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    Keep Dreaming!

    Despite the confinement that affects us all, we will continue to dream. Our future holds better days, built on the strength of our dreams and nurtured by the unforgettable memories that we cherish. “Come Visit My Dominican Republic” is a series that offers viewers the chance to be transported to the tropics for 10 gorgeous episodes. Over the course of two pre-pandemic years, a Canadian production team crisscrossed the four corners of the Dominican Republic. The series is a chance to see the country through the eyes of its friendly and welcoming people. Now, you can discover the country as you have never seen it before. Welcome to “Come Visit My Dominican Republic”.Don’t miss the chance for a virtual escape to one of Canada’s favorite Caribbean destinations.

    For some it will be dreams, for others beautiful memories. The Dominican Republic has it all.

     

    “Come visit my Dominican Republic” is a new way to discover the Dominican Republican through the eyes of its locals. In a 10-episode miniseries, Dominicans from all over the country will introduce you to their region through its history, architecture, music and local wonders. Watch a baseball game in Santiago, dance merengue to the rhythm and music of the Bonye group in Santo Domingo, explore the mountains of Jarabacoa, or swim in the blue waters of a subterranean lake.

    All of this and more on Come visit my Dominican Republic.

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    EPISODE 1

    MONTECRISTI

    (28 min.) The region of Montecristi, which is located on the north coast of the Dominican Republic, has put a major focus on eco-tourism over the past few years. Elias de la Cruz, a citizen who has made eco-tourism his livelihood, will introduce us to other little-known but compelling attractions of Montecristi, the region where he was born. Welcome to Montecristi

    EPISODE 1

    MONTECRISTI

    (28 min.) The region of Montecristi, which is located on the north coast of the Dominican Republic, has put a major focus on eco-tourism over the past few years. Elias de la Cruz, a citizen who has made eco-tourism his livelihood, will introduce us to other little-known but compelling attractions of Montecristi, the region where he was born. Welcome to Montecristi

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    EPISODE 2

    THE MURALS OF SANTIAGO

    (28 min.) Santiago, the 2nd largest city in the Dominican Republic, is currently experiencing an inspiring revitalization of its downtown core with the creation of magnificent and original murals that now grace a number of neighborhoods throughout the city. This initiative, led by local Yanisla Cruz, has led to a new urban pride in Santiago’s citizens while supporting modernization of its urban center. A success. Welcome to Santiago

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    EPISODE 3

    PUERTO PLATA

    (28 min.) The region of Puerto Plata, well known for its beaches and cable car, is also home to attractions focused on eco-tourism. Alexis Payamps, a community worker, will accompany us as we visit the cocoa plantation Hacienda Cufa and its Eco-lodge accommodation centre. En route, we will stop at the village of Rincon Caliente, famous for its merengue. Welcome to the Puerto Plata countryside

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    EPISODE 4

    SANTO DOMINGO AND THE DOMINICAN CINEMA

    (28 min.) Over the past few years, the Santo Domingo region, capital of the Dominican Republic, has become a location of choice for local and international film shoots. Valérie Hernandez, a casting director in Santo Domingo, introduces us to this artistic milieu which is experiencing a marked renaissance since the advantageous laws that welcome film production to the capital. Welcome to Santo Domingo

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