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Founded in 1846 and recognized as the most visited destination in the Caribbean, the Dominican Republic is situated on Hispaniola, and shares the island with Haiti. Geographically diverse, the country is home to the tallest mountain peak and largest lake in the Caribbean. Music and sports are an important part of the Dominican culture, with the Merengue and Bachata the national dance and music. Baseball is the favorite sport, while year-round golf and stunning beaches add to the allure.
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Divine Destination Weddings
Granite Bay, California
Recognized as one of the most visited of the Caribbean islands, the Dominican Republic is popular for many good reasons: Diverse landscape, rich culture, exciting attractions, fun water sports, the opportunity to buy amber - the country's national gem; whale-watching, feeding the local monkeys, fun festivals, lively music, great food, the pleasure of getting to meet the warm and very friendly locals, and the opportunity to experience a true off-the-beaten-path sight: The 27 Waterfalls of Rio Damajagua located in the midst of sugarcane fields in the northern Corridor mountain range! Whether your vacation will be an active adventure or you're eager for some quality "down" time at a luxurious resort and lots of quiet time at the beach, I can make it happen.
Fox World Travel
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
For over 20 years, I've been passionate about travel and especially passionate about my favorite destination - the Dominican Republic. I've traveled to this intriguing destination many times, experienced numerous excursions and have stayed at many of the most popular and best resorts in both the Punta Cana and La Romana areas. In just the past year alone, I've crafted itineraries and helped make dreams come true for over 50 clients who vacationed in this region of the Caribbean.
Travel Design Co
I am expert in two unique parts of the world, France & Dominican Republic.
France feels like home as I grew up in New Orleans. In the last few years, I have traveled north from Paris along the Seine to the beaches of Normandy, spent time in Bordeaux, and traveled through the quaint towns of Provence along the Rhône and the Saône Rivers. One of my favorite ways to visit France is on a river cruise, as it takes you away from the larger cities and sights and ensures that you become immersed in the romance and lifestyle of medieval times.
For the Dominican Republic, it's the warm and friendly locals who will keep enticing you back for return visits. Indeed, this prime Caribbean Island offers something for everyone.
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