Punta Cana Vacation Packages

Enjoy long stretches of white-sand beaches, all-inclusive resorts and sunshine in abundance at one of the largest tourist destinations in the Caribbean region.

Punta Cana, on the east coast of the Dominican Republic, is renowned for its miles of white-sand beaches lined by coconut palms and aquamarine waters. The name Punta Cana is often used when referring to the region that encompasses areas such as Cabeza de Toro, Arena Gorda and Uvero Alto.

Punta Cana is primarily made up of large all-inclusive resorts that cater for families and couples. Many have their own private stretches of beach and are designed to provide guests with everything they need for their stay, including restaurants, nightclubs and sporting activities.

The main attractions of Punta Cana are, of course, the sand and the sea. The unforgettable beaches of this region are sheltered by an immense offshore reef, 18 miles (29 kilometers) in length. The shallow water makes it a good diving or snorkeling environment for beginners. Most of the all-inclusive resorts have their own dive schools and equipment shops. There are also other water activities on offer such as surfing, sailing and parasailing.

Outside the resorts, you’ll have the chance to explore some of the Dominican Republic’s other attractions. See the replica Mediterranean village built on a cliff at Altos de Chavón and explore the world’s first underwater museum at Bayahibe. Visit Higüey and its Basilica de Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia, a large cathedral built to honor the patron saint of the Dominican Republic. Take a guided tour of the jungle at the Punta Cana Ecological Reserve.  

There are a number of ways to get around Punta Cana. For the majority of visitors, who spend their time either in their resorts or at beaches nearby, the simplest way is on foot. Local buses known as ”guaguas” are the cheapest options if you plan to travel farther afield. Taxis and car rentals are also available.  

Blue skies and sunshine are fixtures for most of the year in Punta Cana. In summer the temperature is an average of 88 F (31 C).

Accommodation in Punta Cana

If you aren't sure where to stay in Punta Cana, check out our Punta Cana lodging options. There are 127 different accommodations to choose from.

Begin the quest for your ideal Punta Cana stay by looking into the latest deals at the esteemed Eden Roc at Cap Cana, located at Cap Cana, Juanillo, and the Casa de Campo Resort and Villas, at Carretera La Romana-Higuey. Should those recommendations not grab you, the Zoetry Agua Punta Cana All Inclusive, Uvero Alto, and the Presidential Suites Punta Cana - All Inclusive, Alemania Street, Cortecito might be a better fit.

A highlight of any visit to Punta Cana is Altos de Chavon Village. If you'd like to book a room near Altos de Chavon Village, the Casa de Campo Resort and Villas and the Dreams La Romana - Luxury All Inclusive are both worth checking out.


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La Romana

The third-largest city in the Dominican Republic, La Romana is the perfect palm-lined representation of this Caribbean country; it is also surrounded by sugarcane fields—the region's major cash crop. La Romana packages offer the opportunity to get a feel for everyday life in the Dominican Republic, while a hotel in La Romana serves as more than just a rest stop on the road between the capital and the Dominican's popular eastern beach resorts. The city's unique gastronomy and abundance of high-end golf courses draws tourists of all kinds to this bustling regional center.


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