~ a popular island for all-inclusive resorts & destination weddings ~

The Dominican Republic offers miles of magnificent beaches and is a haven for sports enthusiasts. It is also one of the Caribbean's most popular islands for all-inclusive resorts and destination weddings.

Destination Weddings

Destination Weddings may be pre-arranged through TWG Travel.

Dominican Republic Highlights

  • A variety of land and water sports such as windsurfing, jet-skiing, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, para-sailing, river rafting, and scuba diving.
  • On land, there is golf, tennis, polo, horseback-riding, and mountain biking.
  • When the sun goes down, you can tempt Lady Luck in one the many casinos that dot the island.

Main Resort Areas

Punta Cana-Cap Cana, on the east coast, offers unspoiled scenery, forty miles of palm-shaded, pearl white sand beaches, emerald waters, and resorts dedicated to luxurious indulgence. One of the most popular attractions here is Manatee Park Bavaro, a preserve with permanent exhibits of live animals, birds, reptiles, and fish, as well as remarkable performing dolphins, entertaining sea lions, and talkative parrots. Vacationers can also hike trails and enjoy mineral springs.

La Romana is the playground of the rich and famous.  A replica 16th century European village perched high on a cliff, La Romana is a sports enthusiast's dream. This 7000-acre resort community highlighted by Altos de Chavonis, is home to international polo matches, championship 18-hole golf courses, and other outdoor sporting activities.

As the northernmost point, Puerto Plata is an oasis surrounded by a mountain range, a national park, crystal clear waters, and excellent beaches. Its charm is enhanced by the extent and variety of its Victorian architecture. With modern offerings on Playa Dorada nearby, visitors can enjoy the best of both worlds.

As the site of Columbus' first landing in the Americas and the first colonial capital in the New World, the Dominican Republic can boast a long history, much of it preserved in the Santo Domingo's colonial section. In fact, the oldest cathedral in the New World is just one of the beautiful sights you can see in the capital of Santo Domingo, a city with colonial Spanish flavor.