The month of June is the beginning of the rain season for the Dominican Republic. But situated in the Caribbean, its temperatures doesn’t fall by much. Instead, thrown into the intensity of the heat is this sticky humidity that calls for a cool breeze in the literal sense if not at least the cocktail.
Out by the coast, about 250 miles of it, there is at least some respite from the fresh ocean air.
In rain season, the coast looks moody, the sea isn’t quite so beautiful and the beach is almost deserted. But at sunset, you get a glimpse of what it might be.
Here’s a gallery of Dominican Republic’s northern shores in rain season: