The Dominican Republic is an island of stunning tropical colours and white-sand beaches, breath-taking blue waters and lush green palm trees, with a fauna and flora of an extraordinary beauty.
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Local Tip Liqui2 runs the hottest weeknight parties, where local and international DJs or bands are frequent guests
Local Tip Area Shopping Centers include Palma Real Shopping Village (across the street) and Plaza San Juan Shopping Center (just minutes away).
Imagine that you are sitting around a crowded table, enjoying a typical Dominican meal of chicken, rice, red beans with cilantro, and fried...more »
Main picture: Punta Cana Each year, thousands of tourist from around the world flock to the Dominican Republic to take in its warm sunny beaches. But many visitors end up going to just one or two...more »
The Dominican Republic is the second country with most players in the MLB after the United States. It is the official sport of our country and every...more »
This is the longest running jazz event in the Dominican Republic. It is a free multi-day festival full of rhythm, flavor, and color that each year is wrapped in the lively beach of Cabarete, but also includes presentations in other locations such as Santiago, Sosúa and Puerto Plata. Every year we present some of the best international and... more »
Some of the longest hitters in the world will come together in beautiful and majestic Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic for the 5th annual “International Long Drive Challenge - World Team Championship" at Playa Dorada Golf Club & BeLive Hotel’s Grand Marien Resort & Spa. More information www.internationallongdrivechallenge.com more »
Known as the the triathlon of wave riding, because it combines surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing and Stand Up Paddle (SUP), bringing together professionals from the DR and international athletes, specialized in these four disciplines. Days of competition and cultural activities for young audiences and families. More information... more »
"People travel to faraway places to watch, in fascination, the kind of people they ignore at home" - Dagobert D. Runes