Punta Cana: white sand and turquoise water
Where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean Sea is Punta Cana, a true paradise on Earth.
Punta Cana is one of the best destinations for resting, ideal for those looking for a vacation of pure relaxation, on beaches with warm, clear waters, surrounded by coconut trees.
Truly cinematic tropical landscapes
Known for its all-inclusive resorts and dreamy beaches, it is no coincidence that Punta Cana is one of the most sought after places in Latin America by tourists from all over the world.
Summer or winter, this location on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic is always a good choice for a vacation with a tropical flavor, as the climate always offers high temperatures, combined with beautiful, long, white sandy beaches and sparkling turquoise waters.
In addition to the dolce far niente that so many are looking for in Punta Cana, there are also many activities to choose from, such as boat trips, diving in the sea, in lagoons or cenotes, zip lines, water sports and many other options. Mandatory are trips to the islands of Saona and Catalina, idyllic stops virtually unspoilt, and dives in the Hoyo Azul cenote and in the lagoons of the Ojos Indígenas Ecological Reserve.
Golf is also a very popular activity in Punta Cana, known for having some of the best courses in the entire Caribbean, as well as parasailing over the Caribbean Sea, an experience that is unique and unmissable.
Land of traditions, culture and fun
The Punta Cana region is much more than a beach and resort destination.
If you like to discover the history and traditions of a destination when you visit it, and if you are looking for, in addition to pure rest, also entertainment and fun, then get ready for the huge offer you will find here. Excursions and safaris in the region are frequent and some of the most important stopping places include the Basilica Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia, one of the most important pilgrimage sites in the country, the local Don Lucas Cigars cigar factory, the Chocolate Museum, the Museum Indigenous Yucayeke, or the house where Ponce de Léon, 16th century Spanish explorer, lived.
At night, with your thirst for knowledge satisfied, seek pure fun in one of Punta Cana's many nightlife establishments. Bars, clubs and casinos are the main engines operating at night in this incredible corner of the world.