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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC TRAVEL GUIDE
What to eatDishes influenced by Spanish, African and native Taíno cuisine, like their staple dish, La Bandera (the flag), a mix of meat (chicken or pork), rice, beans and a salad.
What to bring backDominican coffee and chocolate and handmade Taíno crafts.
Fun FactThe birthplace of merengue is a place of passion and one thing Dominicans are truly passionate about is…baseball (called pelota here). The country has contributed the highest numbers of players to the MLB in the world, including Sammy Sosa, José Bautista and David Ortiz. Catch a game between Dominican teams like Tigres del Licey or Gigantes del Cibao.
Important InfoFor more information on all necessary travel documents, visa, taxes and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.
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