Punta Cana, a tropical paradise, a fabulous location. Punta Cana is the region located at the furthest eastern point of the Dominican Republic, known for its gorgeous white sand beaches, its luxurious resorts, and its tropical vibe. Catalina Island is a beautiful island with white sand beaches near the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic. It has three main beaches (the West, North and East beaches), which occupy more than two-thirds of its coastline. The island is small, with an area of only 5 square miles. On its southern edge, visitors to Catalina Island will find some unique rocky coasts. Since it’s a protected natural park, there are no buildings. There are plenty of raccoons and wild hares on the island, all of whom are accustomed to visitors taking photographs, but tourists should make sure to keep a safe distance from any wild animal they encounter.
Catamaran Tours Punta Cana offer so much more than just a ride. Their specialty is creating memories that will last a lifetime through an unforgettable snorkeling trip. These tours are perfect for weddings, birthdays, corporate events, and other special occasions. The fleet consists of several different catamarans – Teresa, Santa Maria, Forever Teresa, and Maite. Each watercraft has plenty of space to maximize the fun. Semi-private tours are also available, which means that there will be no more than 25 passengers aboard at one time. The catamaran staff will ensure that all customers get their proper mask and fin size for snorkeling, and a special platform is there for easy access to the catamaran from the water.
Perhaps the best way to experience the beauty of Punta Cana is to explore its natural landscapes. One of the most spectacular places to explore is the Hoyo Azul (Blue Hole), which is a natural sinkhole filled with crystal-clear water. Two different tours, each lead by experienced guides, are the best ways to see it. Hoyo Azul Cave Explorer take participants on a hike through the Dominican wilderness, which ends with a relaxing dip in the Hoyo Azul waters, while Hoyo Azul Zip Line sends participants on a series of adrenaline-fuelled flights over the Cap Cana forest before ending with a swim in Hoyo Azul.
Punta Cana is also a golfer’s destination, with 10 courses located all along the strip, a seaside escape with luxurious marinas and fine dining, and a wellness corner home to the country’s top spas, including the only Six Senses in the Caribbean. Wherever you settle on this brilliant white Punta Cana coastline-counting 11 Blue Flag certified beaches in its inventory-go beach hopping to enjoy its full splendor. From scenic surf-hub Macao and Bávaro’s hipster beaches Corales and Cortecito-lined with shops, water sports, and beachfront bars-to secluded Juanillo, among others. Spend a day away from the sand and you’ll find a myriad of inland adventures. Cool off in fresh water azure cenotes and lagoons tucked inside forests at Ojos Indígenas and Scape Park, where the family’s tweens can also enjoy ziplines and caving expeditions. Explore the lush Dominican countryside on an off-road safari, tumbling past roadside meat shops, and sugar cane plantations. Along the way, visit the country’s top pilgrimage site at the Basílica Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia, and feel the DR’s deep spiritual roots. Looking for Punta Cana airport transfer? Visit our friends at transferdmc.com!
Zipline Canopy Adventure, We’re half way our top 10 things to do in Punta Cana countdown but we could honestly have put either one of the excursions so far at the number one spot! especially this Zip line canopy tour which is a lot of fun. This adrenaline packed adventure is one of customer favorites because is not something you get to do everyday. You will slide down 15 platforms and 8 cable lines at treetops height across beautiful open valleys putting your tolerance of heights to the test. Experienced guides will be with you from start to finish especially when you’ll have to travel across a 2,500 feet long cable, that’s a 7 block distance! Definitely not one to miss.