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28 Feb

Travelshore Representatives

All of Travelshore groups are accompanied by 1 of our representatives. There responsibility is to make sure you have the best trip possible, providing you with information, best service, offer suggestions of where to go, recommend great restaurants and introduce you to some friendly local people! They will help make your tour an enjoyable trip that is hassle free!...

28 Feb

Safety

Make sure to check your government’s advice on the most recent up-to-date travel information before leaving. They should provide any safety issues about travelling internationally. Make sure your insurance covers you for all your travel plans and locations. We will update our website for any travel safety concerns.   It is safer to travel without any valuable jewelry, it is best to leave at home. There are safety deposit boxes in most hotel rooms, which are very secure.   You will have a travel representative with you during all activities, but there may be...

28 Feb

Money Details

The currency of Dominican Republic is in Dominican Peso (dop). There are ATM’s available in major towns and cities where you can use your debit and credit cards to access money. Make sure to let your bank know ahead of time about your travel plans – they may block any international transactions. Check the withdrawal amount from another country. It is advised to carry some cash in small bills with you, because ATM’s may not always be available when travelling. When spending money, make sure to budget properly for each day....

28 Feb

Personal Belongings and Money Safety

Please keep your money and personal belongings close to you at all times. When you are carrying a back pack, please don’t hang in on the back of a chair or leave it on the floor. It is a good idea to wear a money belt to reduce that chances of getting money stolen. Please be cautious at all times and try not to go out at night alone but stay in large groups....

28 Feb

Traffic

Please look for cars both ways when crossing the streets. The streets in this country are a lot more chaotic. Most passengers do not wear seatbelts and the motorcyclists ride with 3 – 6 passengers at a time. There are not too many traffic lights and if there are, not too many locals follow the signage on the road. Therefore it is best to travel with the group....

28 Feb

Water Activities / Life Jacket Safety

Please be careful when you are doing any activities in the ocean or rivers. The waves and currents can be very strong at times, some parts of the ocean have stronger currents than other parts. It is important that you know how to swim when participating in any water activities.   There will be lifejackets provided for you in most boat rides. There are times where there may not be any lifejackets available, such as on a catamaran, since the ride is very slow moving. If you would like to have a...

28 Feb

Visas

Please visit the consular website of the country your visiting for details of up-to date information whether you require a visa to enter the country. Your consultant can answer any questions you may have before booking your trip. It is your responsibility to have the proper documentation when travelling....

28 Feb

What to pack for your trip

Please pack as light as possible when travelling. Check the weather conditions so you can prepare the proper clothing for rain or sunshine. You may be expected to carry some of your luggage in some areas of the trip, if you can carry a backpack, that would be great! Some backpacks have wheels, which is fine, although it is best that you have a strap that goes over your shoulder. You will need a backpack when going on day trips, to carry your water, camera, swim cloths, towel..etc ...

28 Feb

Hurricane season

Travelshore monitors the weather conditions and keeps a close eye out for any situations that may happen, such as; mudslides, flooding, landslides, or any other natural disturbances. Hurricane season is usually in the months of June to November....

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