For marriage, couples must present an original passport, copy and translation of original birth certificate, and sworn declaration before a notary public. Divorce and death decrees are also required if applicable. Check with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist for more details.
For non-residents, passports and tourist cards are required upon entry into the Dominican Republic. If you are a citizen of the US, visit travel.state.gov for more information on travel documents needed. For Canadian travelers, visit travel.gc.ca for relevant travel information.
Spanish is the official language of the Dominican Republic, though English is widely spoken and understood.
The Dominican peso is the currency of the Dominican Republic, but US dollars are often widely accepted in resort areas.
Climate & Beaches
Juan Dolio weather is tropical and humid with year round sunshine. The temperature is steady around 86° F, with colder temperatures from November to April and warmer temperatures in summer months. Historically most hurricane activity in the Dominican Republic's part of the Caribbean has taken place in the months of August and September.
Juan Dolio beach is the largest beach in the area, with groves of coconut palms and warm Caribbean water. In nearby Santo Domingo and La Romana, there are a number of larger and more populated beaches.
Activities & Attractions
Unwinding at the local beaches (like Juan Dolio) is the most popular pastime in Juan Dolio, along with boating and snorkeling excursions in the coral reef. There is an 18-hole golf course in the area and a couple of casinos and nice restaurants. If you venture into nearby Santo Domingo or La Romana, there are a number of additional excursions available.