in Punta Cana
Resorts offer a selection of buffet and a-la-carte dining. Several have a Dominican restaurant, but most will dedicate at least one night per week to typical Dominican food. There are dozens of restaurants, the most popular being on the beach, which include Huracán Café, Jellyfish and Soles (Bávaro), Captain Cook and Onno’s (El Cortecito), La […]
Punta Cana buzzes by day on the beach, but at night, the beat goes on. Some of the DR’s most modern and uniquely designed nightclubs are located here.
Music + Nightlife
The Puntacana Resort & Club Marina offers a beautiful seaside setting for additional dining and cocktail options in the area.
This water sports park delivers “rad” fun, all around a large, beautiful natural lagoon in downtown Punta Cana. Try wake boarding, fly boarding, paddle boarding, slalom skiing, slack line water, or tubing.
Family-Friendly, Recreational Parks
Families find their bliss here–whether swimming in the Hoyo Azul turquoise cenote, hiking the botanical gardens on site and learning about orchids, ziplining past thick canopy, horseback riding, or driving buggies through the wilderness.
Ecotourism, Family-Friendly, Recreational Parks, Ziplines
Hop on a catamaran trip to a natural aquarium, filled with marine life. With snuba gear, Seaquarium offers a chance for families to venture safely into the magnificent world of the Caribbean Sea.
Family-Friendly, Recreational Parks, Scuba Diving + Snorkeling
Shopping in the Bávaro area is as fun and casual as lounging on the beach. There are a myriad of options, from small strip malls to beachfront souvenir shacks, and large shopping malls.
Shopping in Punta Cana is synonymous with the area’s flair for the sophisticated seaside life. You’ll find plenty to browse, from high-end shopping malls with designer clothing and jewelry, to cafés, restaurants, and arts and crafts galleries.