Many people compare Punta Cana to a Caribbean Disneyland. This famed Dominican Republic destination is filled with large resorts, massive stretches of gorgeous, sandy beaches and the shimmering turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Best of all, getting to the island is easy from the Punta Cana International Airport which connects to over thirty destinations in North America, South America, and Europe. And, with year-round warm weather and average annual three hundred days per year, it’s always a good time to go.
Experience the Best of Punta Cana. Punta Cana is an ocean lover’s paradise. There’s no better way to enjoy the generally placid waters of the Caribbean than renting a catamaran and going out with your friends and family on a scuba/snorkeling adventure. The area is home to thousands of different species of aquatic wildlife. Not only, the area has long been on the crossroads of trade and all kinds of old treasures have been found there.
Fish like the Pros. It’s no surprise that Punta Cana is a world-class fishing destination. With so much aquatic wildlife, you can find some of the biggest game in the ocean there from marlin to sailfish to tuna and even sharks. Just be careful with your fingers and be sure to check the local regulations on what you are allowed to take and what falls under the catch and release category.
Get Ready for a Little Adventure. The sea isn’t the only place you can have fun in Punta Cana. If you are looking for a little fun in the sun shoreside than there is so much to do. One of the most popular is the famed monkey safari, as the area is home to countless native species of monkeys. If you are looking to get your adrenaline pumping, then you can do a dune buggy adventure across the desert-like mountains and sand dunes. After a few hours of fun in the sun, you’ll be ready to jump back in the refreshing waters.
Do Punta Cana the Way You Want to Do It. With your own boat charter, you can experience the best of what Punta Cana has to over. Not only that, you can explore some of the great areas in the region the smaller islands of Catalina and Saona, and Bavaro, Punta Cana’s sister town. So, if you are looking for an easy getaway, then head down to Punta Cana and have a great break from it all!