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May 13, 2014
  • JetBlue launches two new routes from Newark to Santiago and Punta Cana
  • Arts, crafts and Dominican traditions at Guibia Park kiosk
  • Expo Mango 2014
  • New reality show focuses on Dominican beaches
  • DR Golf Open in Casa de Campo this week
JetBlue launches two new routes from Newark to Santiago and Punta Cana
Travelers who prefer Newark International Airport (EWR) to the northeast of the US can now fly JetBlue. The leading air carrier to the Dominican Republic recently began its Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to Cibao International Airport in Santiago. The new flight is part of JetBlue's strategy to strengthen its positioning as the leading airline serving the New York region and the Caribbean.
JetBlue has also begun flights from Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) to Punta Cana International Airport in the eastern Dominican Republic.
"We now offer customers 69 nonstop routes from the US to the Caribbean and more than 200 daily flights to, from and within the Caribbean, which is more than any other airline. We will continue to expand our presence in this region to better connect families and friends, create international business opportunities and bring Americans to the wonderful leisure destinations across the Caribbean," said JetBlue President Robin Hayes.
JetBlue's schedule between Newark (EWR) and Santiago (STI):
EWR to STI: STI to EWR:
Depart - Arrive Depart - Arrive
8:24 am - 12:24 pm 1:20 pm - 5:15 pm
JetBlue's schedule between Fort Lauderdale (FLL) and Punta Cana (PUJ):
FLL to PUJ: PUJ to FLL:
Depart - Arrive Depart - Arrive
11:05 am - 1:29 pm 2:25 pm - 5:09 pm.
Arts, crafts and Dominican traditions at Guibia Park kiosk
The Santo Domingo Cluster, in cooperation with the Santo Domingo city government opened the "KiosKo Dominicano" at Plaza Guibia on the Malecon last week. USAID supported the venture by funding the kiosk that seeks to provide a recreational space for exhibiting the country's traditions and customs. Freddy Ginebra, general coordinator for the Santo Domingo Tourism Cluster says that the 400-square meter kiosk has enough space to showcase arts and crafts, artwork and samples Dominican food. From this point, tourists will be able to board the Santo Domingo Sightseeing Tour run by Gray Line.
Ginebra said the kiosk should be seen as a "meeting point" where people can learn about Dominican culture.
Expo Mango 2014
Mark 5-8 June 2014 on your calendar and head for Bani in the southwestern Dominican Republic. Expo Mango is an annual event not to be missed by anyone who loves biting into a luscious mango. More than 200 varieties are available at farm prices during the mango festival that will be held at the central park in Bani, about an hour's drive from Santo Domingo. The producers will be there to give explanations on the varieties. There will also be arts and crafts on display, as well as tastings.
New reality show focuses on Dominican beaches
A new reality series is airing on E television. Escape Club is a one-hour, real-life soap opera where 12 men and women leave their old lives behind them, head for a resort getaway in Punta Cana on the eastern coast of the Dominican Republic and look for a change in their destinies.
The reality show will have them cut off from the outside world and they will soon learn that living on an island isn't all about suntans and champagne. They must now fight for their spot on the island and prove that they are worthy of the grand prize - an entire year with all expenses paid to extend the escape.
The series starts on E! on Sunday, 8 June at 10pm.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXFe6V5Wbvc
DR Golf Open in Casa de Campo this week
Teeth of the Dog in Casa de Campo is hosting the Dominican Republic Golf Open, the leading golf tournament to be held this year. Cash prize for the event is US$150,000. The tournament is operated under the PGA Tour Latin America (NecSeries Tour). Players are likely to represent Latin American countries in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics now that golf is an Olympic sport.
Teeth of the Dog by Pete Dye is one of the legendary golf courses in the Americas, consistently ranked among the best in the region.
The tournament begins with an open qualifying round for unranked players on 12 May, to be followed by a practice round on Tuesday and pro-am tournament on Wednesday 14 May. Championship play is Thursday through Sunday, 15-18 May.

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