Punta Cana is the region located at the furthest eastern point of the Dominican Republic, which is known for its gorgeous white sand beaches, luxurious resorts, and its tropical environment. Visitors can scuba dive, go deep sea fishing, have a nice night experience in Cocobongo club, swim with dolphins, etc, all under a fantastic weather and vibrant atmosphere. There are also plenty of cultural options to do which we will recommend you as follow:
Sculpted entirely of stone, Altos de Chavón —a model 16th century Mediterranean village—sits 300 feet above the Chavón River. Built over a period of six years, the village opened in 1982 with Frank Sinatra performing live at the 5,000-seat Grecian style outdoor amphitheater, where numerous world artists have since performed. Today, the village is a delightful place to tour for its charming medieval feel, its architecture, a plethora of cigar, clothing, and jewelry shops, fine dining, bars, and arts and crafts. Its centerpiece, the St. Stanislaus Church, is a popular wedding site in the DR, with its unmatched views over the river. To boot, the Altos de Chavón Archaeological Museum houses one of the most comprehensive collections on indigenous culture in the DR. The panoramic views over the Chavón River, and over the Dye Fore golf course which it borders on the east side, make Altos de Chavón a perfect photo stop on a journey through La Romana. There’s an entrance fee to pay.
Once known as Santo Domingo de Guzmán and Ciudad Trujillo, is the capital and largest city of the Dominican Republic and the largest metropolitan area in the Caribbean by population. As of 2022, the city and immediate surrounding area (the Distrito Nacional) had a population of 1,973,664 while the total population is 4,579,536 when including Greater Santo Domingo (the “metropolitan area”). The city is coterminous with the boundaries of the Distrito Nacional. If you wish to visit this city please see https://www.bavaroexcursions.com/tour/santo-domingo-city-tour/
It is one of the most beautiful places that you can not miss while visiting the Dominican Republic. Located in Miches in the Municipality of the province of El Seibo, between Laguna Rincón and Laguna Redonda. It has an approximate height of 1,000 feet and has a beautiful natural landscape and a wonderful 360-degree view, which will allow you to contemplate some places such as: Samaná Bay, Redonda lagoon, El Limón, Miches and El Seibo.This beautiful place is made special by its swings, which make you feel the beautiful sensation of flying, contact with nature and not to mention the spectacular photos that you can take. There you will be able to witness different climates at the same time: you could see rains on one side and the radiant sun on the other side.
D. Downtown mall Punta Cana.
This is a modern shopping mall in the heart of Bávaro-Punta Cana which was inaugurated in 2018 and it has about 60 stores spread across 3 floors.Location: Barcelo Km 8 highway, Punta Cana 23000, Dominican Republic.
E. Blue Mall shopping center.
Blue Mall Punta Cana is an upmarket shopping mall conveniently located just 2 kilometres from Punta Cana International Airport. The shopping hub is a great place to spend a couple of hours when you feel like escaping the tropical heat.Location: Juanillo St, Blvd. Turístico del Este, Punta Cana 23000, Dominican Republic.
The Hoyo Azul sinkhole is the most famous feature of Scape Park, the leisure and adventure park located in the Cap Cana area, and one of Punta Cana’s most popular days out. A truly magical natural setting, with fresh, limpid waters, so you can swim, or walk through the forest and gardens surrounding it, and enjoy the various attractions of the park itself. Experience a day bursting with excitement and thrills, whether with friends or as a family, on a visit to this fun-filled park that combines action, adventure, nature, culture, good food and much more. Click the link https://www.bavaroexcursions.com/tour/scape-park-full-admission/ to learn more.