As the most popular destination in the Caribbean, Punta Cana is a fascinating resort destination in the Dominican Republic that bridges the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea. It is renown for great beaches, watersports and always, good times.
Christopher Columbus’ admiration for Hispaniola, coupled with his crew’s discovery of gold deposits in the island’s rivers, led to the establishment of European settlements. As history proves, a gold strike always changes power relationships between nations … More
Located along the southeastern coast of the island and encompassing the Saona and Catalina islands, Casa de Campo, Bayahibe, Altos de Chavón and Dominicus, La Romana is breathtaking and encompasses several communities — Arena Gorda, Bavaro, Uvero Alto, Cabeza de Toro, El Macao … More
The diverse island topography in the Dominican Republic encompasses some of the most breathtaking parks in the world. Parque Nacional Cotubanama fits the profile offering a wide variety of exploratory opportunities … More
Ahhh the beaches! Sugar-white sand, crystal-clear warm water and enchanting ocean breezes are a formidable combination. That’s the image that most comes to mind and does not disappoint … More
Some people think Punta Cana made banana boats famous. The bananabfats, parasailing, charter fishing, snorkeling SCUBA diving and sunset catamaran cruises suggest it may have been the other way around. … More
If well manicured beach resorts, sparkling white sand beaches near a great national park are what you desire in a tropical vacation, with a considerably shorter plane ride than to the Eastern Caribbean … More