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What's weather like in Santo Domingo?

five local experts

Does Santo Domingo get rain? Snow? Hail? What's summer weather like? Here's what five local experts had to say about weather and precipitation in Santo Domingo.

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For a Caribbean city, it’s very modern in terms of the entertainment that it offers, it also has great restaurants. But be warned about the city’s traffic, as traffic jams can easily last over an hour, and drivers don’t always abide by traffic laws. Also the city is very hot and humid.

Anonymous, says: 2022

Our city has a lot of traffic on peak hours. It’s weather is quite hot year-round. We have deliveries from almost any store or supermarket. People are very friendly, and are always willing to help others. It is quite safe to live in Santo Domingo, even though you should always protect yourself.

Wilder, says: 2020

It’s a very fast-paced city with a lot of traffic due to bad organization of the public transportation. The people are incredibly nice, warm and the culinary experience is one of a kind. The beaches are worldwide known because of its clear water and perfect weather.

Heleary, says: 2020

A couple of things be aware if you are moving to Santo Domingo are that, even though is a beautiful city traffic during the morning tends to be really heavy. There are a lot of people who use motor cycles as their main transportation mean and you have to be always aware of your surroundings when you are headed somewhere. Most days are sunny, because we live in the tropics but rain can come at any given moment which make the weather really unpredictable.

Amanda, says: 2020

If you are thinking about living in Santo Domingo you should first consider the weather, it has a tropical wet climate and is usually hot. Another point to be careful about is public transportation, which is not good or consistent. renting in the wrong neighborhood could bring about some issues if detailed research is not conducted first.

Dorian, says: 2020
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