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About The Dominican Republic
Did you know that Dominican Republic required a fee to enter the country which is not included in the price of your ticket? Upon arrival to the airport you must wait in a line to purchase a tourist card for $10USD per person. (CASH ONLY!)
Clients can purchase the tourist card (via credit card) online prior to departure and bypass the line when they arrive at the airport.
If clients would prefer to do this they can use the below link and follow these steps:
- Select" Buy your tourist card"
- Translate to English
- If you are not a citizen of one of the listed countries press "Select and Continue"
- Fill in all applicable information
- Accept the terms and conditions
- Confirm your purchase using a credit card
- Be sure to print out both portions of the tourist card and present them when you go through the Punta Cana airport.
Whether you would like to pre purchase your entry card online with a credit card or bring with you $10.00 USD CASH ONLY for purchase at the airport is your choice.or
Puerto Rico, officially known as the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico), is an unincorporated territory of the United States, located in the northeastern Caribbean, east of the Dominican Republic and west of both the U.S. Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands.
Puerto Rico is only 100 miles long by 35 miles wide, making it the smallest island of the Greater Antilles. Puerto Rico (Spanish for "rich port") cosists of an archipelago that includes the main island of Puerto Rico and several islands: Vieques, Culebra, Mona and numerous islets.
San Juanis the capital of Puerto Rico and the most populous municipality in Puerto Rico, with a population of two million. The city was founded in 1508, by Juan Ponce de León. It iPonce, Caguas, Mayagüez, Bayamón, Carolina, Arecibo, Guaynabo, Cayey, Aguadilla, and Fajardo.
San Juan, Bayamón, Carolina, Guaynabo, Trujillo Alto and Caguas.
Climate:The climate is Tropical Marine with an average temperature of 80°F (26°C).
Time Zone:Atlantic Standard Time (AST), which is one hour later (+1) than Eastern Standard Time (EST) and four hours earlier (-4) than Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Puerto Rico does not observe Daylight Savings Time.
Puerto Rico's main port of entry and has one of the best harbors in the Caribbean.
What I love most about Puerto Rico is the inhabitants. They are friendly, charming, and engaging. I also love the wonderful climate, natural beauty, and it’s beautiful beaches. Last but not least, I also love the wonderful food that can be inhaled and tasted at many points while touring around this Island.
Puerto Rico is a wonderful place to vacation with your family, and build memories to last a lifetime. Grandparents, parents, children and friends can get in touch with nature at the many spectacular parks and beaches and share learning experiences at historic and cultural sites, towns and small villages; or, the can get away from it all on the off-shore islands of Vieques and Culebra.
- United States PASSPORTS are not required for U.S citizens!
- No Customs Check.
- Just a short trip by commercial air from major U.S. cities (as little as 2.5)
- Easy to explore
- U.S. currency & postal service
- Great Restaurants
- Beautiful Beaches
- Fun For All
- Shopping (unique shops in the Old City)
Couples Build Memories That Will Last a Lifetime!
Puerto Rico is also one of the easiest places to plan a Destination Wedding & Honeymoon. Getting married in Puerto Rico is now easier than ever, and far less cumbersome than many other destinations. We can help you plan your Destination Wedding & Honeymoon in Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico is also a wonderful place to go for your Babymoon!
Singles enjoy activities for every night of the week. San Juan’s nightlife has a reputation that combines the hip of New York with the hot of Miami.
Puerto Rico for the Business Traveler. Meeting Facilities in Puerto Rico includes the Puerto Rico Convention Center. It is the largest in the convention center in the Caribbean. Around the island, including the Convention Center, Puerto Rico has 1.3 million square feet of meeting space.
Why do I recommend Puerto Rico? Because it is one of my favorite Islands. I first visited this island over 40 years ago when I was 17 years old.