Dominican Republic surfing, North shore

Surfing the North Shore, Dominican Republic: Photo of the Day

The Dominican Republic is home to some of the Caribbean’s best world class surf breaks.

The North, East and South coasts of the Dominican Republic all experience different swell and seasonal surfing conditions. The North coast, bordering on the Atlantic Ocean, is the most consistent year-round surf, but the absolute best conditions are typically from September to the end of March. Alternatively, the South coast, bordering the Caribbean Sea, experiences its best waves in the summer months from May until the end of August. Check out the current conditions.

Last updated by Patrick Bennett on .

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