Punta Cana: beaches, caves and backcountry charm
Spanning over 40 kilometres of beach along the Coconut Coast, Punta Cana is coveted by many tourists and enjoyed by many time-share owners. In fact, with more than 50 hotels, as well as easy, affordable flights from Canada, it’s the Dominican Republic’s largest resort town and the top travel destination in the Caribbean.
Things to do in Punta Cana
La Altagracia Cultural Route allows visitors to discover the backcountry and heritage buildings of Punta Cana and Bávaro. Travellers can take catamaran tours and go on snorkelling excursions to explore natural treasures and marvels under the sea.
Going out in Punta Cana
This beach town is equally known for its variety of spas, casinos, kids clubs, pools and a growing number of restaurants. When the sun goes down, tourists have their pick of nightclubs, including Imagine, which features a dance floor in a grotto!
For the sporty adrenaline seeker
Punta Cana offers zip lining for those needing a thrill—a unique way to see the country’s spectacular natural landscapes. Meanwhile, surfers will gravitate to the wild beach at Macao, the area’s best destination for surfing.
A trip to Punta Cana is a tourist’s ticket to fun, adventure, as well as rest and relaxation!