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= DOP=1 GBP
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What to spend your pesos on

  • Bottle of water

    30 DOP

  • Santo Domingo Metrocard

    30 DOP

  • Entrance to the Catedral Primada de América

    30 DOP

  • Boat trip around the Park of the Three Eyes in Santo Domingo

    50 DOP

  • One full day of scuba diving for two at Bayahibe

    140 DOP

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Must-sees in the Dominican Republic

  • Punta Cana
  • The beaches at Punta Cana are second to none for stunning sunsets and crystal-clear seas, while the city is also home to the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park – a lagoon-filled paradise.
  • Santo Domingo
  • The Park of the Three Eyes is one of the most spectacular and picturesque sights in the Caribbean, and the National Botanical Garden matches it for beauty and tranquillity.

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How the pesos pile up

The peso has been the official currency of the Dominican Republic for over 150 years. Every peso is made up of 100 centavos (the Spanish word for ‘cent’), but coins for any value below 1 peso are not typically used as a result of inflation.

It is a good idea to keep a small collection of coins with you to be used for tipping; this way, you can be sure your tip will go directly to your waiter or waitress. A tip of around 10% is the usual etiquette and this may sometimes be added directly onto your bill.

Commonly used banknotes

The notes you’re likely to use the most are for the value of: 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000 Dominican pesos. Notes for 2,000 pesos have been in circulation since 2000. As recently as ten years ago, the USD (American dollar) was also accepted in the Dominican Republic, but this is no longer the case. Even if you could use your dollars last time you were here, make sure you don’t bring any with you this time.

Buying Dominican Republic Pesos online is easy

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  • 3. Pay online
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*The figures provided are indicative only and are there to provide an idea of the amount of travel money you may need during your trip.

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