Here are some replies to the most commonly asked questions, which will help to make your visit to the Dominican Republic a little bit easier. Click on the question to see the answer.
The Atlantic Basin Hurricane season begins on 1 June, and extends to 30 November. In the Dominican Republic, this is the summer and early fall season when the weather is sunny with some cloudiness and occasional rain showers, which tend to fall in the late afternoon or at night. Historically, most hurricanes have occurred in the month of September. Take note that the Dominican Republic is a large country. This means that while one coast may be affected, another may be completely unscathed by the storm. Follow local weather forecasts in English, especially in the hurricane season, at www.dr1.com/forums/weather-beyond/