The Best Beaches in Punta Cana

There are nearly 30 miles of white sand beaches stretching along the east coast of the Dominican Republic–aptly nicknamed the Coconut Coast. It’s more than you ‘ll have time for during a single stay. Here are the stretches worth making it to when you’re in the area, whether your hotel is in Bávaro Beach, or south of the Punt Cana International Airport, known as Punta Cana proper.

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August 14, 2015 by
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CREACTIVE at Club Med Punta Cana

Taking Your Caribbean Vacation to Fun & Fit Heights

Sun, sand and warm water every shade of blue. The Caribbean has all the makings for a beach vacation. But Club Med Punta Cana, located in the Dominican Republic, just upped the ante with a new view of a classic seaside getaway. Instead of enjoying the ocean breeze from the comfort of a beach chair, now guests with a sense of adventure can soar above the sea.

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July 20, 2015 by
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Fun Things to Do in Puerto Plata

The adventure capital of the Dominican Republic, the Puerto Plata province offers more than meets the eye. Past the golden stretches and Atlantic blue seas, is a province with a myriad of outdoor adventures. Here are three to get started in discovering the thrill of the DR’s northern coast.

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July 10, 2015 by
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Exploring Santo Domingo on the Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

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When I arrived at the departure desk for the Santo Domingo Hop-on and Hop-off Tour, on a Friday morning at 9am, I anticipated a crowd. The night before, I had already planned my route–which stops I would take advantage of and how long I might be able to stay at each, before catching the next bus. I’ll admit, I was a tad anxious about how organized this HOHO tour would be and if I would be left stranded at the end of the day, in the middle of Santo Domingo.

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June 19, 2015 by
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Where to Stay in Santo Domingo

For the best location and experiences, particularly for the first timer, three areas stand out: the Colonial Zone, the adjacent middle-class neighborhood of Gazcue, and the Malecón. All three areas are interconnected, an easy walk from each other and to the city’s popular sights, restaurants and museums.

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May 5, 2015 by
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3 Museums Not to Miss in Santo Domingo

Between Santo Domingo’s Colonial Zone–a ten block, cobblestoned stretch filled with ancient buildings, parks and still carrying the aura of Spanish conquistadores–to the bustling city center, the Dominican capital is home to some of the best museums you’ll find in the Caribbean region. Here are three to prioritize if you’re lucky enough to make a stop in La Capital.

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April 17, 2015 by
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