The Dominican Republic lifestyle
make it your island
Ready to upgrade your life? In the Dominican Republic, it's possible.
You Deserve to Live the Caribbean Lifestyle
And on the DR's North Coast, making it happen is easier (and more affordable) than you might think.
Over 6.5 million people visited the Dominican Republic in 2018, making it the number 1 tourist destination in the entire Caribbean.
People come for the vibrant culture and beautiful climate.
They stay for the low cost of living and efficient real estate market.
And THE place to be on this not-so-little island?
The DR’s North Coast.
Caribbean Lifestyle, Latin American Prices
On the North Coast, you can enjoy the full Caribbean lifestyle—at a fraction of the price.
Here you can live well, even on a pensioner’s budget.
A couple can live comfortably on $1,200 USD per month. With a $2,000 monthly budget, you can really enjoy the good life.
You can also benefit from a variety of tax incentives when you retire, own property or invest in the Dominican Republic.
Why is the North Coast Lifestyle So Comfortable? Here Are a Few Reasons
From basic necessities to high-end luxury items, never go without. There are more amenities and services available here than elsewhere in the Caribbean.
No matter where you live on the North Coast, you’re always just a short drive—or short walk—from a beautiful sandy beach.
The government, as well as big players in the tourism industry, are investing heavily in the area. From roads to harbours hotels, new infrastructure continues to be built.
How would you like to play golf in the middle of February? There are three high-end golf courses on the North Coast for you to play regularly, as well as 26 great courses across the island.
Whether you love being on the water—or prefer to watch the waves from shore—you can make the ocean a part of your new DR lifestyle.
RESTAURANTS & NIGHTLIFE
Choose from dozens of international cuisines at high-quality, yet affordable restaurants in Sosua and Puerto Plata. And enjoy great nightlife in town or on the beach in Cabarete.