Dominican Republic nation’s capital, Santo Domingo is also the first European-style city built in the New World.

Stroll on the cobblestoned historic area named Zona Colonial and look up to admire the first Cathedral Santa María La Menor from the 16th century. History aficionados and gourmet lovers will enjoy the place where heavenly native rum, chocolate and coffee perfume the air.

Altos De Chavón

Explore a 16th century-style village at Altos de Chavón in the heart of the Dominican countryside and admire its breathtaking views of the Chavón River and the Caribbean Sea.

Meticulously designed by Dominican architect and Italian master designers and cinematographers, every detail of Altos de Chavón was handcrafted by local artisans showcasing their unique creations from pottery to weaving in galleries-boutiques.



Whale Watching at Samaná Bay

Samaná is the perfect place to watch the North Atlantic Humpback Whales who overwinter in the warm marine sanctuary of Samaná Bay before they begin their long migration to their summer grounds – as far away as Greenland and Iceland! At any one time during the Samaná whale-watching, there are at least 300 whales in Samaná bay.


Get Your Thrills at Scape Park

Scape Park offers everything from thrilling and adrenaline packed adventures to smooth and cultural experiences. Let your senses Scape while ziplining on a cliff, exploring ancient caverns, swimming in underground caves, jumping from water zip lines and riding in our splash hammocks!

Coco Bongo

See a Show at Coco Bongo

Located in downtown Punta Cana, Coco Bongo Punta Cana is a popular nightlife destination that combines cinema, theater, music, disco, videos, acrobatics, and more. The club’s high-energy, party atmosphere and live show with over 40 performers recreating scenes from famous movies will have you singing and dancing along with the acts.


Indigenous Eyes Ecological Reserve

Indigenous Eyes Ecologica Park & Reserve

The Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park & Reserve consists of 1,500 acres of land donated by Grupo Puntacana to the Fundación Grupo Puntacana as a private nature reserve for educational, scientific and recreational purposes. The reserve has more than 500 species of plants, 36% of which are endemic to the Dominican Republic.


Tucked inside Scape Park, in the Cap Cana area, this “blue hole” cenote offers a refreshing swim in natural, cool spring waters.

Surrounded in lush rainforest, Hoyo Azul, approximately 14 meters (45 feet) in depth, sits at the foot of a 75-meter (246-foot) tall limestone cliff covered in vegetation.

Saona Island

Saona Island’s picture-perfect beaches attract more visitors than all of the country’s national parks combined.

Visitors can take day trips to enjoy the beaches, through a myriad of options ranging from speedboat to catamaran. Riding along Saona’s stunning coastline scenery alone is worthwhile.

Los Haitises National Park

Los Haitises National Park is one of the crown jewels of the Dominican Republic’s national park system.

The park also boasts extensive mangroves along its bay, which is dotted with cayes that are home to multiple bird colonies, as well as a series of caves known for having one of the highest numbers of petroglyphs and pictographs in the country.


Play Golf in Paradise

Named the Best Golf Course in the Caribbean and Mexico by the prestigious Golfweek Magazine

With breathtaking scenery of cliffs, beaches and waterfalls, the intricate layout of Jack Nicklaus Signature Punta Espada is a perfect setting to find inspiration for best shots.

Los Establos Cap Cana Equestrian Center

State-of-the-art equestrian center, located around a majestic equestrian park includes outstanding stables, an arena for Paso Fino competitions,

Warming, Jumping and Race tracks as well as two world-class Polo fields, all in compliance with the highest international standards.

Game, Set, Match

Four Har-Tru tennis courts.

Known to be faster than their peers in red clay, you will enjoy challenging your strokes while improving your perfect aces at one of four Har-Tru tennis courts..

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving

Snorkel through a string of reefs along the coastline of Punta Cana and plunge into turquoise crystal-clear waters during a sailing cruise.

Scuba dive to discover the Caribbean magnificent undersea gardens and improve your surfing and kitesurfing skills at Macao Beach.

Deep Sea Fishing

Enjoy the ocean at Cap Cana state-of-the-art marina, accommodating 150-foot yachts and various activities.

Live the extraordinary experience overseas and, who knows, maybe release a record-breaking fishing. Or, rent your private yacht and plunge into the best of the Caribbean: turquoise waters and amazing sunsets.