Discover what to see in Punta Cana
Limiting the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean we find Punta Cana. It is a place known for its incredible and paradisiacal beaches, its crystal clear waters and long kilometers of white sand. Without a doubt, the ideal destination for those looking to relax on the beach and enjoy the sun and nature.
As the largest natural swimming pool in the world, this place leaves everyone who visits it speechless. It is usually visited on the way to Isla Saona, a protected natural area. This area of Punta Cana is very rich in both marine and terrestrial nature.
30.8 miles / 52 minutes. A small historical town known for its large Basilica honoring the Virgen de la Altagracia, patron saint of the Dominican Republic.
(Accessible by boat only) A small offshore island with an incredible coral reef for snorkeling and diving.
60.8 miles / 1 hour. Fascinating recreation of a 16th century Mediterranean village situated on a cliff overlooking the Chavón River.
136 miles / 2 hours and y 30 minutes. The capital of the Dominican Republic. Explore the cobblestone streets that wind through the Spanish colonial architecture and the incredible nightlife, shopping, dining and cultural spots.
This lagoon is a wildlife refuge, full of different animals and incredible scenery, where you can enjoy nature. At Laguna Bávaro you will see many different birds and you can go on kayaking excursions in its waters. It is definitely perfect for animal and nature lovers.
Punta El Cortecito is the destination of choice for many visitors to the Dominican Republic. It is known for its tranquil atmosphere, its paradisiacal beaches and the incredible diving that can be done in this area of Punta Cana. A great example of its beaches is Los Corales beach.
Playa Macao is one of the few remaining unspoilt beaches in Punta Cana. It is undoubtedly the clearest definition of a paradisiacal beach: crystal clear waters, kilometres of golden sand and all surrounded by palm trees. In addition, due to its geographical location it is ideal for water sports.