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PUNTA CANA is located on the tip of the eastern coast of the Dominican Republic. It is famous for its beaches, upscale hotels, restaurants, water adventures, great golfing and friendly people.
Punta Cana offers the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. 48 kilometers of coastline covered with Coconut trees, fine white sand beaches, warm turquoise seas as far as the eyes can see. The blue waters are largely shallow, with several natural marine pools in which visitors can bathe without danger. Some of the main beaches in Punta Cana are Uvero Alto, Macao, El Cortecito, Bávaro, Corales, Cabeza de Toro, and to the south are Playa Blanca, and Juanillo.
Punta Cana is considered one of the most stunningly picturesque locations in the Dominican Republic and one of the fastest-growing tourist places in the Caribbean. Punta Cana International Airport received over 2.4 million passengers in 2014, making it the second busiest airport in the Caribbean and The International Association of Golf Tour Operators has voted Punta Cana as the “Best Golf Destination of the Caribbean and Latin America.”
Punta Cana’s true beauty and potential, however, has not been fully realized with the unfortunate fact that most visitors stay within the confines of the all-inclusive resorts that have dominated the culture of tourism in Punta Cana. Of course, for the interest of the resorts, people are discouraged to explore outside of their insulated vicinity. It is truly an opportunity missed, that most visitors leave Punta Cana not having uncovered its genuine hidden gems.
“Most travelers stick close to the resorts to catch up on R&R at the beach, pool or spa. But, you should venture off the beaten past to get a sense of the Dominican Republic’s history and culture, which is highlighted by tasty local coffees, strong rums and fragrant cigars.
Punta Cana is one of the safest vacation spots in the Caribbean, and tourists should feel comfortable traveling outside of the hotel zone. Hotel security is good, and there’s even a special branch of the police department devoted to tourist safety, known as Politur.” –U.S.News & World Report–