Do Your Vacation Just Right – Dominican Republic Style – This is a destination that continues to be popular no matter what time of year. When portions of the planet are plunging into winter weather advisories, the Dominican Republic is still enjoying warm weather in its tourist-friendly regions and resorts. No matter what type of vacation you’re looking for or what type of traveler you are, you’ll find the perfect spot in the Dominican Republic.
If you’re looking for romance…
Islands in the Caribbean are already romantic, but if you toss in a gorgeous beach, luxe spa treatments with your significant other, and an entire resort of adults-only activities, it tends to enhance the already amorous ambiance. After your spa treatments, consider a private dinner on the water, a cruise, or even a hot-air balloon excursion.
The DR tends to attract many families and other types of traveling groups, so if you’re looking for quiet time with just you and your SO, you’ll want to avoid the more tourist-heavy regions like Bavaro’s Punta Cana or Santo Domingo. That said, one of the lesser-known Punta Cana accommodations for couples is the Zoetry Agua Resort in Punta Cana. Its white, sandy beach isn’t crowded – in fact, the whole property is tranquil. All its restaurants are gourmet and top-shelf liquor is included with your stay.
If you’re looking for all-inclusive…
The DR is one of the best destinations for all-inclusive getaways. Whether you want a hideaway for your honeymoon, a place to spend spring break with all your closest friends, or a property that’s welcoming to families, you’ll find it here. All-inclusive resorts in the DR allow you to plan your own itineraries and also include all of your snacks and meals, all beverages (both alcoholic and non), and offer an incredible number of water-based sports and activities.
Also in the lesser-known Bavaro region of Punta Cana is the Majestic Colonial Resort. It’s the perfect spot to set up camp with a big group. The Majestic Colonial Resort is actually more like two properties – one side is family-friendly, while the other side, known as the Colonial Club, is for adults only. All suites are equipped with rainfall showers in the bathrooms, jetted tubs, and free alcohol in your own minibar. Your private outdoor spaces are also furnished. Some patios offer views of the ocean while others allow you to swim right up to your room. There are eight restaurants onsite, a full spa, and even a casino.
What type of Dominican Republic stay are you going for?