An Adventurous Trip to Punta Cana With A 13-Day Luxury Tour
On the eastern coast of the Dominican Republic lies beautiful Punta Cana, a resort town made popular for its Bavaro Beach strip. This traveler's heaven is famous for its beautiful white sand beaches, tropical vibe, and luxurious resorts. Tourists can scuba dive, swim with dolphins, go deep sea fishing, or go horseback riding in Punta Cana, all surrounded by glittering blue waters and under a cloudless sky. A 12-day luxury tour of Punta Cana is all you need to rejuvenate your senses and feel alive.
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Meet your private guide at Punta Cana International airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. Then, visit Coco Bongo, a dazzling nightclub with ten shows a night. The club knows exactly how to put on a show - impersonators recreate shows throughout the night from artists including Queen and Michael Jackson. Enjoy the vibe with professional singers, dancers, and trapeze artists always present on stage. Moreover, the club also has an open bar.
Day 2: Exploring Scape Park
Today, explore the beautiful Scape Park. The limestone topography of this natural theme park and its pristine jungle offers many splendid views and walks. There are several historical highlights too. Wonder at the Farallon Cliff, which stretches 800 meters along the coast. Explore the hidden caves, cenote, and zipline. Learn that the park's purpose was also to embrace the cultural heritage and traditions of the Caribbean and Latin America. Peek at the duplicate homes of the ancient Taino Indians, who conquered the land before the Conquistadors appeared.
Day 3: Venturing to Indigenous Eyes Park
Venture to the Indigenous Eyes Park, an ecological park and reserve that stretches over 1,500 acres of subtropical forest. Find out that this area is dedicated to conservation and scientific research. Enjoy the twelve freshwater lagoons here, out of which five are open for swimming. Guama Lagoon is about 26 feet deep, and many like diving off the platform. This is a place where you should definitely take some photos.
Day 4: Discovering Hoyo Azul
Be amazed at this cenote at the base of a 75-meter cliff that forms a significant part of Scape Park. Soak in the views of the beautiful turquoise waters that attract crowds in large numbers. Hoyo Azul is a natural phenomenon that is filled with crystal-clear water. Do not forget to bring a swimming suit to bathe in the water.
Day 5:Strolling in Capri Beach House
Today, visit Capri Beach House, a gorgeous beachside restaurant and guesthouse. Unpretentious, casual, and right by the sea, the Capri Beach House carries a laid-back feel to it. Feel relaxed in the serene environment tucked away in a small area. Explore the number of characterful independent cafes frequented by locals, other than stalls selling art and gift shops. Relax under the palms with a glass of pina colada and lobster.
Day 6:Heading to Macao Beach
Witness plenty of locals at Macao Beach, Punta Cana's public beach. It's a famous surfing spot and was listed by UNESCO recently as one of the Caribbean's best beaches. Enjoy the views of the clear waters and gorgeous white sand that's bordered by tall palm trees. Following that, enjoy a luxurious dinner at a premium restaurant before retiring to your resort for the night.
Day 7: Enjoying Saona Island
Today, visit Saona Island, an unperturbed island off the coast of Punta Cana. If you wish to escape the tourist crowds, then this is the paradise you need. Saona Island is a government-protected nature reserve and is part of the East National Park. Throughout the island, discover wildlife, from birds to a beach loaded with starfish. If you are lucky enough, witness turtles laying their eggs during the nesting season.
Day 8: Fascinating ChocoMuseo
Discover the fascinating ChocoMuseo, which is a museum about all things chocolate. Besides the fact that it's a chocolate museum, ChocoMuseo is free of cost. You can also visit the 'bean-to-bar factory to learn about the process, beginning from the cacao harvest and the chocolate-making history. Also, get an opportunity to attend a workshop on chocolate-making during this amazing Punta Cana tour.
Day 9:Traversing to Bavaro Beach
Enjoy Bavaro beach, a bleach-white sand beach that offers a range of watersports. The crystalline waters of the beach make it perfect for snorkeling. Several hotels on the strip also include snorkeling equipment during your stay. Go for some adventure with several dive spots on offer. You can try out windsurfing, parasailing, or simply a dip in the shallow natural pools separated by reefs.
Day 10: Relaxing at Altos de Chavon
Making your way to a duplicate Italian-style village high above the Chavon River valley is certainly one of the most unexpected things to do in Punta Cana. Altos de Chavon is an arts and culture project including a cultural center, a Roman amphitheater, a renowned design school, and an archaeological museum. Its distinctive brick-and-coral architecture makes it ideal for some easy walk through the gardens and archways. Soak in the stunning views of the river valley is worth the journey. Since Altos de Chavon is home to design students, they also find art galleries and artisan workshops. Classic live music and dancers in vibrant skirts also mill about the highlight. Big-name acts from Gloria Estefan to Frank Sinatra have played concerts at the amphitheater.
Day 11: Touring Cap Cana
Cap Cana is a residential and hotel area adjacent to Scape Park. It is home to some of the world's biggest celebrities, including former Yankee Alex Rodriguez, Red Sox player David Ortiz, and superstars Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, to name a few. Enjoy a more relaxed and shorter excursion here compared to these day-long adventures in the main city. Embark on an adventurous trip as Scape Park offers boat cruises as an add-on to admission. Most beaches, such as Juanillo Beach, are open to the public. Other than that, you can also check out the Marina at Cap Cana. Cap Cana is also famous for its golf courses, where you might run into some friendly retired MLB players.
Day 12: Soaking in Seaquarium
Be astonished by this underwater adventure. The experience begins with an open-top bus that picks up passengers at their hotel and escorts them to the wharf, where a modern catamaran will be waiting. While on the catamaran, enjoy an onboard party with fresh fruits, drinks, snacks, live entertainment, and music. On reaching the square, they'll get the opportunity to walk underwater, snorkel with sharks, fish, and manta rays, and even receive a kiss from the sea lion. In the Caribbean Sea, the party continues in the warm waters of a natural sea pool.
Day 13: Departure
Today, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.