|Avg Max||28.8 °C||28.8 °C||29.3 °C||30 °C||31.1 °C||32.4 °C||32.5 °C||32.5 °C||32.6 °C||32.2 °C||30.5 °C||29 °C|
|Avg Min||17.4 °C||17.2 °C||17.7 °C||18.8 °C||19.9 °C||20.8 °C||21 °C||20.9 °C||20.6 °C||20 °C||19.1 °C||18 °C|
|Rainfall||190.3 mm||139.9 mm||128.7 mm||123.6 mm||137.3 mm||57.1 mm||69.7 mm||81.1 mm||66.1 mm||111 mm||228.4 mm||231.8 mm|
|Suncampdr||Calle Principal #40, Munoz||Apartment||88|
|Tubagua Plantation Village||Km. 18 Luperon Highway Tubagua, Puerto Plata||Guesthouse||-|
|Hostel Villa Carolina||Virginia E. Ortea No. 9||HOSTEL||89|
|Permaville Volunteer Hostel||Calle PrincipalMunoz In front of Tomar Antigua Restaurant||HOSTEL||-|
|The Yellow House||Calle Principal||Hostel||-|
See also International Telephone Calls
INPOSDOM is the national postal service of the Dominican Republic and unfortunately, although things are getting better, is not known for its fast and efficient services. It takes at least a few weeks for your letter or postcard to arrive in the USA and even longer for Europe or other continents. It costs from RD$3 to North America and from RD$4 elsewhere for standard letters and postcards. Post offices generally are open from around 8:00am to 3:00pm, though in big cities and tourist resort areas there are sometimes longer hours and you can usually give your postcards are major hotels and resorts as well at all times. Stamps are available at post offices, but at many shops and kiosks and some hotels as well. Sending packages is not recommended through the official postal service, and it's much better to use good international courier companies like UPS, TNT or DHL.
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