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Living in the Dominican Republic can be a great experience for expats: what's not to love about sunshine, turquoise waters, and friendly, multicultural local people? Read our Blog guides on living in the Dominican Republic for info on immigration, naturalization, healthcare, education, transport, cultural life, business, banking, real estate and a lot more.
- The people in the Dominican Republic are very friendly and you'll love the local food, but you should better practice your Spanish before moving there.
- You should be prepared to pay for a private insurance plan since the public healthcare system is not efficient enough.
- Hurricanes, tropical diseases, and crime can be threats to your general safety, but these dangers can all be avoided if you take a few precautions.