Dominican Republic Travel Guide
This Caribbean island is the most visited country in the Caribbean, it occupies the eastern two-thirds of the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, the western end being Haiti.
As the Caribbean’s most geographically diverse island, from stunning mountain scenery, semi-desert areas, evocative colonial architecture and beaches galore.
Its north coast which faces the Atlantic is full of soft sanded beaches, some ideal for surfers and kite borders and others perfect for snorkeling and swimming. Its south which faces the Caribbean Sea is a mix of pebble or powdery white sand beaches.