Dominican Republic Vacations
Frequent flights from the States, year-round sunshine and one of the Caribbean’s hottest party scenes earned the Dominican Republic reputation for a spring break hot spot. All-inclusive resorts are casting a wider net into the tourist pool by building golf resorts -- the island now has 26 -- and partnering with airlines for one-stop family vacation shopping. Beyond the beach, popular diversions include exploring national parks’ mangrove forests with exotic birds and ancient cave art or catching a baseball game where fans are likely to see a future MLB player in action.
*Some taxes, fees extra. Vacation prices are per person, based on double occupancy, unless noted.