Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club states that people don’t refer to the weather in the Dominican Republic as “the endless summer” for nothing. The island nation enjoys a perpetual state of around 77 degrees Fahrenheit and there are only slight differences between winter and summer. The skies are usually clear and cloudless and the air brisk and clean.
Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club adds that the cooler part of the year lasts from November until April, when the evenings tend to cool down to the mid 60s and humidity is relatively low, making for arguably the most comfortable transition for travelers not accustomed to high humidity. The only rainy season is from November through January on the northern coast, where a rainfall of about 10 inches per year is typical...Read More