Warning: file_get_contents(http://search.twitter.com/search.atom?q=from%3A&rpp=1): failed to open stream: HTTP request failed! HTTP/1.0 401 Unauthorized in /home3/cigars45/public_html/dominicantravelpackages.com/wp-content/plugins/pb-tweet/tweetbuddy.php on line 77
Caribbean vacation | Dominican Travel Packages

Travel to Dominican

dominican-16 dominican-47 dominican-44 dominican-18 dominican-52 dominican-29 dominican-38 dominican-15 dominican-26 dominican-68

Caribbean vacation

Travel Packages in Dominican

Dominican Travel

 

There's no place quite like the Dominican Republic. That’s because its history is the result of an unlikely mixture of influences; nowhere else will you find a blending of European, African, and native Taíno Indian cultures.

Continue reading

Did you like this? Share it:
Find Airline Award & Upgrade availability
  • Mob in Dominican Republic Kills Haitian Father - ABC News
    Mob in Dominican Republic Kills Haitian FatherABC NewsA Haitian man died after being attacked by a mob in the Dominican Republic for allegedly stabbing his 4-month-old daughter, authorities said Sunday. The violence in the poor village of La Victoria began late Saturday when Jean Lounis got into an ...Mob in Dominican Republic lynches Haitian fatherYahoo New […]
  • Mission trip to Dominican Republic successful - The Darien News
    Mission trip to Dominican Republic successfulThe Darien NewsA group from First Congregational Church of Darien recently completed a mission trip to the Dominican Republic. "I've never seen so many people work so hard and smile so much," John Lydecker said about his January trip with 10 other members of the ...
  • Young women trade sex to support children in Dominican Republic - Lincoln Journal Star
    Young women trade sex to support children in Dominican RepublicLincoln Journal StarLincoln Journal Star interns Brianna Soukup and Anna Gronewold went to the Dominican Republic for three weeks with a group of students and professors during the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's winter break. The trip, led by photojournalism professor ...and more »
  • Japanese immigrants in Dominican Republic recall half-century of hardship - Asahi Shimbun
    Japanese immigrants in Dominican Republic recall half-century of hardshipAsahi ShimbunAGUA NEGRA, Dominican Republic--Between 1956 and 1959, 1,319 Japanese immigrated to this Caribbean country in response to their government's offer of free fertile farmland to each household. However, those 249 families never received their promised ...