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The four standalone homes at Puntacana Resort & Club include Villa Tortuga, Casa Caribe, Corales Cove, and Villa Cayena. Each of these stately four-, five-, or seven-bedroom villas includes a private pool and a golf cart for quick trips to the beach, spa, restaurants, and more. Our largest home in Punta Cana, Corales Cove overlooks the 18th hole of Corales Golf Course.
Further south at Cap Cana Resort, each of our three stunning Inspirato homes—Villa Ana, Villa Bagua, and Villa Caona—come with a private pool, fantastic service, and sweeping ocean views just outside your door. At these three villas, enjoy daily breakfast prepared by your butler for the cost of groceries.
La Altagracia province's pristine golden beaches are within the heart of the Punta Cana region and are tailor-made for lounging. The aquamarine waters invite you to enjoy world-class reef snorkeling, deep sea sport fishing, whale watching and swimming with dolphins. Along with myriad beach and water sports diversions, some of the best golf courses curve along this dazzling coastal region, including courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, George Fazio, Pete Dye and Nick Faldo. You'll enjoy consistent weather year-round with warm temperatures and very little rain. Choose from an array of open-air, top-tier restaurants, which are sprinkled throughout the region.
Caribbean Dream Punta Cana Tours offers a two-hour horseback ride right on the beach in northern Punta Cana. Professional guides will accompany you along Punta Cana Beach.
For water lovers who enjoy a relaxed beach day, Juanillo Beach and Playa Blanca are two great options. If you're interested in surfing, go to Playa Macao, just a 50-minute drive from Cap Cana.
Punta Cana's beaches are even lovelier from the water. Charter a private catamaran and explore the shoreline at high speed, or join Marinarium Tours for a snorkeling tour of the exquisite reef-dwelling marine life.
If you're feeling lucky, head to one of the new Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana. It has lots of gaming options that include blackjack, craps, roulette and baccarat, plus more than 380 slots and video poker games.
Relax and unwind while rejuvenating sand- and sun-damaged skin at one of Punta Cana's world-class spas. Try a massage, body wrap or tropical fruit body smoother at the elegant Six Senses, located in La Cana Golf & Beach Club.
The most popular beer in Punta Cana is Presidente, a crisp Pilsner produced by Cervecería Nacional Dominicana. If you prefer a darker beer with more flavor, try Bohemia, a German-style Pilsner made by the same distributor.
Many establishments in Punta Cana do not accept debit and credit cards. Bring cash in U.S. currency to get access to all restaurants, entertainment and services.
For a romantic date night, make a reservation for dinner at La Palapa by Eden Roc, located in the Caletón Beach Club. The menu features fresh fish and seafood, gnocchi and sushi with incredible views of the Caribbean Sea.
Beach bars and local restaurants serve up the perfect island cocktail. Try El Codo del Diablo, a blend of rum, vodka, blue Curaçao and fruit juices -- the signature drink of the Fazio-designed Corales golf course.
Temperatures here hover around 80 degrees year-round. The area does experience some effects of hurricane season (June - November), and Punta Cana in particularly is prone to severe tropical storms. Annual rainfall here averages 40 inches.
The weather outside is hardly frightful in Punta Cana. In fact, it's downright mild for most of the year. On average, the temperatures stay consistent with highs in the upper 80s. January is the "coldest" month, dipping only to the lower 70s. Under a beach umbrella, all signs point to a forecast that is flawless.