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Best Time To Visit Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is one of the Caribbean’s most geographically diverse countries with stunning mountain scenery, desert scrub-lands, evocative colonial architecture and beaches galore. Many of us are very fortunate to call this paradise our home. For others, the DR is a stable vacation destination and a lost heaven to be discovered.

Visiting the Dominican Republic is an ease and a pleasure, either for recreational time or maybe as an future investment interest. This diverse Island offers a fantastic combination of environments to capture your imagination and refresh the soul. And with eight international airports, paradise has never been easier to explore.

If you wish to find good deals on airfare and accommodations, and for many other reasons as well, the best time to visit the Dominican Republic is during the low season. The upcoming seasons are illustrated below.

Holiday '19Low Season '19High Season '19Holiday '20
15 Apr–21 Apr
21 Dec–01 Jan
22 Apr–24 May
09 Sep–20 Dec
02 Jan–14 Mar
25 May–08 Sep
06 Apr–13 Apr
19 Dec – 01 Jan
So again, if you are looking for good prices, you will want to travel to the Dominican Republic during the Low Season months illustrated above. Most often, prices during the high season are often quite a bit higher than those of the low seasons. It’s interesting to note that there are also high season rates in the summer months because many families visit the DR during summer vacations. Thus, you may have to make reservations months in advance to secure accommodations.
So again, if you are looking for good prices, you will want to travel to the Dominican Republic during the Low Season months illustrated above. Most often, prices during the high season are often quite a bit higher than those of the low seasons. It’s interesting to note that there are also high season rates in the summer months because many families visit the DR during summer vacations. Thus, you may have to make reservations months in advance to secure accommodations.

 Although a trip to the DR may be slightly more expensive in the peak season, it can be worth paying the price for the atmosphere, especially if you are planning a Dominican Republic vacation to one of the smaller cities. In general, though, there is no bad time for a vacation in the Dominican Republic. As any DR travel guide will tell you, the island’s Caribbean climate is mild and pleasant year-round. Average temperatures in the Dominican Republic are always pleasant, ranging from the high 70s Fahrenheit (mid-20s Celsius) in the winter to the high 80s Fahrenheit (low 30s Celsius) in the summer. Hurricane season in the Caribbean runs from June to November and is at its height during September and October. Travelers may be wary about booking travel to the Dominican Republic during these months, but DR tourism is less affected by the threat of hurricanes than that of other Caribbean countries, and even the east coast of the United States.

 May to December is known as the wet season on Hispaniola, but vacationers should not be put off from booking travel to the Dominican Republic during these months. Rainfall in the DR is usually reliably brief and welcome and invariably followed by a drying sun. During the summer, the best places to be are on the Dominican Republic’s beaches or by a pool, ready to cool off from the hot summer sun. We invite you to discover our breathtaking island sanctuary and create memories that will last a lifetime. We know that you will find lots of useful information on this site that you might find useful in planning a perfect visit to the Dominican Republic!

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