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Published: Thu, 25 Jan 2007 20:35:14 +0100

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Required travel documents for Dominican Republic
Required travel documents for Dominican Republic: passport [...]



Electric power
Electric power: 110V / 60 Hz [...]



Area code to Dominican Republic
Area code to Dominican Republic: +1809 [...]



Telephones
The area code for the Dominican Republic is 809. To make a local call, dial the 7-digit number. International Calls From the D.R., there's direct-dial service to the U.S. and Canada. To reach the U.S. and Canada, dial 1, followed by the area code and num [...]



Electricity
The current is 110 volts, 60 cycles - just like in North America. You'll hear much talk about electrical blackouts, but they occur less frequently than they used to and tend to last only one to two minutes (when they're over, everyone claps). Hotels and [...]



Customs & Duties
Arriving in the Dominican Republic Most Caribbean islands wave tourists through immigration and customs with only a cursory question or two. These rules generally apply throughout the Caribbean: you're limited to bringing in 2 liters of alcohol, 2 carton [...]



Business Hours
Banks Banks are open weekdays 8:30-4:30. Post Offices Post offices are open weekdays 7:30-2:30. Shops Offices and shops are open weekdays 8-noon and 2-6, Saturday 8-noon. About 50% of the stores stay open all day, no longer closing for a midday siesta. [...]