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Excursiones Gustavo - República Dominicana
Excursiones Aéreas,Marítimas y Terrestres República Dominicana-Air,Marine,Terrestrial Excursions Dominican Republic-Ausflüge an Land auf dem Meer und in der Luft Dominikanische Republik-Szabadidös programok,fakúltatív kirándulások Dominikai Köztársaság
The ruins of Fortaleza Santa Barbara c 1574 along with the church of Santa Barbara rebuilt in the early 17th C are the only combined churc-fort colonial building in Santo Domingo.
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The Dominican Republic is a colorful tapestry of Spanish, French, Haitian, and African influences woven by a rich and storied history. Christopher Columbus described this lush land as "a beautiful island paradise with high forested mountains and large river valleys". This statement is still as true today as it was in 1492. In addition to the comforts of sun, sea, and sand, the Dominican Republic offers an exciting and unique cultural experience that will captivate your senses.
This is a destination like no other - a sensual feast of dazzling landscapes, exotic cuisine, and a remarkable variety of arts and entertainment options. The pulse-pounding thrill of the merengue, intriguing relics from centuries past, premium cigars, and even world-class baseball await you. The Dominican Republic is a surprising place that will delight even the most experienced traveler.
PLANNING YOUR TRIP
With so many options to choose from, the hardest part of planning a trip to the Dominican Republic is planning your departure for home. Seven major airlines serve the Dominican Republic, so you'll always have a good choice of flights. Many tour operators offer daytrips with a wide appeal, but specialty travel is also a popular option.
Ecotourism and adventure tours that involve helicopter rides, kayaking, four-wheeling, caving, and other thrilling escapades are available to the intrepid traveler. If family oriented itineraries are more your speed, consider tours that include horseback riding, water parks, and whale watching. The Dominican Republic is also becoming a popular destination for weddings, honeymoons, meetings, and conventions.
BEFORE YOU GO
The Dominican Republic enjoys warm tropical weather year round, so pack for paradise. Don't forget sunglasses, sunblock, and your bathing suit.
With seven international airports and a streamlined immigration process, visiting paradise has never been easier. Even communication is trouble-free because although Spanish is the official language, most employees in hotels and tourist spots speak English.
The Tourist Card is a required document for residents of authorized countries to enter the Dominican Republic exclusively for touristic purposes without a visa. It can be obtained at the Dominican Consulates or directly upon arrival at the airports in the Dominican Republic. The cost is US $10 and is valid for 30 days. (Please note that some of the tour operators include the Tourist Card in their packages.)
Year-round sports, effervescent nightlife, distinctive souvenir shopping, magnificent national parks, and world class gambling make for a jam-packed vacation to do list. But when you see the spectacular beaches, you might just want to pull up a chair and relax.
Outdoor activities like golf, snorkeling, windsurfing, kiteboarding, and boating are a thrilling way to experience the natural beauty of land and sea. With over two-dozen national parks, other quieter options for communion with nature like hiking and bird watching are also available. Indoor activities offer you the chance to strike it rich, dance the night away, or shop for curious mementos like carnival masks, amber, and a strange, liquid cure-all called Mamajuana.