Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Highs and lows: best time to visit The Dominican Republic

WITH the United States’ high season for travel being the Dominican Republic’s low season, the Dominican Republic should definitely be a destination on your list. The diamond white beaches and exotic resorts from Punta Cana to La Romana attract millions of sun lovers every year. The amazing landscape and vegetation are uniquely preserved and pleasing to the eye. But with all the fanfare and multitude of tourists that flock into the country each year, it would be nice to note the importance of timing.

High tourist season runs from mid-December through mid-March—expect higher rates during this time. This is a natural economic principle, ‘the higher the demand, the higher the price. Loads of tourists visit The Dominican Republic at this time of year to bask in the warm weather, so expect your accommodations to be hard to come by and even expensive.

The low tourist season April- August brings with it attractive airfare and slashed hotel rates. Apparently, due to peak season rush decline, this is when the tourists trickle out of the city. It’s usually around now that the temperatures are at their highest (with average highs around 800 F). You’ll, therefore, save a considerable amount of money and have an easier time booking a hotel room on the spot. The bars and beaches are not as crowded during these times, making for a more relaxing and enjoyable time.

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