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Thanks to the great weather, most of the year is peak season. Rainy season hits the north coast between October and May and the south coast from May to October, meaning there are always dry beaches to be found. The rains can last half a day when they arrive, however, so be prepared. Prices fall after the Easter holidays and the country is less invaded by tourists. This is likely to be the best time to find cheap flights to the Dominican Republic. The hurricane season, between June and November, is the least popular time to visit.
If you can secure your flight tickets after Easter then you give yourself a better chance of finding cheap flights to the Dominican Republic as they do get costly beforehand. November typically has the best reduced prices but the conditions upon your arrival might not be ideal.
Sugar-white beaches, beautiful landscapes, and the rhythmic sounds of Latin American music welcome visitors to the Dominican Republic. Aside from being a hospitable country with loads of opportunities for travelers—including swimming, snorkeling, and sight-seeing—the Dominican Republic is one of the cheaper destinations for travelers in North America. Airline tickets to the Dominican Republic can always be found.
The Dominican Republic occupies the eastern half of the island of Hispaniola Haiti occupies the west. The coastline is rich with perfect Caribbean beaches and the interior is diverse, with rainforests, 27 waterfalls, mangrove swamps, mountain ranges and savannas.
While many travelers book cheap flights to the Dominican Republic to explore the natural paradise, this country has one of the more illustrious histories of the Caribbean islands. Its history dates back to the Taino inhabitants whose cave paintings can still be seen in caves around the country. Christopher Columbus landed here too, on his first voyage in , claiming the island for Spain and exploring the northern coast of the Republic. Some Dominican Republic flights arrive in the capital, Santo Domingo, which is the oldest remaining European city in the New World and one of the most vibrant cities in the Caribbean.