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My family are going to Iberostar Haciendas Dominicus in Bayahibe at Easter - and keep reading conflicting reports on what currency to take.
We are going all inclusive, but still want to do some trips, and maybe give tips.
Should we take American Dollars or Dominican Pesos?
Would travellers cheques be better.
Traveller cheques can be exchanged in some areas but you will lose money on the exchange of them.
Or take your debit card and use a ATM which will give out pesos at a good rate, but do tell your bank the dates that you will be in the DR as they dominican pesos converted to us dollars put a stop on it for dominican pesos converted to us dollars use.
Edited: 06 March 2010, 10:23 The best currency for the is the currency of the Dominican Republic: the Dominican peso.
The second best is the US dollar.
Go to your local bank and exchange banks and see which will get you the most bang for your "buck".
Spread out the money you are bringing among the people traveling and in a few different dominican pesos converted to us dollars keep a list of the spots though, so you don't lose track of one!
Once at the hotel, put it in the safe.
As you say, you won't need very much anyway.
If you know what tours you want to do now, you may free games novomatic able to contact the vendors and see if you can use a currency that you already have.
If you were going to go to Saona Island with Seavis Bayahibe, I know that they quote just click for source tour in Euros so you can pay them that way but I don't know about the pound.
For tipping both are fine, but in the same way as you and I lose a bit making purchases with the US dollar, so will the locals whom you click the following article tipping.
For their sake you could opt for pesos, but if US funds are easier for you then dominican pesos converted to us dollars marginal difference is mitigated by your personal convenience.
You can also go to the ATM at the hotel it's well hidden at the Iberostar down a hallway to the left of the front desk and through a door which takes you to the medical clinic or on the pedestrian street in Dominicus.
They will dispense pesos and that way you need only take as much as you need every couple of days.
At the hotel and even the bank in Dominicus, they have a limit on small bills and can't often provide as much as many of us interactive bowling games free />You'll want to have exact change if you haggle on a price for a piece of art or jewelery.
Kaki Thanks for the responses so far.
I didn't mention in my initial post - we are from the UK, so our "regular" currency is the UK pound!
I presumed you were from the UK too, so both replies were on the mark with that!
Have a great trip.
Kaki Hi there Whilst I totally agree with the girls regarding using the DR Pesos.
Getting small denomination Pesos can be a struggle.
Yes I know that a tip in Pesos is better.
But there's been times when I've found it impossible to split a 500 Pesos noteSo ended up not tipping.
Local shopping thenYES, use Pesos.
Expect to pay the same for items as you would over here.
For us "regulars" what the girls are saying is correct but for "first timers" take a mixture, It's easier.
Happy Hols Sparky Edited: 09 March 2010, 05:00 Looking at the post I think given we will be giving tips,going on trips and paying for the visas it's dollars for us.
As I said, for YOUR convenience you can use US dollars the whole way and don't worry about pesos at all.
Don't worry about trying to get the best deal and don't worry about taking some of both.
One currency is much easier and the US dollars are easier for most of us foreigners.
Don't convert to one currency and then another.
here be losing money over and over again and there should be no need.
There are cambios in every area of tourist DR including one at the IHD and one on the pedestrian street just off the public beach at Dominicus the way that I recommend you get there.
are spades msn games free me won't get a great exchange rate at the hotel ones.
I've never used one and get a better rate and value buying my US dollars at home.
I used one once to cash a traveler's cheque and when they charged me 10% for the service I never brought them again they will convert at a lower rate so you lose out.
Again, bring them for YOUR convenience but not because you will get the best deals using them.
There is an ATM at the hotel AND on the pedestrian street as well.
When I was a first timer I didn't use pesos at all.
Who wants to be bogged down with all that converting and math when on site?
Whenever I'm asked which should I take, I provide a fully explained answer as above but the other questions of "what do I need to henna games free or "what is easiest to take that will cover my needs" will elicit other possible answers.
Like Sparky, I said to see what you could buy at home for the best rate and to ensure that you get small currency, in particular US ones.
Find out about your bank's service charges when using a credit card.
I am charged extra but it's for using a foreign currency of any kind.
If the store or service processes my purchase in pesos, it is converted from pesos to Canadian dollars, not going through US dollars like Sparky mentioned.
Maybe that's a British thing, but for other readers I'll mention that it's not always dominican pesos converted to us dollars case.
Kaki Hi Again Must be a British thing.
Because on the couple of occaisions I paid for trips with my card Long, long time ago.
Then when my CC company charged they converted to £ Sterling.
As I said ,ended up costing 10% more.
Strange that they haven't converted to DR Pesos when you used your Read more to pay.
Happy Hols Sparky It's pretty common that the tours and excursions bought off the resort are cheaper and it may be that the conversion rate can help with that too.
Off the resort, the tours are not charged in US dollars but they can give you a price in US funds though they charge it in pesos.
That said, many of the off resort tour operators don't take credit cards so it wouldn't be an issue anyway!
It went through on my credit card as pesos.
They told you the price in any currency you wanted so you knew what you were dealing with some on the tour were quoted in Euros but the same price in pesos was processed on all credit cards regardless of country of origin.
Sparky I think there's a misunderstanding between us.
My transactions are going directly from pesos to Canadian dollars.
In your last longer post you said it was strange that my CC company didn't go from pesos to Canadian dollar but that's exactly what I'm saying they're doing.
The way I see it, the US conversion is actually unrelated.
The price that will be charged is the peso price.
If you ask "how much?
If you ask dominican pesos converted to us dollars the price in American dollars, they already know how much they are charging in US funds and it may be a better deal for us if it's easier for them to round down.
It's not that they in the put such a premium on the US dollar that they factor it into their price conversions.
Some hotel lobby shops have the prices in US dollars and some use pesos.
The credit card slip will again show in pesos.
I have very often paid for a purchase that had price tags in US funds with US funds and then received pesos as change.
It's the change that's computed on their cash register and is easy to calculate.
It's the same if you shop at the Bayahibe Food Market.
They only use the US dollar as a service to us.
I don't know if I'm at all clear so maybe I'll just leave it alone now.
If anybody has any particular questions, let me know.
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