Welcome to Punta Cana - insider tips
Here you will find insider secrets and unique perspective that we offer as a family that works in Punta Cana as top-rated tour operators. We present information on this website that you won't find anywhere else and we will be adding more all the time. We will try to give you a complete and honest view of this great destination.
Check the Insider Tips for a great Vacation!
- Most Complete Website
- Background Info
- Plan Your Visit
- Before you Arrive
- Best Excursions
- Health & Safety
Punta Cana has become the #1 vacation destination in the entire Carribean! Travel writers for all the top travel magazines rave about
the 5-star resorts along its pristine sandy shores. They talk about enjoying the many ammenities while watching the sparkling torquoise sea
lapping the shoreline. They even describe Saona Island (Isla Saona), the most popular place visited in Punta Cana, as "heaven on Earth."
This site has several sectors with pages featuring different aspects of the main subject and has over de years grown into one of the most comprehensive online information resources about Punta Cana. A good start is our insider tips page. We hope that our website helps you find the best Punta Cana information available anywhere on the internet. Have fun exploring .... Read more...
This sector contains background information about Punta Cana: the History, Facts, Where exactly is Punta Cana situated, etc.
It also gives links to reviews sites, videos, social media and much more. If you have never been to Punta Cana and you want to check
if this paradise would be your next vacation destination, it is worthwhile to check this sector.
Don't forget to read how it all began... Punta Cana is made by a group of people with a vision and they did almost the impossible: to build the number 1 beach destination in the world from scratch.
And don't forget to check the webcams. You will get a live preview of this great destination. Read more...
This sector contains information about 'how to get to Punta Cana' and 'getting around when you are in Punta Cana'. It has lots of information
about flights, the airport and the resorts. Most people will book an all-inclusive package with one of the large tour operators.
If you already did this, the information in this sector is less relevant for you (besides the '
Getting Around' pages).
It is worthwhile to go outside your resort. Of course your resort offers you everything you need, but the 'real Punta Cana' is outside. When visiting a country it is nice to get a sniff of the local culture and to visit excisting sites. You can do this on your own or you can join a Punta Cana excursion.
Check out the trips to Saona Island and to the Jungle around the Rio Chavon! Read more...
This sector is jam packed with tips and information that might be useful to read before you arrive. The sector is split in two parts:
the essential travel information with pages about the 'entry requirements',
'customs regulations', 'prohibited souvenirs', etc.
The second part contains useful travel information like: what 'electricity system' is used in the country, 'internet access', 'what to pack', etc.....
You will also have a great vacation if you are not aware of these things, but it makes life a bit easier when you know.... Read more...
Punta Cana has a lot more to offer then only the beach and the Atlantic Ocean. As tour operators ourselves we know the gems when it
comes to excursions. Check out Saona Island, here you will meet the
Caribbean of your dreams and the scenery will be imprinted in your memory forever. The Punta Cana area also boasts real rainforest,
if you are interested in 'nature', check the jungle tours on offer.
You can book excursions through your travel representative in the resorts, but also directly online with independent excursion companies. This saves in general more then 40% on the travel reps price and in most cases the quality of the excursions offered online by independent providers is higher. This website provides several links to trusted excursion providers that take online bookings.
Here we list a number of activities and attractions you can visit on your own. We have a pages about the different beaches and other
sightseeing destinations. And we highlight the shopping and the
nightlife. If you want to leave the resort to do things on your own,
then check out this sector.
You can also book many exciting, relaxing and interesting excursions which will ensure your safety as well as guaranteeing that you leave little impact on the area that you are visiting as well. See the featured excursions for more ideas on having a safe and still adventurous vacation. Most excursions will pick you up and drop you off at your resort, with transfers included in the price.
Of course nobody wants to have health or safety concerns during their vacation. However... things happen... In this sector we highlight
typical 'tourist scams' you should be aware off and we list a number of illnesses
that occur here like Dengue, Sunburn, Travelers Diarrhea, etc. with tips to prevent them.
For most people, a visit to Punta Cana is an absolutely great and safe experience. If you are aware of the potential risks and of the simple ways to prevent that something happens, you are even more likely to have a nice time ..
Sublime weather is one of the biggest draws to the beautiful Dominican Republic. In fact, the weather is so nice here, you could say
it is one of the biggest tourist attractions in this Caribbean country. It would be impossible to pick a bad month to visit
Punta Cana, as it is warm and tropical year round. But here are the weather averages
per month. Vacationers flock here to bask in the glorious sunshine and to enjoy the
extraordinary beaches, which have received top ratings by those who rank beaches internationally.
Many people time their vacation to Punta Cana around the weather patterns. The most popular times to travel to Punta Cana are the late winter and early spring months of February, March, and April. The balance of the Punta Cana weather might be, sometimes, shaken by the passage of hurricanes. Read more...