Punta Cana is made up of miles of silky sand beaches fringed by coconut palms and lapped by crystalline blue waters. The beach is its number one attraction. This appealing location mainly consists of all inclusive resorts with a real focus on family entertainment. The resorts represent an eclectic variety of architecture and interior design inspired by Spanish and native Dominican cultures. With 28,000 hotel rooms available in the resort areas, there is accommodation to suit every preference.
Punta Cana offers an abundance of entertainment and attractions for its visitors. It boasts 12 professional golf courses within reasonable proximity and is in the process of building more with a desire to become the golf Mecca of the Caribbean. Resorts feature lively nightlife with Vegas style shows running in the evenings. More than 80 restaurants and bars provide a varied and broad range of cuisine choices. For those wishing to leave the resort area, there is a magnificent world to discover. Punta Cana features caves, mangroves, countryside, and secluded, deserted beaches all waiting to be discovered. It is popular to take advantage of the ATV/UTB/dune buggy all terrain tours.
Other attractions include the Manati Park, a water park, the Punta Cana Shopping Village, Bavaro, center of services with shopping malls, fast food, drug stores, and fine restaurants, Capa Cana's 500 plus slip marina, Palma Real Shop Village, a one and a half kilometre long shopping extravaganza, equestrian ranches for horseback riding, catamaran tours to Saona Island featuring white sandy beaches, coconut palms and clear turquoise waters, deep sea fishing and a multitude of water sports. For an unforgettable vacation experience, visit Punta Cana.