Dominican Republic Flights GuideThe Dominican Republic is a popular Caribbean-getaway for tourists due to its plethora of resorts, golf courses, and pristine beaches. Bordered to the west by Haiti, the majority of the country's visitors stay along the east coast, but there's more to this tourist hot-spot than meets the eye. The country offers rich historical experiences for travelers looking to explore and get to know the country, and the capital city of Santo Domingo offers a great place to get situated. The city boasts the Zona Colonial, where visitors can see the capital's 16th-century-style architecture in full force at one of the world's oldest churches, and also explore cobblestone streets. The most outgoing can try their dance moves at one of the city's hot merengue or bachata clubs.
The Dominican Republic enjoys some of the world's most beautiful and consistent weather, with an average daily temperature of about 77 F/25 C. Visitors to this "land of endless summer," as it's known by, can expect to arrive in one of three major international airports situated along the coast: International Airport Punta Cana, La Romana International Airport, and Samana El Catey International Airport.