There is no "Volunteer Visa" available in the Dominican Republic, so you will have to purchase a Tourist Card
The Tourist Card can be acquired at the airport, or other point of sale locations in land or sea ports in the country, and it is valid for up to 30 days
It can be obtained
or directly at the airport upon arrival in the Dominican Republic and paid for in US Dollars ($10 USD). Some tour operators include the Tourist
Card in their travel packages. You must also present a valid passport when entering the Dominican Republic.
Nationals of Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Israel, Japan, Peru, South Korea and Uruguay are exempt of issuing a Tourist Card. And, if you are a resident of the United Kingdom, or
currently hold a valid visa to enter the United States, Canada or any European Union country, you may also enter the Dominican Republic with a Tourist Card and a valid passport.
All other countries are required to issue a Tourist Card upon entry, unless your country has another type of agreement with the Dominican Republic, in which case, you'll need a