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The Dominican Republic makes up about two-thirds of the tropical island Hispaniola, sharing its borders with the Republic of Haiti. Surrounded by the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, the Dominican Republic is set upon one of the most geographically diverse Caribbean island, boasting a range of landscapes from desert savannas to stretches of white sandy beaches. Spanish is the official language of the Dominican Republic, but English is also used in developed, tourist areas

Beyond experiencing the natural beauty of the Dominican Republic, countless cultural and sports activities make this a country intriguing to all visitors and residents. The warm blue ocean waters and countless rivers and lagoons will beckon all water lovers, who will be certain to find their niche here. Laced with intact coral reefs, the coastlines are homes to brilliantly colored fish. The coastlines are laced with intact coral reefs, which home brilliantly colored fish and opportunities to explore this underwater world. From jazz festivals to avid merengue and bachata discos, music enthusiasts enjoy discovering the sounds exclusive to this area. Artists too appreciate the traditional Taino paintings and wood carvings, and colorful architecture abound. Outdoor adventures can find almost all sports available-swimming, surfing, windsurfing, kite surfing, hiking, white-water rafting, canyoning, scuba diving, whale watching, golfing, tennis, and horse-back riding.





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