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15 04, 2019

How to Celebrate Easter (Semana Santa) in the Dominican Republic?

2019-04-17T14:37:21-04:00

Semana Santa is translated from Spanish as Holy Week and refers to the Easter holidays. This week is also associated for many with spring break. If you are going to be in the Dominican Republic for this time of the year, we congratulate you. You’ve chosen the best place [...]

How to Celebrate Easter (Semana Santa) in the Dominican Republic?2019-04-17T14:37:21-04:00
17 01, 2019

How Do People Celebrate Altagracia Day in the Dominican Republic?

2019-01-17T14:36:08-04:00

Since our recent blog posts about the Dominican Republic cultural traditions got much interest and engagement, we’ve decided to continue writing on this topic. You may remember our previous posts about the Christmas, New Year and Three Kings Day celebrations. This weekend Dominicans will be celebrating another very important [...]

How Do People Celebrate Altagracia Day in the Dominican Republic?2019-01-17T14:36:08-04:00
3 01, 2019

How Do People Celebrate Three Kings Day in the Dominican Republic?

2019-01-03T14:46:15-04:00

The Christmas season is coming to an end in the Dominican Republic. The season's last holiday, Three Kings Day or Epiphany Day will be celebrated this weekend on January 6. So we would like to conclude our special series of Christmas blog posts with an overview of Dominican traditions [...]

How Do People Celebrate Three Kings Day in the Dominican Republic?2019-01-03T14:46:15-04:00
28 12, 2018

How Do People Celebrate the New Year in the Dominican Republic?

2018-12-28T15:37:23-04:00

The holiday season continues. We hope you had a wonderful Christmas celebration with your family and dearest ones. Now it's time to get ready for the New Year celebration. Would you like to know how people celebrate New Year in the Dominican Republic? To start with, unlike Christmas, New [...]

How Do People Celebrate the New Year in the Dominican Republic?2018-12-28T15:37:23-04:00
21 12, 2018

How Do People Celebrate Christmas in the Dominican Republic?

2018-12-21T16:02:45-04:00

Christmas is 3 days away and everything is ready for a big joyful celebration. And we're continuing our series of Christmas blog posts. Don't forget to check our previous posts about 10 important Christmas symbols and 10 creative Christmas tree ideas in the Dominican Republic. Today we would like [...]

How Do People Celebrate Christmas in the Dominican Republic?2018-12-21T16:02:45-04:00
14 12, 2018

10 Most Common Types of Dominican Christmas Trees

2018-12-14T16:24:50-04:00

As you remember, we started our series of Christmas blog posts with the previous article on the 10 symbols of the Dominican Christmas season. In this following post we decided to have some fun because the Christmas season is a time for happiness, joy and laughter. That's why we've [...]

10 Most Common Types of Dominican Christmas Trees2018-12-14T16:24:50-04:00
6 12, 2018

10 Signs That Christmas is Coming in the Dominican Republic

2018-12-21T15:50:03-04:00

It's December already and the Christmas season has officially started. It's usually associated with cold, snow, rain, warm coats, boots, chimneys and Santa Claus. But what about Christmas in a Caribbean country? How do people here create a Christmas spirit without all these conventional attributes? The truth is that Dominicans [...]

10 Signs That Christmas is Coming in the Dominican Republic2018-12-21T15:50:03-04:00
26 01, 2018

How we Celebrate Juan Pablo Duarte Day in Dream City Area

2019-01-25T16:35:39-04:00

What is Duarte Day? Duarte Day is celebrated every year on January 26 in the Dominican Republic. It's a commemoration day of the national hero Juan Pablo Duarte. It's celebrated throughout the whole country with public fiestas and parades. The capital Santo Domingo has the country's biggest celebration ceremony [...]

How we Celebrate Juan Pablo Duarte Day in Dream City Area2019-01-25T16:35:39-04:00