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Source: Hotel – Downtown Sosua
One of the most colorful traditions of Dominicans is Carnival, which runs from February to March and is celebrated in the streets of many local villages, towns and cities. The color devilish masks – accompanied by the satirical, the grotesque, and images of daily lives and a world of imaginary figures, are essential to the […]
Source: February Ushers in Dominican Carnival Season
Fathom, Carnival Corp.’s new cruise line focusing on voluntourism, has announced four additional social impact activities in the Dominican Republic.
Source: Fathom Announces Four New Social Impact Activities in the Dominican Republic – Fathom – Cruise Critic
We take a look at the Aman’s latest opening, a clifftop golf retreat on the Dominican Republic’s Green Coast
Source: Amanera, Dominican Republic – in pictures
The Dominican Republic is the fastest-growing economy in the Americas, with the Caribbean country reporting 7% growth in GDP for 2015. An increase in tourist arrivals, rising foreign remittances, and low oil prices are the factors fueling the economy, according to the country’s central bank.
Source: Dominican Republic Has Fastest Growing Economy in LatAm
The 32-year-old actress definitely looked excited to be on holiday in the Dominican Republic as she shared a photo of herself on Instagram as she posed while jumping for joy on Tuesday.
Source: Lupita Nyong’o jumps for joy in a red one-piece swimsuit in Dominican Republic | Daily Mail Online
Samaná Bay is nearly taken over by humpback whales to mate and breed in the Dominican Republic mammals sanctuary. The season goes from January 15 to March 31, so don’t miss out on a whale-watching tour.
Source: Events for January 2016 | Dominican Republic Has it all
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, July 10, 2014 /Nassau News Live/ — Dominican Republic’s breathtaking coastline and rich culture set the stage for romance in the upcoming two-part season finale of ABC’s romance reality series The Bachelorette. The country’s stunning destinations of Punta Cana and La Romana will serve as the backdrop for the Bachelorette, Andi Dorfman, and her final suitors as their journey comes to an end. The first episode of the two-part finale will air on Monday, July 14, with the second episode to air Monday, July 28, both from 8:00–10:00 p.m. ET on ABC.
To celebrate, the Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism invites you to enter for a chance to experience the breath-taking beauty of the country and win a romantic getaway for two to the luxurious Paradisus Punta Cana resort on Dominican Republic’s sophisticated east coast. The prizewinner will receive an eight-day / seven-night stay at the all-inclusive Paradisus Punta Cana to relive the romance and adventure portrayed on the season finale. To enter, fans can visit the GoDominicanRepublic Facebook page beginning July 14th at
via ABC’s Hit Romance Reality Series The Bachelorette Sets The Scene For Love In Dominican Republic | Nassau News Live.
Dominican Republic leads in Caribbean tourism arrivals – Baltimore Post-Examiner.
The undisputed king of Caribbean tourism, the Dominican Republic consistently attracts more visitors to its shores than any other country in the region. In 2012, the D.R. — a popular destination known for its low prices and friendly people — saw a 7 percent growth in arrivals, reaching over five million.
Not content with that number, the Dominican government recently boosted the annual budget of its Ministry of Tourism by $61 million in order to reach the ambitious goal set by President Danilo Medina: 10 million tourists a year within 10 years.
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