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Maíz, tobaco, hamaca – the words of dead languages continue to live in other languages. The language of the Tainos has been considered extinct since the mid-16th century. Nevertheless, many[…]

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A new study highlights the importance of the coral reefs in the Dominican Republic for the income of the country in general and also calls attention to all sectors benefited[…]

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“Semana Santa” is the week before Easter. Dominicans like to celebrate that week with family and friends. So thousands of people flock to the refreshing rivers or to the beaches[…]

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February is the month of carnival in the Dominican Republic, filling the streets with the vibrant colors of ornately worked costumes, masks, and lots of Merengue and Bachata music. Parades[…]

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You like to visit one of the big Carnival parades or Merengue and Bachata Music Festivals, enjoy the Flamboyant bloom, pick a fresh mango from the tree or watch the[…]

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Winter season 2018/19 takes off with a couple of surprises for Sosua travelers from Europe. TUIfly Belgium (former JetAir) now offers great deals for their new flights from Brussels (BRU)[…]

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Dominican cooking, BBQ at the school, dance classes, playing domino or beach volleyball, learning how to surf or go scuba diving, visiting the over 500-year old Colonial zone or the[…]

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What is the currency of the Dominican Republic? What other currencies are accepted? Are there ATM machines? Can I pay with credit card? And what are the living costs in[…]

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14 places and things not miss when travelling to the Dominican Republic. Video of the Rough Guides Travel guide – a very nice selection. And there is so much more[…]