Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic Travel Guide

Articles about Dominican Republic

By Nate Storey
Just 29 years old, Jassil Villanueva Quintana is the youngest Maestros Roneros (master of rum) in the world. In addition to skillfully navigating an industry dominated by guys, she carries on the Brugal family legacy at the distillery in Puerto Pl...
By Jacqueline Gifford
Cirque du Soleil, a circus-style spectacle populated by a troupe of 1,300 performers from over 50 countries, has gained millions of followers around the globe with its stunts. And now it’s expanding the brand’s footprint by opening a facility in t...
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

Hotels in Dominican Republic

Known for conjuring romantic vibes, this all-inclusive resort is plucked straight from the Colonial era. Guests can meander through coconut groves, or trace the Caribbean on the 30-mile stretch of white-sand beach.

Restaurants in Dominican Republic

A meal at La Yola, located right on the Caribbean, replicates the feel of al fresco dining on a yola, or small fishing boat, except in a more elegant style.

Things to do in Dominican Republic

If you can tear yourself away from the cruising teenagers on Puerto Plata's neighboring boardwalk, pop into this colonial fort, built to protect precious metal–rich Puerto Plata from 16th-century pirates.