Dominican Republic Cultural Analysis

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Chapter 1: Cultural Analysis: The chapter focuses and is centralize on the cultural environment and phenomena of Dominican Republic. We have tried to study and determine the cultural factors on how and what our service will be. Along the run our introduction will tell us the main points in Dominican Republic’s Cultural Analysis. I. INTRODUCTION: “Dios, Patria, Libertad” God, Fatherland, Freedom, Dominican Republic is a country on the island of Hispaniola, in the archipelago in the Caribbean region, making it as the second largest Caribbean nation after, Cuba. Being blessed with such a beautiful and bountiful diversity, tourism plays a big role when it comes to their business. Known for the warm and hospitable people, Dominican Republic is …show more content…

Dominican Republic’s area ordered 132nd with about 48,670km2 (18790 sq. mi) of its total area including offshore island; land area 48,320km2; water area 350km2 which roughly the size of Vermont and New Hampshire merge the total land margins of 376km. Caribbean occupies five-eighths of the island of Hispaniola amid the Caribbean Sea and Norht5 Atlantic Ocean, east of Haiti. Dominican Republic splits from Puerto Rico. Terrain rugged highland and mountains with fertile Valleys interspersed the raise extreme of lowest point in Lago Enriquillo with -46m and a peak point in Pico Duarte 3,098 …show more content…

Climate Dominican Republic is a tropical, maritime nation. Conditions are improved-quality in much area by upgrading and by the northeast trade winds which steadily blow from the Atlantic. The annual temperature was higher than the regional temperature. Temperature rarely rise above 32oC (89,6oF) and the highest mountain freezing temperature befalls only in winter season. From the month of January the typical temperature in Santo Domingo is 24oC (75.2oF) and 27oC (80.6oF) in the month of July. From November to December starts the rainy season for the northern coast, for the rest of the country the drizzly season is from May to November. The annual rainfall is about 1,346 mm with extreme of 2,500 mm or more in the south-western valleys. The western Valley remain reasonably dry along the Haitian Border with the less annual perception, due to the rain shadow effect cause, The Dominican Republic is now impaired by tropical storm and hurricanes which originate in the mid-Atlantic and South-eastern Caribbean from June to

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