What’s the weather like in the Dominican Republic in March?
With a warm, tropical climate, the Dominican Republic is an ideal holiday destination for springtime sunshine. While the UK is still very mild, the island is perfect for enjoying lovely hot days under clear blue or partly cloudy skies, making it a great place to relax on the picturesque beaches. March is still in the dry season, so there’s very little chance of rain as you bask in the glorious Caribbean sunshine.
In the Dominican Republic, average daytime temperatures are around 26°C at this time of year. With highs of 29°C at the hottest part of the day you’ll need to seek shade and use plenty of sun cream, while the evenings are a balmy 23°C. The island experiences around 55mm of rain in March, depending on where you’re staying. With just four wet days, you’ll likely escape the showers, but if it does rain it’s usually short-lived. The Dominican Republic has around 12 hours of daylight and eight hours of sunshine every day, with sea temperatures of 26°C.