Best Things to Do in Punta Cana
Punta Cana's beaches aren't quite white; instead they're better described as a pure golden color that goes well with the DR's Amber Coast associations. But in recent years this region has also become closely tied with the links -- those vacationers not working on their tan can often be found perfecting their golf swing at the Punta Espada or La Cana golf courses. If you're looking for alternative attractions, try taking a dip at Dolphin Island or meeting the wildlife at Manati Park.
Why go: The green fees to play at Punta Espada are hefty, but hear us out before ... read more»
Why go: La Cana Golf Course has Seashore Paspalum grass, four holes directly along the seafront, and ... read more»
Why go: Nightlife options aren't plentiful in Punta Cana, but they do exist. So if you ... read more»
Why go: Designed by architect Juan Manuel Gordillo, this par-72 course is one of the most popular ... read more»