Excursions & Sight Tickets in Punta Cana

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A guide for first-time visitors to Punta Cana

Located on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic, Punta Cana is an enchanting beach destination that combines pristine beaches with luxurious all-inclusive resorts. This beautiful vacation spot is known for its clear waters and 32km of beautiful beaches.

Las Terrenas

Located in the Dominican Republic, Las Terrenas is a cosmopolitan beach town. It has a colorful culture and is home to some of the best beaches in the country. The beaches are great for snorkeling, swimming and surfing. They are also known for their soft golden sand and crystal clear waters.

Las Terrenas is also well-known for its unique culinary scene. Seafood is caught directly off the coast, making for delicious dishes. The city has many street vendors selling local art.

The town center is a must-see. There are a variety of craft shops and restaurants. You can also shop for jewelry and canvases. If you're looking for a night out, check out the local pubs and clubs. Some of the top dance spots include the El Mosquito Art Bar, Namaste Bar and Restaurant, and the El Mosquito.

The town is also home to a national park, Los Haitises, which has some caves with Taino pictographs. The park is home to hundreds of endemic bird species.

The Salto El Limon waterfall is one of the most popular attractions in Las Terrenas. This 40-meter high waterfall is a natural marvel. There are several ways to get to the waterfall, including a mototaxi and a taxi. Aside from being an impressive feat of nature, the waterfall has a natural pool below it.

While there is no shortage of beachfront activities in Las Terrenas, it is not over-crowded. You can find plenty of taverns, cafes and restaurants along the waterfront. A walk along the water will take you past some of the island's most beautiful beaches.

Las Terrenas is also home to a surf school. Carolina Gutierrez, who is known for her excellent water sports skills, offers lessons for a reasonable rate.

Las Terrenas

Capri Beach House

Located on an island off the coast of Punta Cana, Capri Beach House offers vacationers a relaxed and comfortable stay on the island. This non-chain hotel provides a full range of services, from an on-site restaurant to a swimming pool, and is close to many beaches.

Guests of the Capri Beach House can enjoy a variety of recreational activities, including windsurfing, motorized water sports, snorkeling, and diving. The resort also offers a private beach with long chairs and umbrellas. The resort's staff is friendly and professional. They speak three languages, and are trained to cater to guests' needs.

For those who want to explore the area, the Capri Beach House is only a short distance away from attractions, shopping, and restaurants. There are also taxi services available to get you to and from the airport. Taking advantage of these services can ensure a smooth departure and arrival.

Aside from a large private beach, Capri Beach House also features a pool with a swim-up bar. The restaurant serves Dominican and Mediterranean cuisine. For breakfast, the cafe offers a made-to-order breakfast. The hotel also offers room service, laundry and dry cleaning services, and concierge services.

Located in Bavaro, Punta Cana, the Capri Beach House is a small, non-chain hotel that offers travelers a relaxing and enjoyable stay on the island. The resort is located near attractions, shopping, and restaurants, and is a perfect place for a romantic getaway.

The hotel offers a free shuttle to the nearby Punta Cana International Airport. Visitors can also book airport transfer services before their arrival. This will ensure a safe and convenient trip to and from the airport.

The hotel is also near several popular beaches, such as Cortecito and Macao Beach. Aside from the beach, the resort offers a gift/souvenir shop, a convenience store, and a restaurant.

Capri Beach House

Basilica Catedral Nuestra Senora de la Altagracia

Located in the town of Salvaleon de Higuey, Dominican Republic, Basilica Catedral Nuestra Senora de la Altagracia is a Roman Catholic minor basilica. It is considered to be one of the most important monuments in the DR. It is also a place of worship for the Virgen de la Altagracia, the patron saint of the Dominican Republic. It is free to visit the church, but donations are encouraged. There are a variety of visitor-friendly activities available, including a guided tour.

The basilica was built in the late 19th century to replace a sanctuary that was destroyed in the Dominican Restoration War. It was constructed to withstand hurricanes, and has survived them to this day.

The interior of the basilica is decorated in a symphony of soft colors. The ceiling meets at a point, and the walls and floor are carved into arches. The exterior of the building is a solid, utilitarian concrete facade. The main arch of the basilica rises to a height of 70 metres.

Thousands of pilgrims make the annual pilgrimage to the Virgen de la Altagracia every year. The Virgin's feast day is on January 21st, and a special mass is held for the Virgen. This is also a non-working day in the DR.

The basilica is located on the town's main street. The entrance to the cathedral is a bronze and gold arch. Inside the basilica, there is an altar for the Virgen de la Altagracia. The altar is decorated with a 16th-century painting of the Virgin Mary. The painting was brought to the DR from Spain in the 15th century. It has since been restored.

It is the most important religious building in the Dominican Republic. The Virgen de la Altagracia is regarded as Queen of the Dominicans.

El Malecon

Located in Santo Domingo, the Malecon is a beautiful stretch of coastline. The area is lined with hotels, shops, restaurants and monuments. It is a great place to spend the day, walk the beach or enjoy a sunset.

