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The Packing and Safety Guide for Dominican Republic

The Caribbean country of Dominican Republic makes for a great holiday destination. If you have zeroed down on this as your next vacation retreat and have even booked your cheap plane tickets on flights to Dominican Republic, then here’s all that you need to know, in terms of preparation, before you board your flight!

When to Go
The Dominican Republic weather tends to remain warm year round but there are months which can certified under the winter category. Besides this the country faces a season of hurricanes.

If you are looking for a low season, when there are fewer tourists, lesser crowds and also lower rates, then you will have to consider being here from September till November. This is when the hurricanes tend to visit the land; hence not many travelers book their cheap flights to Dominican Republic. But if you want to be part of the multitude of tourists who flock to the shores to enjoy this Caribbean paradise during its best months, you will have to consider the winter months from mid-December till after Easter.

Besides this, a lot of vacationers also visit Dominican Republic during the summer months which range from June to August. Besides the weather, you can also consider planning your vacation around the various festivals and carnivals, most prominent of them being DR Jazz Festival and the Carnival celebrations of La Vega and Santiago.

What to Pack
The things to pack for your Dominican Republic vacation include fast-drying bathing suits, light summer dresses, shorts, flip-flops etc. If you have plans of going out in the evening, to even a somewhat fancy establishment, chances are you will not be entertained in your flip flops and shorts, so pack in something more elegant for such outings. Those of you who are coming here during the winter months can include a sweater or two.

Prostitution
Prostitution and sex tourism has plagued Dominican Republic for the longest time. Though there are stricter rules in place, the concern pertaining to this, has still not abated fully. Hence you need to be very careful about what you indulge in. in an effort to clean up its image; Dominican Republic has a designated red zone, Zona Rojas.

Female travelers who are vacationing alone should be more careful than anyone else, as they usually end up as targets of the local gigolos. These men lavish extraordinary amount of attention on single females and end up duping them as they are the ones who have to pay for the services rendered as well as other accompanying bills. Besides money, there is a real time scare of diseases.

Safety
Though Dominican Republic is a relatively safer island, you will still have to deal with the occasional thievery. Purse snatching, cell phone theft, pick pocketing can be termed as normal occurrences. But besides this, any other crime there is, isn’t really targeted toward the tourists. All you have to do is be careful, be aware of your surroundings and do not carry a large amount of money on you, things you would be mindful of anywhere in the world.

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