Punta Cana International Airport
Gladys Dominican Restaurant
Car: not necessary
The Punta Cana destination is made up of the areas (going from south to north) of Cap Cana (Juanillo), Punta Cana, Cabeza de Toro, Bavaro, El Cortecito, Arena Gorda, Macao and Uvero Alto. Today, the East Coast beach strip is one of the best choices for those seeking the perfect beach and R&R (rest and relaxation) vacation. This is a place for vegging out… miles of silky-fine white sand, deserted beaches with coconut palms and stunning crystal clear turquoise waters. El Cortecito, located between Punta Cana-Bavaro and Macao, is a little beach town in the area filled with tourists and locals alike. In this area, you can find beach side restaurants and bars, stores, supermarkets, pharmacies, currency exchanges, ATMs, and handicraft vendors and souvenir shops located right on the beach. What to do? Water sports, safari-type excursions, 4-wheel tours, buggy rides, jeep safaris, monster trucks, helicopter rides, horseback riding and/or swim with dolphins, sting-rays or sharks.
Golf: Punta Cana Bavaro is a wonderful destination for golf lovers. Being able to play all year round is just one of the advantages of the Dominican Republic. Characterized by regular sunshine, by very little rain and by extended daylight periods, Punta Cana Bavaro is golf lover's haven. Eleven courses invite everyone from beginners to profesionals onto the links for a round of fun. Choose from terrific courses such as Punta Espada, La Cana, Los Corales, Cocotal Golf, Iberostate Golf, Cana Bay, Punta Blanca and The Faldo Legacy Course.