The best time to visit the Malecon is in the late afternoon or early evening. You will find many people swimming, fishing or walking the beach. You can also go for a ride on a free bike, kayak or ferry.

The area is also filled with art galleries and cafes. You can also find souvenir stands and jewelry shops along the Malecon. During the night, you can head to the clubs, dance the night away or watch a performance in the Los Arcos Amphitheater. The Arches Amphitheater offers free shows every night. It is a popular destination for locals and tourists who want to see live music and street clowns.

The Monument of Fray Anton de Montesinos is a large statue that is a landmark on the Malecon. It is a memorial for the Mirabal sisters, who were killed by Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Molina in 1960. The Monument is located right in front of the Arzobispo Merino street on the Malecon.

The area is also home to the Punta Petrona Natural Reserve. The park is accessible by boat and includes Cabezazos cays, Caracoles cays, and Cabezazos and Alfenique cays. You can get there by taking a water taxi from the pier at Los Muertos Beach. The park is great for swimming and fishing, but beware of the rock under the water.

The Malecon is a mile-long pedestrian walkway along the coast. It is an ideal place to go for a walk, or for people-watching. You can take in a spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea while you stroll.

Old Quarter

Located in the easternmost tip of the Dominican Republic, Punta Cana is the island's main tourist resort. The city is known for its clear water and beautiful white-sand beaches. The resort town is also a popular surfing destination.

One of the main attractions in the town of Punta Cana is the Parque Nacional del Este, a natural habitat for hundreds of plants and animals. The area is home to a large number of flora and fauna, and visitors can enjoy many tours that will take them to the island's best sights.

Another area to check out is the Saona Island, an idyllic beach destination with a small population of just over one hundred people. This island is part of the National Park of the East, which is full of rich biodiversity. It is also a popular day trip destination.

Another area of interest is Las Galeras, a beach city with a less crowded vibe than Punta Cana. Prices are higher in this location, because most hotels are new. However, you will not be overrun with tourists, and the beaches are not overrun with all-inclusive resorts.

Another interesting area is the Altos de Chavon, a replica of a 16th-century artisan's village. The market here is filled with spices, vegetables, and fruits. This market is a great place to shop for souvenirs and other items.

The Salto El Limon Waterfall is located in the Samana peninsula, which is a short drive from Las Terrenas. The falls drop 40 meters from the top of the Sierra de Samana.

Another popular tourist attraction in the region is the Barcelo Center, which offers a variety of tours, including distillery tastings. The center is also home to the Choco Museum, which features exhibits on the history of the cacao industry in the Dominican Republic.

Excursions and day trips from Punta Cana

Whether you're a family with kids, or you just want to enjoy a day of relaxation, Punta Cana has a variety of excursions and day trips to choose from. You can swim with dolphins, visit an animal sanctuary, or try scuba diving. The Dominican Republic sightseeing tour is another fun thing to do in Punta Cana. It includes transportation, fruity drinks, and snacks. During the tour, you'll get a chance to experience the natural wonders of the Dominican Republic.

If you're looking for a fun activity, you can rent a speed boat and take a ride to a nearby secluded beach. There are also party boat cruises that include music, tropical cocktails, and a room to dance. These excursions are the perfect way to watch the sunset. You can also take a snorkeling or swimming excursion, or you can go fishing. You can also go on a private helicopter tour that will give you a bird's eye view of the Dominican Republic's beautiful beaches.

You can also try a horseback ride in Punta Cana. There are rides available for all ages and skill levels. You can choose a ride that will take you through the freshwater Blue Lagoon or the rugged mountain scenery. You can also book a tour that will combine riding with a zip line over jungle trees.

For something really unique, you can go on a pirate ship excursion. This experience will give you a taste of pirate life in the Caribbean. The pirate ship Hispanola will take you on a treasure hunt, and you'll get to see sharks and other marine life. You'll also have lunch and a cocktail on the cruise. It's a great way to see the Caribbean Sea from a different angle.

If you're not into swimming, you can go on a 4WD safari tour. You'll ride through the rugged mountains and secluded beaches of Punta Cana. You'll see the natural beauty of the area and enjoy a picnic lunch. These tours are popular for families with kids and adults alike. You can also ride on a dune buggy, which is an adrenaline-pumping ride.

You can also check out the Butterfly House & Garden at Rancho Baiguate. This tour will give you the opportunity to photograph tropical beauties. The tour is also a great opportunity to learn about the rich history of the island.

You can also take a horseback ride at Cap Cana, which will take you to the Blue Lagoon and Las Ondas Cave. You can also take a day trip to Saona Island, which has white sandy beaches and a small fishing village. This day trip is an excellent way to explore the tropical landscape.

You can also explore the area on a Jeep Safari 4WD Tour. This excursion takes you through the secluded beaches and jungle terrain of Punta Cana. You'll also have the opportunity to ride on a horse, roll your own cigar, and take photos of professional photographs.

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