La Romana Car Rental

Enterprise Car Rental Locations in La Romana

Enterprise Rent-A-Car is proud to serve customers looking for transportation in La Romana. As part of the largest rental car company in the world, which owns and operates more than 1.5 million vehicles, we’re sure to have a location near you or your travel destination. And while we are an internationally recognized brand, Enterprise remains family-owned with one goal in mind for our customers: to exceed your expectations for service and overall value.

La Romana Car Rental FAQs

No. Tap water in the Dominican Republic is not purified. Visitors should drink bottled water, available at neighborhood bodegas and supermarkets.

The currency in the DR is Dominican Pesos (DOP). However, in most tourist places is possible to pay in Dominican Pesos or in US Dollar.

Yes. Credit cards are widely accepted in main tourist areas and cities across the Dominican Republic. Visa or Mastercard cards are accepted wherever credit cards are accepted, and some destinations also accept American Express cards.

Dominican Republic daily temperatures are constant year-round, averaging 80°F (27°C).

The dry season runs from December through April, with warm temperatures, low humidity and sunshine. The dry season offers the best conditions for water sports (including surfing, snorkeling, diving, windsurfing, rafting and more).

The wet season runs from May to November, and brings the highest  temperatures (an average of 80-86°F/27-30°C) and high humidity. It rains more often during the wet season, but most of the time it will be sunny and warm.

To enter the Dominican Republic, you will need the following:

  • Valid passport with photo
  • A completed E-ticket
  • Proof a return travel

Depending on what country you are from, you may need an additional visa or travel documents to enter the Dominican Republic. Be sure to check with the Dominican Republic consulate for up-to-date information on entry requirements.

For more FAQs, please visit our FAQ page.

Should I Rent a Car in La Romana

What’s the best way to get around La Romana? Shuttles might seem convenient, but typically, they only go to major attractions, making it more difficult to get to smaller attractions or towns. Hiring a driver can get expensive, and public transportation forces you to adhere to someone else’s schedule on your vacation.

When you rent a car from Enterprise, you have the flexibility to customize your trip. Enjoy the fun things you want to do when it is convenient for your schedule – no one else’s. Ready to relax at Playa Mariposa? Or find something fabulous at the Multiplaza?

With your Enterprise Rental Car, you can arrive early (or later) and visit these awe-inspiring attractions without crowded tour buses.
Whether you’re looking for customization or convenience, renting a car through Enterprise will help you make the most of your La Romana vacation.

Top Attractions Near La Romana

  • Playa Mariposa – a popular and beautiful beach characterized with sandy shores and turquoise waters.
  • Altos de Chavon – this architectural wonder is a 16th century replica of a Mediterranean village perched high above the Chavón River.
  • Río Chavón (Chavón River) – a scenic river near La Romana that served as a popular backdrop for movies like Jurassic Park, Rambo and Apocalypse Now
  • Catalina Island – known for its gorgeous white sand beaches surrounded by tropical palm trees.
  • Multiplaza – a local shopping center complete with clothing stores and other goods.
  • Isla Saona (Saona Island) – the Dominican Republic's largest coastal island.
  • Parque Nacional del Este (National Park of the East) – one of Dominican Republic’s most biologically diverse land reserves, complete with tropical forest, limestone landscape and native wildlife. Don’t miss nearby Boca de Yuma, a quiet fishing town perfect for quiet, cultural strolls.
  • Cueva de las Maravillas – travel underground into a deep cavern estimated to be over 100,000 years old!
  • Bayahibe – a popular beach town known for its laid-back vibe and distinctive Dominican culture.
  • Casa de Campo – known as the best golf resort in the region, its Pete Dye-designed golf courses include Teeth of the Dog®, the #1 course in the Caribbean.

Top Cities Near La Romana

  • Higuey – only 45 minutes from La Romana and full of things to see. Bring your walking shoes because there are endless historical sites to see, including Museo de La Altagracia (Museum of La Altagracia) or Parroquia de San Dionisio (Parish of San Dionisio) – one of the oldest churches in North America! Need something quicker? Take one of the city’s many bike tours for a faster, funkier view of Higuey.
  • Punta Cana – an hour away from La Romana and filled with sandy shores, Punta Cana makes for a perfect day trip. Known for it’s classical crystal-clear waters, it’s the best destination for those looking to relax and recharge from the excitement of day-to-day life.
  • Bayahibe – get ready to play in Dominicus, only 30 minutes away from La Romana. Relax at the famous Playa Dominicus (Dominicus Beach), explore reefs and caverns while scuba diving, or visit Parque Nacional Cotubanamá (Cotubanamá National Park), one of the most treasured locations in the Dominican Republic with hiking trails, natural pools, caves with pictographs and petroglyphs and so much more.