While this will come as a shock to many of my friends in the US and Canada who are forced to contend with blizzards and freezing pipes, here at PUNTACANA we are gearing up for our annual Sun & Fun Golf Tournament on Saturday, March 21. This event promises both sun and fun, and best of all the proceeds from the tournament go to a great cause - helping the junior golf program for at-risk children in the nearby town of Veron.
_Here at PUNTACANA we appreciate the random and miscellaneous. As we said in a previous blog post, we are unconventional, and we like it. One of our employees gave us a list of her favorite things to do in Punta Cana, and it is both unique and refreshing… and it’s a world apart from our prior list of top 10 tourist attractions in Punta Cana.
What are some of the things that you think of when you hear the word “Carnival?” If you are like a lot of people, you probably imagine parades, parties, and Brazil - and it’s that last part that we are here today to talk about.
It has been a few weeks since we last discussed the great outdoors and the many wonderful things you can do in Punta Cana, but I just so happen to have news of a 45th anniversary celebratory event for all of the adrenaline junkies out there. You’re probably wondering what I’m talking about, but it’s probably better to have professional kiteboarders Susi Mai and Aaron Hadlow do it for me:
Every year since 1996 the Puntacana Foundation has organized a gala and concert in the town of Higüey featuring music performed by the National Symphony Orchestra and Choir.
In addition to restoring the staghorn coral population, the PUNTACANA Ecological Foundation has another project that is near and dear to our hearts: sea turtle preservation.
The PUNTACANA Resort and Club, situated on the easternmost side of the Dominican Republic, is never in short supply of natural beauty.
According to The World Health Organization, “Wellness an active process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life...a state of complete physical, mental, and
“Marco Antonio Paz Del Alamo, Tortuga Bay’s active chef is a Young innovator on a path of great growth. Having worked and lived in countries such as England, Spain, the United States, and currently
When thinking of athletics in the Dominican Republic, I’m sure that one word comes to mind, BASEBALL! Well, here we home more than just baseball players. The Dominican Republic is now the country of
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