I only have two words for you today: Gastronomic Tour!
According to an article written by Hotelnewsnow.com, the "Global Business Travel Association’s “2013 European business traveler well-being study,” shows that 65% of the 675 people surveyed said
This last weekend marked the final days of play at the US Open, which probably means that more than a few of the people reading this sat glued to the TV for multiple hours watching the final two rounds unfold.
Visitors may be interested to learn that Punta Cana specifically started out as our company’s name, a brand created in the early 1970s by Frank Rainieri, for a piece of land originally called Punta Borrachón (Drunkard’s Point).
A few months ago, the Puntacana Foundation uploaded a video to our YouTube channel that may have flown a bit under the radar, but it’s for a subject that is near and dear to our hearts, so we would like to explore it a bit more and discuss one of the most exciting projects the Foundation has ever undertaken.
Although he has recently become a tennis star, it is safe to say that throughout his career Victor Estrella has been the underdog. Born August 2, 1980 in Santiago de los Caballeros, a small yet lively
I have vivid memories of myself as a child dreaming about life under the sea. I don’t know if it was from reading 10,000 Leagues Under the Sea one too many times or whether it was just natural curiosity,
Imagine this: you are walking on our property near the Corales resort, and you notice a sign that there are hawks nearby. You look up and get a glimpse of one of the world’s most endangered species: the Ridgway’s hawk.
The plate above is a not only a signature dish found in Playa Blanca Restaurant but a favorite amongst many Dominicans. This rice and pigeon pea mixture is referred to as Moro de guandules (or gandules as Puerto Ricans would call it) is a staple on the dinner table and a Dominican classic.
It’s the last day of vacation, and you’re probably having that same feeling that we all have: I love it here, and I don’t want to leave. I have some good news for you -- the vacation at Puntacana doesn’t have to end.