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Punta Cana’s First Theme Park Opening In 2023: What Visitors Need To Know

The Dominican Republic is one of the fastest-growing destinations in the Caribbean, boasting a multitude of luxurious resorts, stunning beaches, and award-winning restaurants. Now in early 2023, Punta Cana – the country’s most visited city, will add another attraction when a gigantic family-friendly theme park opens to the public. Kathmandu Park, built by Falcon’s Beyond …

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Punta Cana Flights Ramp Up To Meet Demand As Winter Approaches

Beautiful beaches, tourist-friendly Punta Cana resorts, and favorable prices have quickly made the Dominican Republic one of the fastest-growing travel destinations in the Caribbean. The country has a variety of activities and geographical areas to offer travelers, such as the capital of the country – Santo Domingo. This vibrant city of 3.5 million people has …

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Why You Should Choose The Dominican Republic For Your Musical Festival Fix This Winter

Whether you like to rock out to punk music, jam to R&B hits, or relax while listening to smooth jazz, The Dominican Republic has something to offer everyone this winter. Beginning in January, three major music festivals are coming to the country, representing three completely different genres – Punk, R&B, and Jazz.  The festivals will …

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5 Dominican Republic Resorts Reopening This Winter Following Hurricane Fiona

Several resorts in Punta Cana have announced updated reopening dates after they were partially damaged during Hurricane Fiona last month. The historic hurricane was the first to touch down in the Dominican Republic in over 18 years, and the destructive category 4 storm left over $375 million in damage, according to Dominican president Luis Abinader. …

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Dominican Republic Authorities Clamp Down On Transport Providers After Tourist Bus Crash

The Dominican Republic Institute of Traffic and Terrestrial Transport (known as Intrant) has announced new safety measures in the wake of a tourist bus crash in Bávaro, near Punta Cana, on October 6th. The fatal accident left three tourists dead – Karla Rodriguez Dionisio, a 33-year-old Peruvian, and two Argentinians, Valeria Paola Medina, 44 years …

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