Dominican Republic Study Tour (Spring 2018)

Experience pre-Columbian history with a gorgeous tropical island backdrop in this Caribbean treasure. With its diverse natural surroundings and the artistic flair of its capital city, the Dominican Republic offers plenty of opportunity for students to immerse themselves in the vibrant Latin American culture. Outdoor adventures, local community service and bachata dance lessons highlight the variety of unforgettable experiences that await.

DATES: March 10 – 17, 2018
PRICE: $2,575/student

Learn more at our next information session: Wednesday, April 19, 1:30pm in Dwight Hall 305

The Tour Includes:

  • Round-trip international airfare from Boston to Santo Domingo, DR
  • Local hotel accommodations
  • Local transportation throughout trip
  • English-speaking local guides to help with local transport
  • Breakfasts in hotels
  • Local lunches and dinners (unless otherwise specified)
  • Entrance fees to monuments and museums (Museo Memorial de la Resistencia, Mirabal Sisters Museum, etc.)
  • Guided Tours (Monkey Jungle, 27 Waterfalls, Dajabón, Border of Lights, Colonial Zone, etc.)
  • Bachata dance lessons
  • Surfing lessons
  • Service projects with local youth groups
  • All gratuities

Course Links (Spring 2018)

  • ENGL 203 Contemporary Global Literature
  • GLST 101 Introduction to Global Studies
  • HSTW 337 Caribbean History

For more information please contact Dr. Lissa Bollettino (History) or Dr. Sandy Hartwiger (English).