Expert Travel Advice to Dominican Republic

Top Answers To Dominican Republic Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Some resorts require that patrons be 18 to check-in, and others require that you be 21. Your best bet is to call the resort that interests you, and find out their policy. Outside magazine offers some suggestions in this article: http://bit.ly/b5EFMD
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Children should always be supervised when visiting the beach - even the best swimmers can experience currents that are difficult to manage. As for Puerto Plata accommodations, be sure to check out http://bit.ly/fEQW1h
  • CaribbeanMaven answered:
    Hi Dimitar, assuming you are flying into the newish international airport near Samana, El Catey Samana Airport (AZS), then I'd say just take a cab to the resort. It's only a six-mile drive along highway 5 so shouldn't cost too much (check with the driver on the likely fare before you set off!). U.S. and Canadian tourists typically have a longer trek from near Santo Domingo, but you're in luck if you can fly into Samana.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Yes you need a passport to go there. Hotels do have kitchens where you can store food. The storm season is over the summer.

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