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  • Hotel Gold PremiumBonao travel tips
    Travel to the mountains of the caribbean. Climb the highest peak of the Caribbean. Pico Duarte [...]
    D: 116.1mi10
  • Pedro SanchezSanto Domingo travel tips
    Pedro Sánchez (On the way to Miches): If you are headed to Miches in the Dominican Republic, take time to stop off in Pedro Sanchez, a rural village located in the province of El Seibo. The community members of Pedro Sánchez offer [...]
    D: 55.1mi00

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Santo Domingo Travel guide

The months of July and August happen to be the hottest months while the months of December and January are the coldest when compared to other months of the year. The city of Santo Domingo faces many numbers of hurricanes due to its location which is in the Caribbean Sea. It was the year 1930 when a sever hurricane named San Zenon hit the city of Santo Domingo and caused a lot of damages. The huge River Ozama flows right through the city and empties into the Caribbean Sea. It was the River Ozama which gifted the city with a port that soon became the busiest port in the country. [...]
 
 
 

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