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Dominican Republic Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 173
Total Sleeping Rooms 70,000
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 2,000
Committable Meeting Rooms* 20
Average Hotel Room Rate DOP RD$6,350
Average Daily Meal Cost DOP RD$4,500
Average Weekly Car Rental DOP RD$9,064
*Maximum for a single hotel

Dominican Republic Things to Do and Attractions

Alcazar de Colon

One of the most popular attractions in Santo Domingo, Alcazar de Colon is the palace built for Christopher Columbus' son Diego, a former Governor of the Indies, and his wife, the niece of King Ferdinand of Spain. Built in 1510, the palace was

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Cap Cana

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Set at gorgeous Cap Cana on the southeast tip of the Dominican Republic, the Jack Nicklaus-designed Punta Espada is the first championship-sized signature course in the Caribbean. The 18 holes at this par-72 course were designed to incorporate

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Casa de Campo

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The Teeth of the Dog course, located at the Casa de Campo resort along the southern coast of the island, is a wildly popular, award-winning course designed by Pete Dye nearly 30 years ago. The famous course features an unprecedented eight ocean

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Casino Dominicus

The Dominican Republic's only stand-alone casino, Casino Dominicus is set in the laidback fishing village Bayahibe surrounded by sparkling waters, powdery sands, and lush gardens. The high ceilings, gold accents, and regal carpeting create an elegant

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Cigar Factory Tours

The largest producer of cigars in the world, the Dominican Republic is known as "Cigar Country". Most of the island's more than 600,000 acres of tobacco plants are within the central region's fertile Santiago and Cibao Valley areas, where many cigar

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Cuevas de las Maravillas

Cuevas de las Maravillas is a massive 800-meter-long cave system in the hill of Aracena. Aside from the majestic rock formations, the caves also feature about 500 wall paintings created by the ancient Taino civilization. Guests can explore over 200

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Dominican Republic Beaches

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Heralded as home to some of the world's most beautiful beaches, much of the country's 1,288 kilometers of shoreline is sandy beaches. The Dominican Republic's most popular beaches, including the resort areas of Playa Bavaro and Punta Cana, lie along

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Dominican Republic Golf

Famous as a golfer's Mecca, the Dominican Republic features 27 professional golf courses designed by such greats as Pete Dye, Gary Player, and Jack Nicklaus. Golf is one of the island's main drives for tourism, as thousands of players each year take

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Estadio Quisqueya

Baseball is by far the most popular sport in the Dominican Republic. After the United States, the country has the second-highest number of players in the Major League. In fact, since the Dominican and American seasons differ, many Dominican players

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Fun-Fun Cave

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The popular Fun-Fun Cave excursion at Rancho Capote is an active 12-hour adventure through Los Haitises National Park, located in Punta Cana along the island's eastern shore. The day starts with a tropical-themed breakfast, followed by a 40-minute

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Guavaberry Golf & Country Club

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Guavaberry golf course in Juan Dolio is a par-72 course designed by Gary Player, popular for its challenging hillsides, rock formations, and wide fairways set amid lush flora. The course also boasts two separate greens on its 13th hole, which are

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Iguana Mama Whale Watching

Between 3,000 and 5,000 humpback whales migrate from as far away as Greenland to the warm waters of the Samana Bay Region of the Dominican Republic's east coast between January 15 to March 15 to mate and calve. Locals and tourists alike take

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Jaragua National Park

The beautiful 1,374-square-meter Jaragua National Park in the extreme southwest of the Dominican Republic is the country's largest protected area. The landmass of the park accounts for only one-third of the park's area, while the remaining two-thirds

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Museo de Las Casas Reales

Illuminating the rich history of Santo Domingo and the colonization through tapestries, furniture, maps and other objects dating from 1492 until 1821, this museum is located in one of the important cultural monuments built during the colonial era in

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Larimar Museum

Located in a restored 17th century house in Colonial Santo Domingo, the Larimar Museum pays tribute to the mineral jewel known as larimar. Found only in the southwestern region of the Dominican Republic, this rare blue variety of pectolite forms from

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Museum of Modern Art

The Dominican Republic's Museum of Modern Art features an impressive collection of Dominican, Caribbean, and Latin American art. Guests can stroll a wide variety of works, from drawings to videos to ceramics, by famous artists including Elvis Aviles,

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Museum of the Dominican Man

The Museum of the Dominican Man is devoted to study, protect, and promote Dominican culture. Reputed to have the country's best collection of pre-Columbian artifacts, its four floors house more than 10,000 such pieces including jewelry and

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National Museum of History and Geography

Focusing on Dominican life from 1822 through 1961, the National Museum of History and Geography features three wings that examine the geography and heritage of the country. Exhibits center on the first inhabitants of the island, the North American

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National Theater

The stunning centerpiece of the Plaza de la Cultura, the National Theater was built in 1973. The theater has four levels, one main hall, and two auxiliary halls. Named for famous Dominican opera singer Eduardo Brito, the main hall is well equipped

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Ocean World Adventure Park

Located in Puerto Plata on the north shore of the Dominican Republic, the US$100 million Ocean World complex is home to an expansive marina, four-story casino, and ever-popular Ocean World Adventure Park. The Adventure Park features interactive

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Parque Zoologico Nacional

One of the larger zoos in all Latin America, Santo Domingo's Parque Zoologico Nacional has an extensive collection of animals. Opened in 1975, the zoo is home to a wide variety of both endemic and international species, including such favorites as

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Plaza de la Cultura

Located in the heart of Santo Domingo, the Plaza de la Cultura complex is home to several of the city's top attractions: the National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), Museum of the Dominican Man (Museo del Hombre Dominicano), Museum of History and

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Santo Domingo National Botanical Gardens

Meticulously maintained and beautifully landscaped, the National Botanical Gardens span more than two million square meters in the north part of the city. The largest of its kind in the Caribbean, the Santo Domingo gardens boast impressive displays

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El Conuco

Santo Domingo's cozy El Conuco restaurant is the place to go for authentic Dominican cuisine. The wildly popular eatery's interior resembles a typical Dominican kitchen and gathering place, featuring hammocks, tropical plants, woven blankets, and

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El Meson de la Cava

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Santo Domingo's El Meson de la Cava is housed in a natural limestone cave once inhabited by native Taino Indians and used by pirates and buccaneers. A favorite among locals and tourists alike, the restaurant's unparalleled atmosphere is one of rock

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Pat'e Palo

Housed in a historic 1505 residence, Pate Palo is the first European brasserie in Santo Domingo. Opened in 1998, Pate Palo specializes in European fare accented with tropical elements, including Angus skirt steak marinated in curry and honey with

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