With over 30 years experience in tourism and with nearly 4 million visitors every year, the Dominican Republic is an established player in the tourism industry.

Tourism is part of the 3 main pillar of Dominican economy. This explains the important effort that the country dedicates to position the country an important tourist destination.

Initially, tourism development in the Dominican Republic was based on the enclave, all-inclusive resort model. The development of specific touristic areas was accompanied by the development of infrastructure required to sustain growth in tourism.

The result of this historical process is the presence of a world class tourist infrastructure: 8 international airports with more than 250flights scheduled every week, XX hotel rooms, YY hotels.

In recent years, the Dominican Republic has adopted new strategies for the tourist sector focusing on a more upscale, luxury model, targeting high end tourists and adapting the offer to these new needs. For years the only true high end offer has been world renowned luxury resort Casa de Campo. Today, new developments like Cap Cana, Roco ki or Corales are examples that the luxury segment is developing at great speed. The country’s infrastructure as well as the product and service offering is also adapting to the new model and is being improved to match more demanding standards.

Villas are an incredible opportunity for accommodation.

There are thousands of Villas in the Dominican Republic. The quality of accommodation is exceptional and the offer adapts to any kind of visitor.

From classic villas with 3-4 bedrooms to exclusive ocean front villas with 5-6 bedrooms, the choice is vast and visitors will not be disappointed.

If you are a family or a group of friends, if you are coming only for the golf, if you are in for a family holiday, the villa option could represent a very interesting choice to live a true Caribbean holiday.

The hotel offer in the Dominican Republic is large and varied.

From mass market hotel chains to luxury brands, from small family run hotel to boutique hotels, the Dominican offer is vast and of high quality.

Visitors are left to decide what they prefer between the lifestyle of luxury hotels, the coziness of small boutique hotels or the dynamic life of beach resorts.

Condos and apartments:
Condos are a great opportunity for alternative accommodation.

Built around magnificent, exclusive golf courses, condos and apartments are perfect for groups of golfers, families or friends that want to leave a different holiday.

Choose from a wide offer that goes from luxury condos and apartments to more standard apartments.