The Dominican Republic is a country full of diversity. From the beaches and resorts in Punta Cana to the ancient ruins in Santo Domingo, there's something for everyone.

The Dominican Republic is the perfect vacation destination for those looking to get away from it all. This island country offers something for everyone, including romance, family, shopping, spas and adventure, as well as Carnival and golf.


For romance seekers, there are plenty of options: Take your sweetheart on a jeep tour through the mountains, or head to one of the many resorts that offer couples massages and private cabanas. The country’s natural beauty and friendly people make it the perfect spot for romance!

A couple sitting on a swing together by the ocean in the Dominican Republic
A mother and daughter playing in the sand in the Dominican Republic


For families, there’s no shortage of activities. The country offers an assortment of kid-friendly attractions including museums and amusement parks. Plus, there are plenty of places where parents can relax while their children run wild!


The Dominican Republic is also an excellent choice for shoppers looking for an affordable luxury vacation: You’ll find everything from high-end boutiques to local street markets that sell everything from handmade jewelry to hand-knitted sweaters.

People shopping on Saona Island in the Dominican Republic
Spa massage in the Dominican Republic


Dominican Republic is home to some of the most luxurious spas in the world. From lavish day spas to high-end retreats, there’s something for every discerning traveler. And with a Caribbean backdrop and white-sand beaches as far as the eye can see, you’re sure to feel relaxed and refreshed after your stay.

The island’s most popular spots for spa treatments include Punta Cana, Samana Peninsula, La Romana and Puerto Plata. With so many options available, there’s no reason not to indulge yourself when visiting this beautiful country!


The beaches of Punta Cana are among the most beautiful in the world. There are hundreds of miles of white sand beaches that offer plenty of space for sunbathing or swimming. The water is warm enough to swim year round, making this a great place to go when it’s cold at home.

Divers will love diving through coral reefs in the waters off Saona Island or swimming with dolphins at Cabarete Beach.

There are so many things to do here that you’ll never be bored! Take a tour through one of the many caves found throughout the country or take a walk along one of its many rivers and streams. You can also visit one of many museums or parks located within each city’s limits.

If you’re feeling adventurous consider visiting one of the nearby islands such as Puerto Rico or Cuba. These two countries offer amazing scenery along with great food and drinks! 

Two people adventuring in the Dominican Republic
Merengue and Bachata music and dancing Dominican Republic


One of the most celebrated events in the Dominican Republic is Carnival, which takes place every year during Lent. It is filled with music, dancing, and colorful costumes. The main purpose of the festival is to celebrate the ending of Lent and welcome springtime.

The festival lasts for two weeks and features parades, costumes and music. The highlight of Carnival is Merengue Day on February 27th when people all over the country dress up in colorful costumes and dance to this energetic dance music throughout the day.

During Carnival, people dance in the streets with colorful costumes, music, and lots of confetti! There are many parties throughout the country where people go to enjoy themselves by dancing and listening to live music. Many people also dress up in costumes for this festival because it’s all about having fun!

Many people attend these parties with family or friends because it’s a great way to socialize with others while expressing yourself creatively through your costume choice!

Dominican Republic Carnivals:

  • Santo Domingo Carnaval (January 6-11)
  • Carnaval de Santiago (February 3-7)
  • Carnaval de la Vega (February 24 – March 2)

The Dominican Republic is well known for having the best golf courses in the Caribbean and Latin America.

Golfers will find a growing list of first-class golf courses designed by the most renowned architects including Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones Sr., Gary Player, Tom Fazio, Nick Price and Greg Norman in the Dominican Republic.

The impressive landscapes with exotic palm trees alongside striking mountains and sunbathed fairways are the ideal setting for playing on the most distinguished, unique golf courses in the world.

Golf Courses

Hard Rock Golf Club at Cana Bay (18 holes)

Punta Blanca Golf Club (18 holes)

Punta Espada Golf Club (18 holes)

The Lakes Barceló Golf Course (18 holes)

Iberostate Bávaro Golf Club (18 holes)

Cabeza de Toro Golf Club (9 holes)
Caribe Golf Club (18 holes)

Cocotal Golf & Country Club (27 holes)

Corales Golf Club (18 holes) 
La Cana Golf Club (27 holes)

Dye Fore (27 holes) 
The Links (18 holes) 
Teeth of The Dog (18 holes) 
La Romana Country Club* (27 holes)

Ocean’s 4 (18 holes)

Guavaberry Golf & Country Club (18 holes)

Los Marlins Golf Course (18 holes)

Bella Vista Golf Club (9 holes)

Jarabacoa Golf Club (9 holes)

Las Aromas Golf Club (18 holes)

Los Mangos Golf Course (9 holes)
Playa Dorada Golf Club (18 holes)

Playa Grande Golf & Ocean Club (18 holes)

*Private clubs require you be accompanied by a member to play

Convention centre in the Dominican Republic

Meetings, Incentives, Conventions & Exhibitions

As far as conferences, meetings, incentives and events are concerned, the Dominican Republic breaks all attendance records. Besides enjoying an excellent climate all year round, the country has a wide range of exclusive international quality accommodation options with modern infrastructures, a wide range of destinations and state-of-the-art technology to ensure the success and authenticity of the event.

Why should you stage MICE events in the Dominican Republic?

● Accessibility by plane thanks to 8 international airports and hundreds of daily flights from all over the world.

● Easy entry conditions for most travellers; only a passport with a minimum validity of the duration of their stay is required to enter the country.

● More than 83,000 rooms, exclusive hotel chains boasting international quality standards and a wide range of infrastructure to suit all budgets.

● Modern facilities for meetings with rooms which are appropriate for large, medium and small groups, with highly trained staff and the latest technical equipment.

● Destination management companies (DMCs) hold international certifications from the industry, local knowledge and experience in designing unforgettable programs at a high professional level.

● Multilingual staff; services are provided in Spanish, English, French, German, Italian and other languages.

The Dominican Republic is a paradise for lovers, families, shoppers, spa-goers, adventurers and golfers alike; the possibilities are endless.

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