About two thirds of the island of Hispaniola is occupied by the beautiful Dominican Republic. Celebrated for its year-round golf courses and sunny beaches, this small nation in the Greater Antilles is a popular destination for travellers around the world. But away from the resorts and bustling urban areas, the Dominican Republic becomes a glamper’s paradise, with backdrops of soaring mountains, coastal lagoons, cool lakes, and broad, lush plains. The nation’s diverse geography offers travellers a wide range of adventure activities such as surfing, hiking, diving, and kayaking. And with a tropical climate and an average temperature in the mid seventies Fahrenheit, you will never be more than a swimsuit away from a day in the sun.