in Punta Cana
The 18-platform course boasts 12 zipline runs, one of the longest in the country. Glide up to 800 meters above lush jungle canopy, swerve and ride solo or alongside your partner.
Excursions, Family-Friendly, Ziplines
Ideal for those seeking adventure without distance, Bávaro Adventure Park offers nature-friendly and sustainable activities such as ziplining, a climbing garden, a Segway circuit, paintball, a bungee trampoline, flight simulators, and a mountain bike track.
Ecotourism, Family-Friendly, Recreational Parks, Ziplines
One of two courses located within the Catalonia Bávaro Resort in Punta Cana, Alberto Sola designed the Cabeza de Toro Golf Club as a challenging, nine-hole executive course surrounded by swaying palm trees and five lakes for incomparable views.
A half-day adventure takes you zipping above the Anamuya jungle, on double ziplines totaling 1,310 meters (4,300 feet) in length, soaring past gigantic trees. Along the way, you’ll cross hanging bridges and enjoy hiking along a range of the park’s native flora and fauna.
Ecotourism, Family-Friendly, Ziplines
Part of the Catalonia Bávaro Resort, Alberto Sola and Jack Corrie designed the 18-hole Caribe Golf Club for golfers of all skill levels. This course features a large lake—impacting holes 5, 6, and 15—five lagoons, and numerous shaded trees.
José “Pepe” Gancedo designed memorable routings for Cocotal Golf & Country Club’s three nine-hole courses. The six-time Spanish champion used the natural terrain of an old coconut plantation for all 27 holes, including serene lakes and swaying palm trees, with Mother Nature providing constant winds.
This 18-hole Tom Fazio creation, featuring six oceanfront holes set on rocky cliffs next to the Caribbean Sea, quickly established Corales Golf Club as one of DR’s must-play courses.
This is where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean Sea. The shoreline is lined with soft white sand beaches and the corals offshore form an underwater barrier reef configuration running parallel to the coast. A well-tended coral garden, offshore wrecks and cave diving are the highlights. The Puntacana Resort and their Ecological Foundation maintain an […]
Scuba Diving + Snorkeling, Water Sports
Located off the coast of Punta Cana, this aquarium reaches between five and seven meters (16-23 feet) of depth, ideal for beginners. Mottled barracuda, eagle rays, porcupine fish, sandfish, grunts, and parrotfish can be spotted.
Scuba Diving + Snorkeling
Submerged at 12 meters (39 feet) off the coast of Bávaro, the Astron continues to be a popular site for advanced divers. The sheer magnitude of the ship, including its giant propeller–said to be weighing over 20,000 tons–are worth a look.
Scuba Diving + Snorkeling