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Dominican Republic Ferries - Book ferries to and from the Dominican Republic with AFerry
You can use AFerry to book ferries to the Dominican Republic via the port of Santo Domingo. AFerry offers a variety of ferries to the Dominican Republic, see below for timetables and the latest special offers.
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About the Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic is a sovereign state in the Caribbean, occupying the East of the island of Hispaniola bordering with Haiti. The Dominican Republic is the most visited destination in the Caribbean, due to the tropical climate, year-round golf courses and a unique cuisine blending Spanish and African influences.
Dominican Republic Travel Guide
For the adventurer, the Dominican Republic offers a diverse country side that in total is over twice the size of Wales. This eclectic mix of tropical rainforests, alpine ranges and steamy swamps offers a playground for hikers, bikers and water sport enthusiasts.
In contrast, there are many luxurious resorts located on the northern and eastern coasts. You'll find lively Caribbean music and dance, exotic foods and remarkable architecture from the colonial era.
Getting around the Dominican Republic
There are no railways in the Dominican Republic, so the best way to get around is by car, bus or taxi. Major bus services connect neighbouring cities but if you want to travel from one side of the country to the other, you will need to go via Santo Domingo, the capital.
Things to do in the Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic is popular with British and American tourists as it has a vast network of golf courses, many of which are open throughout the year.
Jarabacoa is an incredible resort area and popular with people seeking an active holiday. The resort is based at altitude offering a cooler climate and the opportunity for hiking, canoeing and rafting.