The face of the Dominican Republic today

The Dominican Republic enjoys a unique geographical position, just a few hours from the US east coast and only 2 hours away from Panama, the hub of all Latin American countries.

Dominican Republic: Land of contrasts


Dreamy beaches, rolling hills, rivers and cascades, rice fields, tobacco plantations … The country offers a thousand and one aspects and has 16 national parks classed as natural reserves. Ecotourism is in full bloom throughout the country and its magnificent vegetation makes it an ecological paradise visited more and more by tourists from all over the world.

kite-surf Pico Duarte speleo Rafting en Jarabacoa Cascada en Jarabacoa Playa en Las Terrenas
Golf en Repdom /

Santo Domingo: Between history and modern times

Back in the days of Christopher Colombus, it was the Spanish to lay the first stone in the city of Santo Domingo giving rise to what is now know as the “Colonial City” and classed as world heritage by UNESCO. Shady parks, streets filled with colorful houses, tiny shops, remnants of the past … A stroll through the old city is a true delight.

Alcazar de Colomb Casa reales
ciudad colonial Santo Domingo Cathedral Santo Domingo
Santo Domingo Fortaleza Ozama

Santo Domingo has its modern side too with striking skyscrapers, state of the art shopping centers, the metro (the only underground railway in all the Caribbean), the university area….

A lively potpourri of history and modern times, Santo Domingo is also a way of life with its gourmet restaurants, chic bars, first class hotels and all the brand names associated with international luxury.

ovando Metro Santo Domingo Restautante / Restaurante Pat e Palo
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