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Dominican Republic: North vs South

Toe-sinking sands, stretches of Caribbean Sea, and a bustling centre – just a few of the ways to describe the southern part of the Dominican. The north on the other hand boasts wonders of Mother Nature, colourful coral...

The Best of #sunglassesreflections

With thousands of hits on Instagram, the #sunglassesreflections hashtag is a fun and creative way of sharing your holiday snaps. Here are some of the best.

5 Adults-Only All Inclusive Holidays in the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic’s Coconut Coast dominates in its offering of adults-only All Inclusive hotels, with Bavaro being prime couples’ chillout territory. We cover which hotels in this area, and the rest of this beautiful Caribbean country, come out...
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10 Reasons to Spend Your Honeymoon in the Dominican Republic

White sand beaches, shimmering azure water, crazy-big luxury resorts and an endlessly warm climate to match – at this rate, we’re struggling to think of a reason NOT to honeymoon in the Dominican Republic. This little Caribbean country,...

5 Resorts You Have To Visit in the Dominican Republic

The island of Hispaniola in the Caribbean consists of two countries. Haiti is to the west, and on the eastern side you’ll find the sun, sea and sangria of the Dominican Republic. It’s massively popular with holidaymakers all...

Top Hotels in the Dominican Republic

When we think of the Dominican Republic we think of lightly sun-kissed sands, swaying tropical palm trees and of course, that bluer than blue see-to-the-bottom water. There’s no other place on earth that screams paradise more than the Dominican...

Insider Interview: Magical Mykonos

For this insider guide article, we chatted with Elena from Passion for Greece and found that her blog could not be better named. After 25 years of living in Greece, her passion for this beautiful country shines through...
Sea life in the Dominican Republic

A Guide to the Sea Life of the Dominican Republic

The tropical sea life of the Dominican Republic is protected by a large Sanctuary for Marine Mammals that covers most of the country’s shores. This means that you can see whales, dolphins, manatees, turtles, coral reefs and numerous...