The vacation homes of the Dominican Republic are as diverse as the island nation itself. Simple wooden houses painted in bright pastel shades can be found here alongside Victorian city palaces with colorful facades and gables richly decorated in detail. Experimental building projects that emphasize sustainability can also be found among the vacation homes as well as the typical, baroque and classicist colonial buildings.
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Price and Availability Index in Dominican Republic
Vacation Rental Price Information in the Dominican Republic
Check the graph above to find out what's the best time to travel and find accommodation in the Dominican Republic. The most expensive month is february, with an average accommodation price of $164. On the other hand, the cheapest month in the year is may, with an average vacation rental price of $121.
Rental Availability Information in the Dominican Republic
Above, you can see what percentage of vacation rentals in the Dominican Republic are available at different times of year. The most popular time of year to visit Dominican Republic is February. On the other hand, only 13% of vacation rentals in the Dominican Republic have been booked in September, so this is a good time to look for deals.
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Vacation in paradise - The vacation apartment in the Dominican Republic
Exotic fruits, freshly caught seafood and juicy beef steaks - these are the ingredients that make up the Dominican cuisine. At comedores, local restaurants or snack bars, try the fish stew sancocho de pescado, which uses cassava and corn to evoke traditional Taíno cuisine. Also dare to try the Bandera Dominikana, the national dish of beans, rice and meat. For dessert, it may be a pina colada, served in style in a real coconut with a generous shot of locally produced rum.