Dominican Republic in May- HELP

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Found 25th Mar 2008
Hi, has anyone been to North of Dominican Republic early May- Ive booked a two week stay and keep finding confusing reports about the weather!

Any help would be appreciated!!!



I went there for my honeymoon a few years ago - we flew around 10th may
Weather was great- really nice - it did rain a couple of times - but was really fantastic... We stayed playa dorada - hotel fun tropicale - I was a bit warey at first - peoples comments about dominican - but we loved it!!!!

The Hurricane season for the Caribbean is later on in the year.

we went to Jamaica in June a couple of years ago and the weather was great, even though its the end of the "hot" season. May should be good!

You should be ok in May, the hurricane season normally starts just after, but with the weather thses days across the world you never know !!

We had hurricane dennis to deal with while in Cuba and it was great fun.....!! :w00t:

It's always a chance you take with the Caribbean. :thumbsup:

Original Poster

THANKS for ALL your comments- I feel much better now!!! :):):)

You will have a great time - we did!!!

Ps - Tour operators advise you not to go away from site whilst on holiday - we got a taxi one day and went go karting - got a taxi to a little restaurant someone recommended to us and they were both fantastic etc.... - also if you enjoy swimming etc.. there is a water park not far from playa dorada - our hotel ran a trip to it - and it was great (majority of people were locals - rather than the typical tourist spots)

Hope you have a fab time... I went to Mexico in may last year and the weather was great

Original Poster

Aw, thanks! I cant wait!

Can I come with you? :-D :lol:

Original Poster

Why yes of course! ha ha

lol Awww!! :friends:

Nice holiday???
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