Puerto Plata Access Passport®

Puerto Plata Access Passport is the tool travelers and resident foreigners can easily consult when needing easy to find, comprehensive information about the most essential subjects in the North Dominican Republic. Find all the foreign embassies and consulates in the DR; immigration offices, airports, medical centers, emergency numbers, and direct lines to the Tourist Police (Politur) in every city of the North. Navigate the menu selection for the full list of government institutions, utility services, road assistance, transit police and much more.

Presidency

Dominican Republic Presidency The government of the Dominican Republic is based on a representative democracy. It is divided into three branches of government independent of...

Immigration

Dominican Immigration The Dominican Immigration Directorate is the governmental body called to exercise the legal safeguard of the sovereignty of our territory through immigration control,...

Embassies

Foreign Embassies Foreign Embassies in the Dominican Republic are the backbone of travel, as some tourists and resident foreigners might need assistance regarding lost or...

Consulates

Foreign Consulates This list contains all the foreign consulates in the Dominican Republic, by alphabetical order. Some are located in Santo Domingo, Puerto Plata, Santiago,...

Politur

Dominican Republic Tourist Police Politur Dominican Republic Tourist Police is a special police to protect tourists, also referred to as the Tourist Police. They are...

Dominican Republic E-Ticket

E Ticket Dominican Republic E Ticket Dominican Republic is the official electronic ticket registration form to fill out before traveling in or out of the...

Airports

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Emergencies

Puerto Plata 911 The Puerto Plata 911 line is the national emergency  and security system in Dominican Republic, the hub that connects all first responder...

Living in the Dominican Republic

The Access Passport also includes information specific for expats living in the island long term, specifically in the North areas of Puerto Plata, Sosua, Cabarete, Cofresi and Costambar. Use the menu or the live search button to find all you need to know about housing, local transportation, health care, insurance, schools, taxes, banking, medical centers, mail services, telecom, shipping companies and every key aspect of moving, living and working in the Dominican Republic.

 
The Access Passport is published by the Puerto Plata Travel Guide; to help foreigners enjoy a better travel and living experience in the island. This section has a language translation button in the footer, able to translate in six languages: Spanish, English, French, German, Italian and Russian.