Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic is a rich, colorful, unique, and fascinating destination steeped in a rich history dating back to 1492. Enjoy the capital and many other exciting places on the island.
As history proves, a gold strike always changes power relationships between nations.
The residents are a colorful amalgamation of Taino Indians, Spanish, Africans, French and Haitians.
Ranked as one of the top and largest carnivals in the world behind Rio de Janeiro.
The plethora of indigenous foods have been used in simple, yet delicious recipe variations for generations.
The topography in the Dominican Republic encompasses some of the most breathtaking parks in the world.
Other Dominican Republic Attractions
Encompassing the Saona and Catalina islands, Casa de Campo, Bayahibe and La Romana is breathtaking.
Electricity is the same as the U.S., but there are other considerations.