Top attractions in Punta Cana
Top 7 things to do in Punta Cana
Looking for a tropical paradise where your holiday snaps match the postcards? Then look no further. Punta Cana is the perfect choice for anyone looking for some sun and sand. But if you're looking for some more direction, here are some tips for your stay.
1. Cap Cana
This secluded getaway is a golfers dream, with courses designed by Jack Nicklaus. But with 5 star hotels, glorious beaches, and an adventure park, there's something for everyone at Cap Cana.
2. Catalina Island, Dominican Republic
A popular tourist destination and docking point for Caribbean cruise ships, Catalina Island is the perfect place to spend some time relaxing on the pristine beaches.
3. Puntacana Resort and Club
With everything you could possibly want on site and the fastest resort connection from Punta Cana International Airport, you can start relaxing at Puntacana Resort and Club as soon as you arrive.
4. Altos de Chavon
The areas' biggest attraction, this re-creation of a medieval European village also hosts huge international music artists and is one stop you don't want to miss on your trip.
This famous ship wreck is a favourite diving spot for tourists!
6. Macao Beach
One of Punta Cana's best know beaches, and a must visit when in the region!
7. Punta Cana Ziplines
Feeling adventurous? Why not book onto an adventure zipline tour?
Planning Your Visit
Where is Punta Cana?
Punta Cana is on the east coast of the Dominican Republic, and has for a long time been a popular spot for European holiday makers. Now, however, it is now attracting more American tourists.
How to get there
The easiest access is by plane to Punta Cana International Airport. From there, getting to your resort is simple, as most resorts offer transfers from your arrival gate.
Good to know
- DOP ($ or RD$)
- Time Zone
- UTC (-04:00)
- Country Code
- Best time to visit
- The dry season, which offers less rainfall and warm temperatures, runs from March to mid-July. Keep in mind that hurricane season peaks in the area in September and October!
Other Sightseeing Options in Punta Cana
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What people are saying about Punta Cana
Highly recommended!!! Remember to bring your own bandana/head scarf and sunglasses. They can be little pricey at the gift shop. I also recommend purchasing the pictures. I paid $40 (plus a $5 tip) for about 40 pictures!!! The memories are priceless!
Great walk and very interesting information provided by our guide. Good shoes are a must, we walked through loadsof mud and little streams, so count on your shoes getting muddy and wet, we didn t mind that.
The only reason trip does not get 5 stars is the stop at the giftshop which i consider a waste of time. USD40 for swimming shorts made in china is a ripoff. I would rather spend the time in Isla Saona
Pedro, the driver was very nice, my first impression on DR was great!!! It was a bit late to pick us up but he made it up with music and conversation, tips and suggestions!!!
It was a decent excursion. 3 stops but at 2 of the stops people are relentlessly hounding u to buy stuff. it is very uncomfortable and stressful. 120 dollars later .