Travel Punta Cana: 3 Things Not to Miss
Ride a speedboat on Arena Gorda Beach
You can make like James Bond from this sandy sweep, 20 minutes’ drive from Bavaro Beach – it’s home to the Bavaro speedboat ride. For something more sedate, stick to dry land. This is one of Punta Cana’s widest stretches of coast, which explains the name – it translates to ‘fat sand’.
Visit the archetypal island of Saona Island on this exclusive day out. First you’ll travel by a fast boat stopping at a natural pool in the middle of the sea. Here you can cool off and swim or snorkel alongside the shoals of tropical fish. Once you’re on dry land you can call the shots on how to spend the day. Surrounded by Starfish Palm trees that cast their shadows on the linen-white beaches, you’ll feel like you’ve entered paradise.
Watch the sunset at El Cortecito Beach
This beach holds hands with Bavaro Beach on the Dominican Republic’s east coast. It’s one of the most popular stretches of sand in the area and it sidles up to a few beach bars, which offer front row seats to the sunset at dusk.
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