Want to escape the New Year chill and jet off to the tropical Dominican Republic for 2 weeks during in January… you’ll be waited on hand and foot with this sizzling deal we’ve spotted!
Check out this all inclusive, Dominican Republic deal for Jan, 2017 over at Thomson– it includes 14 nights in Bahia Maimon, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic staying at the 5-star ClubHotel Riu Merengue – rated 4/5 on Trip Advisor.
This deal is based on 2 adults and 1 child (but can be tweaked to suit your family size) departing during term time in January – no probs if you have under 5’s like me 🙂
As well as ATOL protection, this deal with Thomson allows you to pay a small deposit up-front and hold your booking.
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- Travel Duration: 14 nights
- Example date: 1st – 15th January, 2017
- Departure from Manchester airport
- Other dates and airports possible – adjust search according to preference
- Hotel rated 4/5 on Trip Advisor
- Board basis – All Inclusive
- ATOL Protected Package
- Example based on 2 adults & 1 child
Price breakdown for 2 adults & 1 child:
- £1988 / 4 = £662 per person
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More about your hotel
This beachfront hotel comes with a mix of restaurants and a pair of huge pools. This place has a tropical setting, with palm trees dotted around the hotel and Maimon Beach just outside. It’s really secluded here, but Puerto Plata is only 15 minutes’ drive. There are a couple of lagoon pools. And during the week, the poolside restaurant switches between Italian and a steakhouse. Activities-wise, there are watersports down at the beach.
About the Dominican Republic
Holidays to the Dominican Republic are about more than just the beach. This diverse country also throws rainforests, mountains and colonial towns into the ring. Thanks to its bigger-than-average size, the Dominican Republic is one of the most diverse countries in the Caribbean. Along the coast, you’ve got the full spectrum of beaches, while inland, mangrove lagoons, mountain peaks and waterfalls are just the start of the story. Up on the north coast is the Puerto Plata region. In the town itself, you can tick off rum factories, the old quarter and the cable car up to Mount Isabel del Torres.