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Are you frozen and prefer a vacation in a paradise surrounded by endless beaches and perfect weather?
it’s not too late to make plans to spend Christmas in the Caribbean.
- No cooking. No cleaning. Enough said!
- Memories make the best gifts – and you’ll never forget the different Christmas that you spent in Dominican Republic.
- Christmas in the Caribbean means the only frosty thing you’ll find is ice in your frozen cocktail. Still got an urge to make a snowman or snowangel? Test your sculpting skills in the sand at Saona or Catalina islands during your excursion; no winter boots required!
- Swap your thermals and wooly socks for flip flops. December weather in many of the Caribbean islands is cooler than the sticky summer months and well out of the way of the wet season. Daytime temperatures reach 29 degrees, dropping to around 23 degrees in the evenings.
Also, on your return everyone will envy you with the color of summer on your skin.
- Away from the hectic festive period back at home, take a technology break and catch up with each other. Whether it’s just you, two or the whole family, Christmas in the Caribbean provides a fantastic opportunity to spend quality time creating special memories. Why play board games when you can go catamaran boarding?
- Packing is easy. Skip the bulky coat, mittens, and hat – and bring a bikini instead!
- If you have kids Dominican Republic is the ideal destination. Good temperature, rich food, very familiar, smiling and friendly dominican people, beaches of calm waters to rest, play and discover the corals and the colorful fish doing snorkeling.
- If you are very urban and miss the city, you can always get closer to the capital in our Santo Domingo City Tour.
Still have doubts? We leave you a video so you can see everything that awaits you if you come to the Dominican Republic.