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Covid-19 vaccination picture shows ampoule and needle.

“If I have been vaccinated in the DR, do I need to be tested in order to travel back home?” The answer is: Yes, you do. Although you may have[…]

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The sign indicates the measures the Dominican Republic takes against the spreadof the corona virus including a nightly curfew.

The nightly curfew regulations have further been relaxed by the Dominican government. Covid-19 curfew hours had been stiffened during the Easter holidays, though will return afterwards to the following hours[…]

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Watching two whales breaching in the bay of Samana, Dominican Republic.

Each year, hundreds of humpback whales come from the Northern Atlantic to the warm waters of the Dominican Republic to mate, birth and nurse their calves. They can be watched[…]

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What should travellers currently expect when arriving to the country by international flight? Dominican airports are open again for international travel since 1 July. Here a brief overview on the[…]

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The NGO Global Coralition has started its new art project to protect marine life: The 14-feet tall sculpture of Atabey, the MotherEarth Spirit in Taino mythology, will be the first[…]

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On July 1st, Punta Cana Airport in the Dominican Republic resumed operations after being shut down for more than three months due to the closure of the country’s borders because[…]

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IIC Language School is proud to partner with former Boston Red Sox-player Hugh Baver and The Pitch Sosua to support local baseball talents in the pursuit of their dreams. We[…]

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The Dominican Government holds on to its plan to open airports on July 1st. This corresponds to the 4th phase of the government’s reopening plan (“Fase 4” ). Infection rates[…]