- Butler service;
- Room upgrade to Colonial Club junior suite with Jacuzzi;
- 45% Hotel discount;
- Free bottle of sparkling wine and free bottle of premium spirits
If you've earned a complete break, time to relax, lie on a beautiful big beach or beside a sparkling pool, enjoy a huge variety of food and drinks at your pleasure, then what better place than the Dominican Republic?
The Dominican Republic is one of the best places in the world for all-inclusive holidays. It has some of the best value entry level all-inclusive resorts as well as some of the most fabulous luxury all-inclusive resorts
Once you've regenerated your energy on the beach or beside the pool there are lots of things to do:
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The most popular tourist area is Punta Cana on the eastern tip of the island, with its own international airport boasting direct flights from London. This is a whole holiday world in one place, with 100 miles of superb, palm lined white sand beaches, offering para-sailing, wind-surfing, surfing and sailing, as well as snorkelling and scuba diving.
If it's golf you want, there are five courses. And there are eco-tours, adventure tours, zip-lines - horse-riding .... you name it..
There are dozens of all inclusive resorts, many of which have casinos and nightclubs as well as the facilities you would normally expect in a great all inclusive resort. There are also many restaurants, bars and nightclubs outside the hotels and resorts, and a huge variety of shops.
On the south-east coast of the island, served by La Romana International Airport is another area of pristine beaches, with day trips to islands set in marine reserves, for snorkelling and scuba diving.
It also offers world class golf and deep sea sport-fishing.
The unique attraction of this area is the exceedingly quirky Altos de Chavón, a replica of a 16th century Mediterranean town, complete with cobblestone streets, coral block and terra cotta buildings. It's an artists’ village and cultural centre with artists’ studios, craft workshops, art galleries, archeological and amber museum and a School of Design, as well as an amphitheater. It also has magnificent views of the Chavón River.
The region has an excellent range of resorts, including adults only, family friendly and all inclusive resorts.
On the north coast of the island is a long peninsula on which Samana sits. It is also served by an international airport, but it has a rather different offering. It leans more towards eco-tourism with the Los Haitises National Park, which is a great place to see birds, mammals and limestone caves full of pre-historic cave art. The bay of Samana is also a breeding ground for whales which can be seen from mid-January to mid-March.
Of course, there are also beaches. In fact, the three-mile long Playa Rincón, has been selected by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the top 10 beaches in the world!
There is also the beautiful El Limon waterfall, and plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking and zip-lining.
All of which is not to say that there is not plenty of night life, with casinos, restaurants, bars and plenty of dancing into the early hours.
The capital of the Dominican Republic is Santo Domingo, which lies on the South Coast. This is an extraordinary treasure trove of history and culture. Claiming to be the oldest city in the Americas, is has beautifully preserved streets and buildings dating back to the 16th century. It also has the widest variety of museums of all sorts, including a Museum of Modern Art, as well as a National Theater.
The city prides itself on a wide range of exceptional restaurants with outstanding cuisine and a rich and varied night life.
Overlooked by the impressive Mount Isabel de Torres with its spectacular cable car ride and botanical gardens on top, the Puerto Plata region, on the north coast, is the playground of the country.
Particularly known for its night life and for its renowned Ocean World Adventure Park, it also has wonderful beaches, and the best place on the island (some would argue in the world) for wind-surfing and kite-boarding.
The Dominican republic is a year round destination as regards its climate.
The carnival season is through February to early March, with festivals happening during that time in most areas.
The whale watching season in Samana is from mid-January to mid-March.
We are here to help you plan where you want to go and what you want to see, and to make flexible, ATOL protected bookings to make sure that your holiday happens with the minimum of stress and the maximum of fun, at the best price.
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Direct Flights From London & Manchester To Punta Cana: From 9 Hours
With One Or Two Stops From Major Airports To Punta Cana: From 12 Hours
At 12 o'clock in the UK it's 8 o'clock in the morning in the Dominican Republic or 7 o'clock during daylight saving
Have a look at the weather graph to see how the average temperature and average rainfall in Punta Cana compare with the averages in London each month