The best of the Dominican Republic
October 30, 2013 | By Travel Bug |
Let the sun-filled flavour of the Dominican mango lead you through the most diverse and fertile island in all the Caribbean, which grows, farms and catches almost everything that’s served on dinner tables everywhere, from tropical fruits, to organic cocoa, fresh seafood and rich Dominican coffee.
Explore the possibilities whether you’re loving the sun on the perfect beaches of Punta Cana, kite surfing in Cabarete near Puerto Plata, whale watching in Samana or catching some culture in Santo Domingo while vacationing in beautiful La Romana.
Multiple non-stop flights, excellent hotels including the all-inclusive Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts and exciting excursions to keep you going.
That’s Air Canada Vacations. That’s your brighter Dominican Republic.
Non-stop flights to Dominican Republic
- Fly to Punta Cana from Halifax, Montréal, Ottawa or Toronto
- Fly to Puerto Plata from Halifax, Montréalor Ottawa
- Fly to Samana from Halifax, Montréal or Toronto
- Fly to La Romana from Toronto
- Over 800,000 children play organized baseball in the Dominican Republic.
- The Dominican Republic is credited with creating and developing Merengue,
- a fast-paced rhythmic dance music.
- The Dominican Republic is known as the “breadbasket of the Caribbean” because it grows, farms or catches almost all of its food.
- Novembre 25°C – 30°C
- Spanish is the official language.
- 110-120 Volts (same as Canada)
- Dominican peso (DOP). The US dollar is also generally accepted.
- Los Haitises National Park, in Samana, with beautiful islands and mangroves.
- Local cuisine is a combination of Spanish, Taíno, and African influences.