Top 10 Must-See Destinations on Your Punta Cana Excursions

For an excellent holiday vacation, Punta Cana remains the prime choice. It has many things to offer and places to visit. The destinations mentioned down below can be seen through excursions available on-site and online. If you’re visiting for the first time, have a look at some of the main attractions to prepare.

1. Bavaro Beach

Bavaro has some of the best swimmable beaches. The place to snorkel or windsurf, with gear and instructors awaiting. They offer scuba diving as well. Top notch authentic food can be tasted in restaurants, while the shops offer interesting souvenirs.

2. Hoyo Azul

This is the site you have to see. The Blue Hole is nature’s gift, resulting in a sinkhole filled with water. Its location is in Scape Park, and Punta Cana boat excursions can take you for a swim in the cold water when visiting. The interesting formations made of rocks are visible and are quite the spectacle.

3. Scape Park

Speaking of Scape Park, this natural theme park is a destination in itself. The whole day of activities can be had. Walking in the rainforest and scouting caves; zipline riding and having a picnic in the afternoon. The Scape Park has to be on the list of things to see.

4. Saona Island

Isla Saona is close to the mainland. Several Punta Cana excursions per day offer the chance to make a visit. It’s best described by beaches that lure the crowd in. The inner part of the island is home to a versatile animal and plant species. Water as well, hosting marine life which can be explored through snorkeling.

5. Macao Beach

This is a public place where residents and visitors come together. Hosting a long beach with good waves, surfers find it perfect. With a positive atmosphere and many opportunities to grab a bite, it’s easy to spend the entire day enjoying yourself.

6. Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park

The Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park is a private nature reserve that’s home to a variety of plants and animals. Named after the freshwater lagoons, which the indigenous Taino people call the ‘eyes’. Guided tours and trails of nature are possible, as well as swimming in the lagoons.

7. Santo Domingo

The capital of the Dominican Republic. The town is a bit farther from our destination. Rest assured, it’s worth the trip. Historically interesting, it offers a whole day of exploration. Nights are special too, with opportunities to indulge in good meals and drinks. Local culture on a plate.

8. Altos de Chavon

This palace is like going back in time. A replica village with streets and houses authentically made as was in the 16th century. Many places to shop and dine, it offers performances as well. Chavon, a river nearby, gives the opportunity to enjoy the day and rest.

9. Marinarium

Giving many options for water adventure, this marine park is unique. As mentioned, the diversity of the Caribbean Sea is vast. Here is an opportunity to learn more about it. As an added plus, swimming with some of the sea animals can be done in arranged settings. Every other water sport is available as well.

10. Punta Cana Village

At the end of your trip, this will be a good place to shop for mementos. Besides that, the village has things happening throughout the day. Music and talking with residents. Drinking in bars. Eating in restaurants. Visiting the farmer’s market. Exciting and charming, it offers plenty to do.

Don’t miss the spots on the list and book now for good deals. Each destination has something special to offer. And while you’re visiting, Punta Cana will make sure you are feeling your best. No matter where in town you find yourself.

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