Dominican Republic

The entire Caribbean and the D.R. in particular is rich with whispers of lost treasure and secret surf spots. Like Puerto Rico, Barbados and the other islands of the Caribbean, the Dominican Republic gets waves all year around.

Seasons and Weather

Seasons and Weather

Conditions Wave Size Water Temp Global Season Chart
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    Poor
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    Head High +
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    Warm : 75°-80°
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    Medium : 65°-75°
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    Cold : Less than 60°
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Hispaniola is the 22nd largest island in the world and similar to Jamaica and Cuba, the island receives high amounts of rainfall in the interior highlands. The ocean temperature is warm year round (72-80F) and the air is humid. The easterly trade winds carry rain to the mountains and also create a consistent wind swell.

Due to the island’s significant land mass and mountainous topography, local winds vary and shift to create consistent offshore morning breezes and wind protected surf spots.

The scenic Northern coastline of the Dominican Republic offers 300 miles of exposure to North Atlantic swells. Fringed with reefs, river mouths, bays and craggy headlands, Waterways packages offer two accommodation options for all guests.