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Places You MUST Go In The Dominican Republic

Places You MUST Go In The Dominican Republic

The tropical life only gets better over time, especially when you’re looking for a winter escape or a place to bathe in the sun all year round. It is a dream, but it can be easily achieved with Casa Linda Quality Communities. For over 20 years, we have provided villas for entrepreneurs, investors and retirees in the beautiful Dominican Republic. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing vacation or considering shifting to Caribbean life, you will find several things to do in the DR. 

Santo Domingo; The Colonial City

Christopher Columbus first landed in Santo Domingo, where the beautiful colonial architecture still remains today. You can visit Calle El Conde, the most popular street in Santo Domingo, and enjoy shopping while admiring the ruins of Monteserio de San Francisco and the Catedral Primada de America. Santo Domingo has preserved most buildings, including hotels and residential areas, taking you back to another era.


For a more laid-back and relaxing time, Cabarete is the town to visit. Unlike other destinations, Cabarete attracts backpackers, retirees, kiteboarders, free spirits and surfers. It is known for its easy-going atmosphere and a huge crescent-shaped beach with miles of crystal clear water you can enjoy. You can also find local restaurants where you can dine right on the sand! You might even stubble on musicians performing on the beachfront as the sun sets on this beautiful beach.

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Samaná Bay

From December to March, thousands of humpback whales enter Samaná Bay to mate and give birth. It is the best place to see the magnificent whales of the wild. Whale-watching trips can be booked all around the island at an excellent price; make sure to add this to your itinerary when you arrive. 

A Place To Call Home

Moving to the Dominican Republic is becoming more and more popular, especially during the winter months. Bathing in the sun in mid-January is the dream of all Americans, Canadians and Europeans. At Casa Linda, we are proud to help you find a place you can call home in the beautiful Dominican Republic. Contact our team today to learn about our available villa options most suitable for you.

Fun Facts About Life in the Dominican Republic

Fun Facts About Life in the Dominican Republic

If you’re in the process of getting ready to move abroad, you’re liking feeling a unique mix of excitement and exhilaration. Embracing expatriate life is a big decision, and settling down in paradise is cause for celebration all around. For nearly 30 years, Casa Linda has welcomed adventurers to the Dominican’s sunny shores and helped them find their perfect house in their island home. From custom villas designed to meet your every need to a safe and exclusive community that makes it easy to find your next adventure, life with Casa Linda is simple. Below, we’ve covered 10 fun facts about the Dominican Republic. Read on and learn what life is like on this beautiful island paradise.

1. Meet the Crown Jewel of the Caribbean

The Dominican Republic is frequently referred to as the “Crown Jewel of the Caribbean” and for good reason. Beyond the endless miles of natural beauty, the Dominican also boasts the strongest economy and infrastructure in Latin America and is the most visited nation in the Caribbean. Each year, the island welcomes approximately 5 million guests to its shores!

2. Beach Lover’s Paradise

If you can’t wait to spend your retirement soaking up the sun and getting sand beneath your toes, you’re in luck! The DR is home to over 200 beaches, and 800 miles of coastline just waiting to be explored.

3. Unbeatable Weather

Snowy days and cold weather be gone! The DR gets over 300 days of sun each year, and the northern end of the island, where Casa Linda is located, is sheltered during hurricane season giving you extra peace of mind.

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4. Easily Accessible

Due to the Dominican’s vast popularity among tourists and expats alike, the island has multiple airports and receives direct flights from over 26 countries, 64 cities, and 90 different airports across North America and Europe. This is particularly advantageous for those looking to relocate permanently, as it makes visiting friends and family back home a breeze!

5. Currency and Language

The official currency of the DR is Pesos, but US dollars are used frequently as well. Similarly, the official language of the Dominican is Spanish, but due to the island having a large expat community, English is increasingly common as well.

6. State of the Art Healthcare

A lesser-known fact about the DR is that it is home to an exceptional healthcare system that is both highly affordable and reliable. The island has several world-class hospitals and medical facilities, as well as highly skilled medical professionals that offer treatment in both English and Spanish.

7. Island Time is Real

If you’re used to punctuality, you may have to adjust your expectations if you plan on staying in the DR for the long term. Dominicans are notoriously easygoing and work on their own time schedule…which is notoriously late. This laid-back nature is simply all part of the life tranquilo!

8. Delicious Exports

Are you a fan of coffee, chocolate, cigars, or rum? You’re in luck! These are some of the Dominican’s biggest exports, meaning they’re readily available to you on the island.

9. Friendliness

Dominicans are known to be incredibly kind and welcoming, making it easy for outside visitors to settle in and feel at home.

10. Thriving Expat Community

If you’re worried about feeling out of place when first landing in the Dominican, you have no need to be concerned. With plenty of fellow expatriates on the island, you’ll have no problem finding new friends to relate to and build a new community with.

Ready To Start Your New Life?

Let’s talk! Contact Casa Linda today to learn how your dream of island living can become an easy reality.