PUNTA CANA FLIGHTS
A PLACE TO ESCAPE FROM THE WORLD
Punta Cana is in the Dominican Republic, a perfect place for holidays of all kinds: family holidays, romantic holidays, luxury holidays... This region has more than 35,000 hotel rooms, ranging from amazing mega-resorts to more modest hotels.
After landing in Punta Cana, you can marvel at its fantastic beaches and explore its underwater life. Diving off the beaches of Punta Cana will give you an amazing insight into the abundance of incredible marine fauna.
But not everything here is about sun and sand: Punta Cana was one of the first landing points for the European discoverers and still cherishes some capitvating sights.
EVERYTHING ABOUT PUNTA CANA
Here are some of the must-sees and must-dos for a perfect holiday in Punta Cana.
BEACHES IN PUNTA CANA
One of the most famous and iconic beaches in the entire Dominican Republic is Playa Bávaro. Thanks to its powdery white sand and crystal-clear waters, it has been declared one of the best beaches in the world by UNESCO.
Other beaches that you shouldn't miss on your trip to Punta Cana are El Cortecito, Arena Gorda, El Limón, Las Terrenas, Cabeza de Toro, Cabo Engaño, Uvero Alto, Macao and Juanillo.
SHOPPING IN PUNTA CANA
The shops of Punta Cana are bursting with natural products and handicrafts. You can buy all kinds of souvenirs for your family on your holiday in Punta Cana. You'll find a whole host of necklaces, rings, coconut bracelets, shark teeth pendants, and so on.
THE SEABED IN PUNTA CANA
Diving and snorkelling are the ideal sports for exploring one of the Caribbean's most stunning seabeds. The beaches of Punta Cana are home to coral reefs which stretch out over twenty-four kilometres. You'll also observe an endless number of tropical fish and even incredible submerged boats.
DINING IN PUNTA CANA
Most hotels are all-inclusive, but if you really want to savour the local cuisine, the best idea is to head out to a restaurant. We recommend Langosta del Caribe, which specialises in lobster grills, and Captain Cook, one of the most popular seafood restaurants in the area. In Playa Bávaro you'll find Huracán Café, which serves a varied menu and is frequented by young people.
From Punta Cana you can head out to pocket-sized islands of unparalleled beauty. The history-rich Isla Saona is where the first settlers landed. As it is officially protected you won't find any buildings, making it a truly idyllic place for your enjoyment.
We also recommend Isla Catalina, a tiny island surrounded by coral reefs at a depth of between two and five metres. As well as the stunning white-sand beaches, this island boasts some stunning cliffs.
NIGHTLIFE IN PUNTA CANA
After a perfect day at the beach, what better than letting your hair down at night? If you're staying at a resort, you can choose from casinos, clubs and bars. You can also venture out of the hotel and soak up the atmosphere at Imagine Punta Cana, Pacha, Mangu, Areito, La Punta and Palladium Bávaro.
HELPFUL HINTS FOR TRAVELLING TO PUNTA CANA
When you're booking your flight to Punta Cana, check out these helpful hints for travellers. The official currency is the Dominican Peso (DOP). Nationals and residents of the United States, Canada and most European countries can enter the country with a 30-day tourist card, which you can purchase at the customs and immigration desk for USD 10.
Havana is six hours behind Madrid in the summer and five hours behind in the winter. The power supply at most hotels is 110 volts. You'll need an adaptor for plugs.
At Evelop we strive to do everything possible to make sure you have a wonderful holiday in Punta Cana. That's why your Evelop flight will be the perfect start to your once-in-a-lifetime trip.
Switch off from the daily routine in a true paradise surrounded by stunning beaches, luxury hotels and incredible golf courses.