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The most commonly spoken language is Spanish.

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The mountain of Pico Duarte is the highest peak in the Caribbean islands.


Dominican Peso

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There are two peak seasons in the Dominican Republic, during the summer months of July and August and again around December and January. The rainy season falls between May and October but with year-round warmth, it is the perfect location to grab some winter sun.
There are some great family <a href='' title='hotels in Santo Domingo' target='_blank'>hotels in Santo Domingo</a>, the capital of Dominican Republic and its largest city. The Colonial City, where the first European settlers lived, is full of winding, narrow streets to explore. Kids will love the Chu Chu Colonial train that takes you on a tour of the architectural delights dating back to the 16th century. For relaxation, spend some time in the National Botanical Garden, the biggest in the Caribbean.If it’s a beach holiday you’re after, find a <a href='' title='hotel at Punta Cana' target='_blank'>hotel at Punta Cana</a> on the east coast. You’ll find some 48 kilometres of fine white sands, including one of the country’s most admired beaches, Playa Bavaro. There are entertainment centres and waterparks for children, and you can see the rich marine life while snorkelling or diving. It’s also a golfer’s paradise, with 10 courses along the strip.For adventure seekers, stay in a hotel in Cabarete on the north coast. It’s a popular place for windsurfing and kiteboarding, thanks to the unrivalled winds and waves. Inland at the edge of the village are the Cabarete Caves, forming part of El Choco National Park, where you can see relics of the island’s original inhabitants.Nature-loving couples will want to stay in a <a href='' title='hotel in Samana' target='_blank'>hotel in Samana</a>, a peninsula on the north coast. Relatively unknown, the area is quiet and relaxing with some stunning natural sights. Take a horseback ride through the forest to see the spectacular El Limon Waterfall, or trek through the stunning Los Haitises National Park.
We have over 400 hotels and apartments for you to choose from and our huge variety of options make it easy to find somewhere that suits your needs. You can also book flights to the exotic island and we can help with transfers when you arrive so that everything goes smoothly from the start of your holiday.

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