Traveling to the Dominican Republic during Covid-19

YES! The Dominican Republic is OPEN for travel. If you are looking to plan a trip to the beautiful island of The Dominican Republic in the months ahead, here are some updates you may want to know.

Exploring The Ojos Indígenas Eco Park & Reserve – Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

A pristine nature lovers eco park, explore this 1,500 acre nature reserve in Punta Cana. With lush tropical forrest, wildlife, and series of 12 freshwater lagoons!

Battling Plastic Pollution in the Dominican Republic, with Proyecto Tortuga

There without a doubt, is a noticeable problem with waste in the Dominican Republic. Jochen Catteeuw also sees the problem, and he is on a mission to help solve it with his organization, Proyecto Tortuga.

The newest Eco Lodge in the Dominican Republic: GuaiGüí Bayahibe

Visiting GuaiGüí Bayahibe Eco Lodge, I escaped from the sounds of the city, being fully submersed into nature, and welcomed the rawest, purest forms of positive energy, nutrition, and light into my being. I left from my tour feeling recharged, and FULL of good vibes.

Where to eat: Bayahibe, Dominican Republic – Playa Barco Bar

Known for their Italian cuisine, they also serve some of the best seafood options I have tried in the area.
“Playa Barco Bar” is roughly a 45 minute drive from the Punta Cana Airport.