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  • The Dominican Republic: the fiesta awaits!

    The Dominican Republic, island of magnificent white sandy beaches and multiple golf courses is dotted with colonial relics. You can do it all: relax at an all-inclusive resort, explore the sea, and have a great time at night—and do it all affordably!

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Dominican Republic Destinations


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The Dominican Republic the Transat Way

In addition to our much-beloved all-inclusive packages to sun-soaked wonderlands, we also offer:

Top Excursions in the Dominican Republic

An excursion is the best way to explore a country and infuse a little excitement into your vacation! At Transat, we offer options for all tastes in each of our destinations. Whether you enjoy spa treatments, water sports, hiking, boat tours and museums, Transat can help you make the most of your vacation with our selection of excursions.
  • Charcos De Damajagua

    Get ready for the thrill of a lifetime! Enjoy one of the best-kept secrets of the Dominican Republic. Mother Nature has crafted breathtaking waterfalls, etched out of limestone, for your enjoyment.

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  • Zip Line Punta Cana

    Visit the first of the Dominican Republic’s Zip-Line Tours, constructed by one of the most experienced companies from Costa Rica’s Canopy Tour builder. This exhilarating adventure takes you flying across the magnificent Anamuya Lake. Your naturalist guides will show you the way, helping you make the most of the adventure and unlocking the secrets of the Taino Anamuya Mountains. Adrenaline rush guaranteed!

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  • Plan Your Dream Dominican Republic Wedding

    By DEE BRUN / 12 February 2016
    It is said the average wedding takes nine to twelve months to plan and costs $25,000, all for one day. Why not let someone else do all the planning and enjoy an entire week of celebration for a fraction of the average wedding cost?

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  • What to do in Puerto Plata: Adventures in the Dominican Republic

    By SEATTLE DREDGE / 23 October 2015
    When most people think of the Dominican Republic, the mind wanders to scenes of dreamy white sand beaches and palm trees blowing in the warm breeze. And, of course, this is definitely part of the experience. However, a tropical paradise is not all this Caribbean destination has to offer—the Dominican Republic is an adventurer’s wonderland.

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  • Tee Time in the Dominican Republic: Check Out These Five Golf Courses on Your Dominican Republic Vac

    By ANITA DRAYCOTT / 22 February 2015
    In the last few decades the Caribbean has evolved from a no-frills golf destination to a hot spot worthy of your hit list. Nowadays, top designer courses with zillion-dollar budgets are sprouting up throughout the islands. If chasing a dimpled white ball is a prerequisite to your holidays, consider a Dominican Republic vacation. The beautiful Dominican Republic was named the “2013 Golf Destination of the Year in the Caribbean and Latin America” by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators.

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  • Our Tips for Enjoying the Waves of Cabarete

    By AIRTRANSAT / 04 January 2018

    The Dominican Republic is an ideal destination for water sports like surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. If you are a board sports enthusiast, head to Cabarete, the undisputed capital of water sports. You’ll find ideal conditions at Cabarete Bay, with its powerful winds that blow almost all year round.

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  • A Stroll Through Puerto Plata Region

    By AIRTRANSAT / 04 January 2018

    Ready for a high dose of adrenaline? Located 45 minutes south of Puerto Plata, the  Waterfalls of Damajagua  will not disappoint. To get here, you’ll need to hike (an easy hike) to the heart of the rainforest accompanied by a guide. Once at the top, you’ll be dazzled by the breathtaking view of these waterfalls carved into limestone! 

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  • Hiking in the dominican mountains

    By AIRTRANSAT / 04 January 2018

    Here’s a confusing statement: the Dominican Republic is a mountainous country! Its range of lush mountains evoke the Alps, hence its nickname, the Dominican Alps. At 3,087 metres above sea level, the Pico Duarte is the highest mountain in the Caribbean. It attracts numerous hikers from around the world, but the ascent requires some preparation and a guide.

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Good to know

Presence of Sargassum in Mexico and the Caribbean
Depending on the weather conditions, winds and tides may bring large quantities of Sargassum to shore. Since seaweed moves with the ocean currents, quantities may vary by place and day. Transat would like to inform its clients that this natural phenomenon beyond its control affects several parts of Mexico and the Caribbean. Although the presence of this brown seaweed is greater than usual, our hotel partners are making every effort to clean the beaches when necessary.

Mandatory electronic form to enter and exit the Dominican Republic
All travelers are required to complete this electronic form Will open in a new window. prior to entering and prior to departing the Dominican Republic. We strongly recommend all travelers complete both forms in one single step prior to departure to avoid any possible inconvenience with the Wi-Fi at your destination. Once both forms are completed, travelers will receive two QR codes that must be presented to authorities at the airport. Without QR code, boarding the aircraft will be denied.

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