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Dominican Republic vacation rentals

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Apartment in Santo Domingo
Cozy& Modern 10 FL Piantini Pool Roof & Sea Views
You will love my place, your place Exclusive 10 th floor apartment with spectacular terrace and views of the sea & the city, Comfortable, bright,clean, well furnished and newly one bedroom,in a great location It,ll makes you to feel at home inmediatly Social Area on the roof top with Magnificient wiews of the Caribbean,infinity pool,gym,cinema Close to Lincoln Av,where the restaurants,Malls(Agora Blue Mall)bars,pharmacies, supermarkets, banks are. I rent Jeep Chevrolet Trax 2017 full insurance, 65 usd per day
$73 per night
Apartment in Santo Domingo
🌇PANO360〽️Studio🌃 @ Downtown SD ▪️Rooftop▪️HotTub▪️LUX
Live the experience of a Panoramic 360 Views of the sea, mountains and city of Santo Domingo in a Luxury Studio apartment in the heart of the City enjoying a relaxed atmosphere with Hot Tub included. The PANO Studio apartment is a Designer property with very high end decoration that make you have a different experience of Santo Domingo, It is an amazing & comfortable apartment with access to all main venues and only minutes away from Supermarkets , Shopping Centers, Restaurants and much more.
$134 per night
Hut in Bavaro
Hut #1 Romantic Luxury Beachfront
We have 3 cabins on the same property. Cabin with luxury details, with a thatched roof surrounded by palm trees and sand. Spend your days sunbathing on a Jacuzzi terrace or private beach, mesmerized by the blue horizon. Luxury furniture in handcrafted wood, quality and design. We personally deliver the house explaining all its uses. Breakfast is included in cabinets and a refrigerator for elavores to your liking. Starlink Wifi, bicycles, barbecue, beach games, cheilones, etc...
$154 per night
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Your guide to Dominican Republic

All About Dominican Republic

Surrounded by turquoise waters, the island nation of the Dominican Republic contains lush rainforests, some of the highest mountain peaks in the Caribbean, and picturesque historic cities. The country, which occupies two-thirds of the island of Hispaniola (the other third belongs to Haiti), is lapped by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Caribbean Sea to the south, and its beautiful beaches are one of the biggest draws here.

Along Punta Cana’s coconut palm-lined shores — one of the longest white sand coastlines in the Caribbean — you’ll find a recreated 16th-century Mediterranean city and a natural reserve filled with shady, blue-green lagoons. At Cabarete Beach in Puerto Plata, you can try your hand at kitesurfing or windsurfing among some of the best waves on the island. Or explore the protected natural paradise of Bahia de las Aguilas, where the shallow crystalline waters lap the pure white sand against sheer, rugged cliff faces inside the Jaragua National Park, which is a protected UNESCO World Heritage site. The capital, Santo Domingo, was the first European-built city in the Americas. Here, you can browse the Museum of Natural History and the Memorial Museum of the Dominican Resistance, which commemorates those who resisted against Dominican dictator Trujillo, as well as the Calle El Conde, a pedestrian street lined with restored colonial buildings that now house restaurants, cafes, and shops.

One of the best ways to experience the country’s culture is through its food. The national dish is La Bandera Dominicana, which is rice and beans with stewed chicken, and is found in comedores (local restaurants) all over the country. Mangú, mashed green plantains with sautéed red onions, is a favorite for breakfast.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic benefits from a warm Caribbean climate year-round, so any time is a great time to enjoy a stay at one of the many vacation rentals around the country. Summer is the warmest and rainiest season, with humidity at its highest from April to October. You can expect very warm days, and the chance of short, intense rainstorms. Festival de Merengue is the biggest summer festival here, which celebrates the country’s national music. December through March are the coolest months, but you can still expect plenty of daytime sunshine for enjoying the beach. In mountainous areas, temperatures can be quite cold, so if you’re visiting places like Jarabacoa and Constanza make sure you bring layers. In February, Carnival takes over the Dominican Republic, and San Domingo hosts the country’s liveliest celebrations with a street party every Sunday.

Top things to do in Dominican Republic

Zona Colonial (Colonial City)

Zona Colonial, originally founded in 1496, is in Santo Domingo and was the first city built by Spaniards when they arrived. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site for being one of the most beautiful cities in the Caribbean, Zona Colonial comprises three beautiful cobblestoned streets surrounded by a walled perimeter. Buildings from the 16th century are still standing and can be explored, including the first fortress of the Americas, the country’s first cathedral, and its first university. When you’re done with a self-guided tour here, stroll along Calle El Conde, which is lined with shops and outdoor restaurants.


Head to the foot of the Dominican Alps to the mountain town of Jarabacoa, where you’ll find lush forests and a series of beautiful waterfalls. From the town, you can drive to individual falls, or you could do a full day hike to three of the most beautiful ones — Jimenoa Waterfall, Baiguate Waterfall, and Salto Secreto Waterfall. All offer spectacular scenery, and the chance for a refreshing swim.

Hoyo Azul (The Blue Hole)

Just outside Punta Cana, you’ll find the spectacular Hoyo Azul Lagoon, also known as the Blue Hole. This natural pool is a sinkhole located at the base of a cliff with the most amazing crystal-clear blue waters. To get there, you’ll need to walk for about 30 minutes through a tropical forest, and then take stairs down into a cave. You can swim in the lagoon and even zipline across it.

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