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Feel like a change of scenery this winter? How about trading snow, ice and cold for sun, sea and warm weather? It’s the perfect time to plan your trip to the Caribbean, whenever you want to visit us, and Dominican Republic is the place to go for a relaxing and entertaining vacation. In fact, the sea’s temperature ranges from 26 to 29 degrees Celsius (79 to 84 degrees Fahrenheit) throughout the year, so you won’t have to worry about swimming, even if you’re the chilly type. Did you know that there are no less than 200 magnificent beaches along Dominican Republic‘s 1,600 kilometers of coastline, many of which are still undeveloped and rarely visited? As a matter of fact, sun seekers will be delighted thanks to a wide range of beaches that are sure to please all kinds of preferences!

Discover some of Dominican Republic’s most beautiful beaches, sorted by destination!
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Did you know? Dominican Republic’s new TikTok accounts specifically designed for Quebeckers and Canadians will blow you away! The various and interesting content features activities such as water sports, scuba diving or golf, as well as destinations such as Santo Domingo, Cabarete or La Romana. Discover it now!

Dominican Republic on TikTok

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The Dominican Republic welcomes Canadian visitors with the most straightforward COVID guidelines in the Caribbean

Did you know? The Dominican Republic announced on September 15 that PCR testing for COVID-19 is not required on arrival, saving hundreds of dollars for a typical family on vacation. As regular flights resume from major cities to the popular airport hubs of Punta Cana and Puerto Plata, visitors will have random temperature check and breath tests administered at the airport upon landing. Prior to their incoming and outgoing flights, visitors will be required to complete a user-friendly arrival E-TICKET that includes a health declaration and immigration information. These protocols have been created to be the most straightforward and easy to understand in the entire Caribbean.

Hotels are required to adhere to some of the strongest sanitation and safety rules in the region, with all hotel staff fully vaccinated and currently awaiting booster shots for maximum immunity. The DR also has a huge selection of excellent all-inclusive resorts in all price ranges to allow guests who want to be extra careful the chance to stay within resort walls and still enjoy access to a wide variety of activities and restaurants.

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Office de Promotion Touristique de la République dominicaine
2055, rue Peel, Bureau 550, Montréal, Québec H3A 1V4, Canada

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Dominican Republic Tourism Board
67 Yonge Street, Toronto ON, M5E-1J8, Canada

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