Fun on land and at sea

Punta Cana is a paradise for those who love the sea and adventure: secluded beaches, coral reefs, exotic coasts and flora and fauna to be admired. Therefore, all visitors should consider the possibility of discovering these wonders of nature up close, with activities that will greatly enrich the experience, and make the trip even more special.

Punta Cana offers varied activities, ensuring fun both on land and at seas, such as scuba diving and snorkelling on Isla Catalina. Dive into the turquoise waters of the Caribbean to discover the curious fauna that lives there. It is a unique enclave thanks to the picturesque reefs that emerge around its coast. Go kayaking on the Chavón River, which flows out on the outskirts of La Romana, after starting in the country’s interior, passing between mangroves and leafy vegetation. Its calm waters and wide flow make it a unique adventure for discovering the wonders that the Dominican jungle protects. Additionally, you can board a catamaran and accompany us on an excursion to discover a treasure of unimaginable beauty. This is the Isla Saona, whose appeal lies in its beaches of fine white sand, bathed by the bright blue of the Caribbean Sea, and its hundreds of palm trees along the coast.

If you prefer an exciting experience with your feet on the ground, it is the ideal time to join the excursions taken in buggies between the dunes of Punta Cana and to travel along its coast, or the enjoy the excitement of entering the tropical forest and finding a cenote with turquoise waters to take a refreshing swim. If you are seeking adrenaline, there is nothing like flying over the treetops on a 1500 metre high zipline.

More essentials in Punta Cana

Isla Saona
Isla Catalina
Los Haitises
Hoyo Azul Cenote
Tobacco Museum
Chavon River
Manati Park
Creole Gastronomy
Humpback whale watching
Punta Cana Carnival
Santo Domingo

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