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Things to Do in Punta Cana

Looking for a tropical paradise where your holiday snaps match the postcards? Then look no further. Punta Cana is the perfect choice for anyone looking for some sun and sand. But if you're looking for some more direction, here are some tips for your stay.

Cap Cana

This secluded getaway is a golfers dream, with courses designed by Jack Nicklaus. But with 5 star hotels, glorious beaches, and an adventure park, there's something for everyone at Cap Cana.

Puntacana Resort and Club

With everything you could possibly want on site and the fastest resort connection from Punta Cana International Airport, you can start relaxing at Puntacana Resort and Club as soon as you arrive.

Astron

Astron (previously named Esmeralda and Bonnie) is a shipwreck located off the coast of Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. It was a Russian-owned cargo ship built in France by Chantiers de l'Atlantique during 1957. She was 127 metres (417 feet) long, 27,990 gross tons, and was a motor ship.

Astron was delivering 60 tons of corn to Cuba on 7 April 1978, when she ran aground at Punta Cana during a storm. It broke into two pieces with the bow above the water and the stern underwater, with 7,330 barrels of bunker fuel reported lost in the incident.

This famous ship wreck is a favourite diving spot for tourists!

Macao Beach

Once one of the Dominican Republic's most beautiful and unspoiled beaches, things are changing at Macao Beach. Construction of a sprawling resort is going on at the beach that will change the landscape or good. For now, though, Macao remains a lovely place to spend a day at the beach.

Located in the vicinity of Punta Cana, 0.7 miles east-northeast of El Macao, Macao Beach is on the East coast of Hispaniola. You might think about stopping by whether or not you're staying particularly close by. Macao Beach is a distinguishable relaxation spot because it's the ideal location for escaping the typical tourist haunts. Most other beaches you'll come across in the Dominican Republic may be just as pretty, but tend to be busier because they border some of the area's most popular resorts.