Punta Cana - Bavaro Dominican Republic Vacation
Punta Cana is the name of a region in the easternmost tip of the Dominican Republic, the region is home to a coastline of sandy white beaches and to a town of the same name. Located in the province of La Altagracia and population estimated at 100,000, the region borders the Atlantic Ocean to the east. To the north, it borders Bávaro and El Cortecito beaches. It also limits with Cabeza de Toro, Cabo Engaño and further west with Juanillo.
Despite the area being fairly deserted, the proximity of Punta Cana to other major resort areas such as Bávaro and Uvero Alto make the town one of the top Caribbean destinations.
Punta Cana Activities
Most of your all-inclusive Punta Cana and Bavaro will meet every expectation: golf, scuba, fishing, windsailing, yachting, fine dining, relaxation, spas, children's programs and more. The sales staff is knowledgeable and available to consult and recommend the perfect resort to meet your expectations. Saona Island, located nearby, is popular for scuba diving. < Dolphin Swim Pricing Information >
Getting to Punta Cana Dominican Republic
American Airlines is a popular carrier that schedules flights from many US cities to Punta Cana International Airport (Airport Code: PUJ). Other major carriers from the United States include Spirit Airlines, USA 3000, Continental, US Airways and Delta. Air Canada also offers flights to Toronto].
The Punta Cana Airport has a beautiful thatched roof and is an open-air design, also meaning that few areas of the airport have air conditioning. Upon arriving at the Punta Cana airport, each passenger is required to purchase a $10.00 tourist card before entering immigration (unless you have a Dominican passport or a cedula residence card).
Peak Season: Peak season in Punta Cana tends to run from December to April. Prices in both airfare and hotel increase dramatically during these times, while dropping in the summer and early fall months.
Punta Cana / Bavaro Accommodations
The all-inclusive resorts are low-rise and beautiful. The grounds are lush and tropical with foliage, lagoons and palm trees along with peacocks, flamencos, ducks, parrots and other wildlife that stroll the resorts’ grounds. The majority of the resorts are very large and spread out – like small cities. This means lot of walking. Some resorts have golf carts and trams to accommodate guests’ needs.
Swimming with Dolphins Punta Cana
- Up Close and Personal with the Dolphins
- Fun and Eductional for Everyone
- Contact with the Dolphins Guaranteed
- Small Groups with the Dolphins
- Open 365 Days a Year
- Transportation Service Included
- Professional Photography Available
- 20 Minutes from All Punta Cana Resorts
- 15 Minutes from All Bavaro Resorts
Paddle out into a Pacific Island Adventure
Make a Splash in Exotic destinations
Reservation Office Hours
. M - F, 8am - 5pm, EST
. Saturday, 8am - 2pm, EST
. Sunday, Closed
. 24 Hours
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