punta cana catamaran combo trip

Here’s a full day Catamaran trip in Punta Cana with some unique extras included. This excursion will let you wallow in complete relaxation AND get your adrenaline pumping!

Set sail from Punta Cana Marina and explore the exquisite private beaches and grounds south of the airport. Read More→

Categories : Beaches, Things to do
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old photos of punta cana….
Tourists who come to the area maybe unaware that Punta Cana is specifically the name of the area to the south of the airport where the very first hotel was built. Most of today’s resorts are actually in Cabeza de Toro, Bavaro, Cortecito, Arena Gorda, Macao and Uvero Alto. But nearly all the hotels use the name Punta Cana in their branding even when they are not geographically located in Punta Cana. Here follows Punta Cana’s history in a nutshell… Read More→

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Segway Eco Tour Punta Cana
A Segway Eco Tour is a unique, eco-friendly and really fun way to see some of the best private beaches in Punta Cana. Read More→

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punta cana view from your sunlounger

Just another beautiful Punta Cana view – this time from your sunlounger :-)
We never get tired of looking at palm trees!

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Gobecon WiFi rental Punta Cana

Here’s a great hassle free WiFi rental service that you can use both on and off resort and anywhere on the island where there is 3G connectivity with the service provider Orange – which is pretty much everywhere. And their prices are very competitive – some resorts are charging $US40 for 5 day WiFi which is only usable in the resort lobby! Gobecon are currently (Jan 2014) charging $US29.99 plus tax for one week with discounts available if you purchase more services from them (see their website for details). Read More→

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things to do

Here’s an easy to search Quick List of Things to Do in Punta Cana Read More→

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Stand Up Paddle Dominican Republic
all photos courtesy of BayahibeSUP

Stand Up Paddle Boarding (or SUP) is the new and fastest growing water sport on the planet. You stand on a large surfboard and use a paddle to move across the water. You’ve probably seen photos of celebrities posing on their SUP boards. One reason for its popularity is because it is so easy to learn and you don’t need to be a surfer or super athlete to try it. If you can kneel down on all fours and then stand up unaided – you can SUP! Read More→

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