One of the most visited touristic zones in the Dominican Republic for its paradisiac crystal-clear turquoise water and white sand beaches.
Considered to be the tourist destination which has experienced the most growth in the Caribbean basin, and amongst the most popular for vacationing worldwide.
It’s not surprising that its calm atmosphere seduces thousands of visitors year after year, being the warmth of its sun and its people, and the serenity which is sensed in the atmosphere and at over 50 five-star hotels which occupy a stretch of the coastline the reason they keep coming back.
Golf enthusiasts have long flocked its shoreline and greens to enjoy a challening game of golf.
Punta Cana begins to the north of Arena Grande Beach, followed by renowned Bavaro Beach, Uvero Alto Beach, Macao Beach and Cortecito Beach. On the other end of the stretch lays Cabeza de Toro, Cabo Engaño, Punta Cana and Juanillo.
The impetuosity of its waves delve into a subdued ocean as its banks descends hastily into the ocean.
Its seaside extends well over 50 kilometers.
Consistent weather patterns year round, with a median temperature of 26°C, fluctuating 12 degrees; reaching an average of 20°C in the winter, and a maximum of 32°C between April and November.
A UNESCO report has recognized the beaches of Bávaro as the best in the world.
Its unmistakable natural splendor and exotic biodiversity makes it heaven on Earth for the enjoyment of sport tourism.
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