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Hard Rock Casino Punta Cana is the most popular place of interest in Dominican Republic. Many travellers make it a point to stop there while travelling to Dominican Republic. Other popular landmarks and places of interest in Dominican Republic would be Playa Bonita, Playa Bavaro Beach, or Dolphin Island Park.
Flying into Punta Cana Airport is typically the best way to visit Hard Rock Casino Punta Cana, since it is the closest airport to the area.
If you’re unsure where to fly to in Dominican Republic, we recommend booking a flight that arrives at the popular Santo Domingo Las Americas airport, which services Santo Domingo and its surrounding areas. In the last 12 months, 39% of momondo travellers booking flights to Dominican Republic chose to fly into Santo Domingo Las Americas.
The cost to fly to Dominican Republic varies based on a variety of factors, but you can expect to find prices as low as £286 or as high as £2,388. Based on recent airfare data, we’ve found that a ticket to Dominican Republic for £756 or less is a good deal, whereas £860 is the average cost.
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As of December 2023, there are 40 operators available to choose from for flights to Dominican Republic.
Although the minimum age for a child to fly alone is five, airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UMNR) service may have their own age limits, which could be impacted by factors such as flight length, timing, and layovers. It is recommended that you verify with the airline you are booking with for travel to Dominican Republic.
The necessary travel and health documents for your Dominican Republic trip may vary depending on your travel plans and individual circumstances. Generally, you should have various documents, such as a national ID card or driver's license and a passport that is valid for six months beyond your scheduled arrival date. We recommend seeking advice from your airline or a trusted third party, such as IATA.
|Departing||Destination||Best Time||Best Price|
|Manchester||Punta Cana||8h 40m||£451|
|London||Punta Cana||9h 15m||£526|
|London||Santo Domingo||13h 15m||£547|
|London||Santiago de los Caballeros||17h 46m||£566|
|London||Puerto Plata||14h 20m||£649|
|Edinburgh||Punta Cana||20h 15m||£689|
|Birmingham||Punta Cana||20h 55m||£728|
|Manchester||Santo Domingo||28h 25m||£732|
|Newcastle upon Tyne||Punta Cana||30h 30m||£751|
|Leeds||Punta Cana||30h 34m||£763|
|Leeds||Santo Domingo||22h 21m||£797|
|Leeds||Santiago de los Caballeros||33h 32m||£834|
|Manchester||Puerto Plata||31h 33m||£880|
|Bristol||Punta Cana||47h 30m||£979|
|Southampton||Santo Domingo||18h 52m||£1,014|
If you’re looking at Dominican Republic flight deals through momondo, check out some of the country’s top events throughout the calendar, and plan your flights around them so you can attend. There are many great events, particularly during the month of February and the most well-known is Carnival. Every Sunday afternoon, there are carnival parades in each major province, the most popular being La Vega, Santo Domingo, Puerto Plata, and Santiago. The country’s Independence Day takes place on 27 February. It includes military parades and marching bands as well as fireworks at sunset, followed by concert performances by merengue artists at Plaza Juan Baron in Santo Domingo. Further into the year, Semana Santa is a popular event on the calendar. It marks the Easter holiday celebrations, and although religious in nature, it’s typical to find many parties and concerts with crowds of people enjoying themselves through the night. Food festivals are also popular, particularly the Seafood Festival and the Mango Festival, in June. Taste the best in locally made Caribbean seafood and mango-based dishes you can find.
The Dominican Republic offers dishes with a delightful mix of Spanish, Middle Eastern, and African influences. If you’re looking to try out some hearty meals, then ‘sancocho’ is a place to start. It’s a meaty stew, made with seven different cuts of meat from four different animals and deliciously rich. The unique dish of ‘mangu’ is a popular local delicacy. It’s a type of plantain mash served with eggs, fried Dominican salami, and fried cheese and is mainly served as a breakfast dish. Another staple of Dominican cuisine is ‘Habichuelas Guisadas’, a bean stew rich in protein and typically served with white rice. ‘Pollo Guisado’, braised chicken, is another favourite, slow-cooked in a rich sauce and with intense flavours that make this dish a must-try during your visit. If you want something to snack on, then ‘tostones’, twice-fried plantains which can be served as a side to main dishes, are perfect. If you’re in Santo Domingo, check out Villar Hermanos restaurant to try the best in local cuisine.
If you’re looking at flights to Dominican Republic, there are many deals you can book through momondo, particularly flights from London, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Birmingham to Punta Cana or Santo Domingo. When it comes to things to do, the Dominican Republic has a range of amazing places that should be on your bucket list. Firstly, if you start your trip in the capital Santo Domingo, you must check out the Zona Colonial, a small town that’s part of the city. It’s home to historical buildings as well as an impressive nightlife. On the northeast coast in Samana, you can go humpback whale watching between December and March. It’s an amazing experience and something not to be missed if you’re there during the right season. The country has its fair share of stunning natural beauty spots, and the 3 Eyes National Park (Los Tres Ojos) is no exception. Its three lagoons were formed in the roof of underground caves and over time filled with water, making a great place to take a relaxing swim. Visiting Bavaro Beach is an absolute must; it’s a paradise beach with water sports aplenty.
To travel to the Dominican Republic from the UK, you must have a passport with at least six months of validity. A travel visa is not required for UK citizens, and you will be granted a 30-day stay upon arrival; however, if you want to stay longer, you must apply and pay online. Proof of onward travel or a return ticket is mandatory, along with the completion of an online import customs declaration prior to your journey.
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