Flights Dominican Republic

With a wide choice of cheap flights to Dominican Republic it is easy to enjoy this varied and beautiful Caribbean country. Its diverse countryside is full of rainforests, desert wastes, mountain ranges and mangrove swamps surrounded by a coastline of long sandy beaches. If you love adventure, whether it's mountain biking, trekking, climbing or watersports you will find plenty of thrills to enjoy in the Dominican Republic. In the evening you can chill out in the relaxed atmosphere of Caribbean music, dance and dining.

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Most international flights to Dominican Republic land at Punta Cana Airport to the East of the country. The country also has seven other airports that take international flights. The capital, Santa Domingo is the oldest city founded by the Europeans in the Americas. Its historic heart has a true colonial spirit of Victorian houses and tree-lined streets. Be sure to visit the Alcazar de Colon, the Ozama Fort and the Cathedral all of which were built during the lifetime of Columbus. In the Dominican Republic:

  • Relax on the beautiful beaches that dot the country's coastline
  • Go snorkelling or scuba diving off Saona Island
  • Take a whale-watching tour from Samaná
  • Enjoy the waterfalls and watersports at Jarabacoa
  • Give the kids the time of their life at the Ocean World Adventure Park in Puerto Plata

The country is well-known for its luxurious all-inclusive holiday resorts but an online search will also reveal a good choice of hotels in Dominican Republic for every budget. Whether you're looking for historic city properties, modern boutique hotels or basic guest houses in the country the Dominican Republic won't disappoint. For the best deals reserve your hotel rooms when you book your flights to Dominican Republic.

It doesn't matter which airport your cheap flights to Dominican Republic lands at you will find rental vehicles available. It is best to pre-book your car hire Dominican Republic and collect it when you arrive. Most major roads are well-maintained but if you're going off the beaten track consider renting a 4x4.