Discover Punta Cana in Dominican Republic
So you have a boring life with a boring 9 to 5 job. But when it comes to your holidays, you are looking for the best! And what can be more relaxing than to spend a few days far away from your daily routine, on a warm and sunny tropical beach? If this is the kind of holiday you are dreaming of, then Punta Cana bavaro can be the perfect destination!
Punta Cana is a part of the Punta Cana – Bávaro county found in the Eastern side of the Dominican Republic and it is famous for its sunny beaches and complex resorts. It is a wanted tourist destination for more than 40 years now with a great weather (an average temperature of 30o C – 86o F), lots of wonderful hotels and resorts and very hospitable people. The waters around here are mainly shallow allowing tourists to swim with no dangers at all. There are plenty of beaches to choose from, and some of the most famous are: Bavaro, Arena Gorda, Uvero Alto, Cabeza de Toro and Juanillo, and now you can kitesurfing in Punta Cana
The nearest airport is the Punta Cana International Airport, which is one of the busiest from the Caribbean. It was build in 1984 to facilitate tourism and since then it receives millions of tourists each year. After a 30 minutes drive from the airport, you will get to Punta Cana and check in at the resort of your choice. There are many to choose from, each one trying to offer the best services you could possibly get. The first ever made is the Puntacana Resort and Club and other famous ones would be the Cap Cana, the Roko Ki, the Palma Real Villas or the developing Punta Perla. The area also includes plenty of stores, malls, restaurants, clubs and anything you might need to have a great time!
Besides laying on the beach all day, you could also take part in various activities offered by Punta Cana. There are plenty of tours organized in the area, boat trips, scuba diving and all sorts of water sports that you could try. Among them you will find sailing, windsurfing, kiteboarding, kayaking or snorkeling. Most of the resorts are also offering private swimming pools, tennis courts, horseback riding and some of the most spectacular golf courts you will ever see.
It’s not like you can ever get bored with these kind of activities, but if you also like history and sightseeing you could travel to Santo Domingo found nearby. It is the capital of the Dominican Republic and a great city with a rich history and with plenty of things to visit. Among others you can see the Catedral Santa Maria Le Menor, the Plaza de la Cultura, the Palacio Nacional, the Fortaleza Ozama and lots of other museums and historical buildings.
Punta Cana was even included in the “Top 100 places to visit before you die” made by the University of California, Los Angeles. So if you ever get there, don’t forget to share the wonderful experience with us!