When traveling abroad it is essential that you know the documents that you will need to be able to access the country as a tourist. Here you can see the documents you need to enter the Dominican Republic:
A valid passport is required. You will also likely need a tourist card (US$10) already included in your airline ticket if purchased after April 25, 2018, or a visa. More information on this link.
The Dominican Republic issues tourist, business, work, student, and residency visas. Tourist visas can be issued for one or several entries, and can be extended to 60 days.
WHO IS EXEMPT FROM NEEDING A TOURIST CARD OR VISA?
- DR residents and Dominican nationals.
- Foreigners arriving from Argentina, Chile, South Korea, Ecuador, Israel, Japan, Peru, and Uruguay.
- Diplomatic and Consular staff with assigned missions in the country, while they remain on duty.
- Passengers using private, noncommercial aviation as long as the aircraft fulfills the following requirements: the trip must be for sport, leisure, tourism and business purposes, and the aircraft must not weigh more than thirty thousand (30,000) pounds and have a maximum capacity of 12 passengers.
You can see more information here: http://www.godominicanrepublic.com