Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic occupies two thirds of the island of Hispaniola. The other third belongs to Haiti. It is one of the destinations of our Costa cruise in the Caribbean. Santo Domingo is the capital of the Dominican Republic. You will visit the colonial district, legacy of the Spanish conquistadores, which was the core of the first city of the “New World”. Palm trees on the beach are the typical postcard of the Caribbean; you’ll find them in La Romana, while in Catalina you’ll enjoy the Costa hospitality that allows you to spend the day on a beach entirely dedicated to Costa passengers. The region boasts the best coffee plantations so you cannot head back without drinking at least one cup. What more could you ask for from a cruise in the Dominican Republic? Sun, sea, good food, relaxing atmosphere. There is everything you need to replenish your reserves of good humour and happiness.

Ports featured

Catalina Island

On Catalina Island there is a private beach exclusively reserved for Costa Cruise passengers and reachable only by rowing boat because engines and noise are banned here. What an oasis!

Unmissable shore excursions

Some of the most beautiful moments you can experience on a cruise.