Santo Domingo, Caribbean Jet Charters
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Known as one of the oldest European settlements in the Americas, Santo Domingo is still resplendent in Spanish history, with buildings and structures that date back to the 16th century. Explore old and new from the walled city centre of Zona Colonial to the Malecon waterfront district. Go beyond the city limits to find pristine beaches and experience true Dominican Republic hospitality. Make time to catch a ball game to see future major league stars, and dance the night away in one of the city’s many nightspots.Read more about our private jet charter flights in Santo Domingo.
Santo Domingo Jet Charter Information
The capital of the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo is the oldest city in the Caribbean known for its cobblestone streets, spired cathedrals, walls and forts. Located on the southern coast of this joint island nation, Santo Domingo was settled in the early 1500s. It was founded by Christopher Columbus's brother, Bartolome Colombus, in 1496, as the first seat of the Spanish colonial empire in the New World. The city’s central neighborhood, Ciudad “Zona” Colonial, declared a world heritage site by UNESCO, features numerous structures that date back to 16th and 17th century, including the defence wall, which was used to keep the British out when they attempted to invade the city in 1655.
Things to Do in Santo Domingo
You cannot visit Santo Domingo without exploring the history that envelops Zona Colonial. Resting adjacent to the Ozama River, the area features numerous historical landmarks, including the New World’s oldest paved street, Calle Las Damas, as well as well as the Parque Colon, a central square where you can find the oldest church in the Americas, the Basilica Cathedral of Santa María la Menor, which opened in 1541. The Alcázar de Colón palace, located on the café–lined Plaza España, dates back to 1514 and was built for the son of Christopher Columbus, Diego Colón. Today it serves as an art museum and holds the Caribbean’s most important collection of European artworks. Another popular museum is the Trampoline Children’s Museum, which features interactive displays on science and The Dominican Republic’s ecosystem and culture. Built in 1502, Fortaleza Ozama, located on Calla Las Damas, is the oldest standing fort in the Americas where you can not only learn about local history, but get a great viewpoint of the city. Santo Domingo’s palm tree-lined Malecon waterfront district features modern buildings that house casinos and hotels as well as restaurants and nightclubs, where you can enjoy the local cocktail Mama Juana, made from rum, red wine, and honey, while swaying to the merengue. A sporting nation, enjoy a day of golf at Santo Domingo’s two 18-hole championship courses, Las Lagunas Country Club or Isabel Villas Country Club at Avenida Belice, or catch a baseball game. The Dominican Republic Winter League season runs from October to January and is a great way to see who will become the next David Ortiz, Pedro Martinez, or Sammy Sosa. Those looking for pristine beaches will want to travel a little beyond the city walls. While all-inclusive resorts line the Dominican Republic coastline, there are other options for day trips from the city. Boca Chica, a popular holiday spot located just 25 minutes east of the capital, offers a waveless lagoon protected by a coral reef with a shallow swimming area. You can enjoy lunch or dinner at a number of beachfront restaurants. Further east along the coast is Playa Caribe, a quiet beach on an inlet, and Juan Dolio, a larger beach that is lined with modern condos, boutique hotels and beachfront restaurants and cafés.
How to Book Charter Flights to Santo Domingo
Travel in comfort to the capital of the Dominican Republic with Stratos Jet Charters. We deliver the utmost is customer satisfaction for all Santo Domingo charter flights. Our private flight advisors are available 24/7 to arrange your charter flight from anywhere in the world. We go above and beyond to find you the right private aircraft that is most suitable for your needs, whether you’re an individual traveling on business, or on vacation with your loved ones. We have access to more than 8,000 airports in the US and around the world, all with runway lengths more than 4,000 feet, providing our clients with the highest level of airport flexibility, unlike commercial carriers that only have access to fewer than 500 domestic airports.
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Santo Domingo Jet Charter Airports
Most Santo Domingo private plane flights land and depart out of Las Americas International Airport (MDSD), as it is the closest and most convenient airport in the Dominican Republic capital. Otherwise, if you plan on visiting other cities in the Caribbean nation, you have the option of flying into Gregorio Luperon International Airport (MDPP) in Puerto Plata, Punta Cana International Airport (MDPC), La Romana Casa de Campo International Airport (MDLR), or Cibao International Airport (MDST) in Santiago de los Caballeros.