this year.

Hotels in Dominican Republic

In Santo Domingo’s beautifully preserved colonial zone, you’ll find this 16th-century hotel. The 104 spacious rooms channel old-world romance with high ceilings, solid wood beds topped by snowy white duvets, and shutters on the windows.

Restaurants in Dominican Republic

A time-honored restaurant in the Zona Colonial (Colonial Zone), Mesón d'Bari serves fresh regional fare in a restored, two-story house. Inside, the restaurant contains brick archways, white-clothed tables, and large, for-sale paintings by local artists.

Things to do in Dominican Republic

Cabarete, on the North Shore of the Dominican Republic, is known as the surfing capital of the Caribbean; it's also an ideal location for kiteboarding and windsurfing.