Best time to go to Dominican Republic
You can pretty much count on blue skies and sunshine in the Dominican Republic. The northern shore packs in a massive 300 sunny days a year, with average temperatures in the high 20s. Things get even hotter between June and October, although you’ll get a few tropical downpours. They’re usually gone in a flash, though. Over in Punta Cana, average temperatures sit at around 29°C, with summer temperatures nudging into the low 30s. For less humidity, November to April is your best bet. Around this time, the evening temperature drops to something in the region of 20°C, although daytime temperatures still hit around 27°C. You do get the odd hurricane between June and September, but don’t worry – the hotel staff know how to ride them out.