For vacationers who prefer an inclusive beach haven with world-class amenities like an 18-hole golf courses, a Six Senses Spa and a full-service marina, then this beachy eco-friendly haven in the Dominican Republic is all of these and more. Puntacana Resort & Club’s home rentals are an extension of the resort’s offerings that are centered around sustainability through their zero-waste program to reduce pollution of the local landfills and a wastewater treatment plan that reuses recycled water for irrigation.
The resort and real estate community at Puntacana is an expansive seaside locale in the Caribbean on the easternmost tip of the country known as the Coconut Coast. The region is known for its powdered-sugar beaches, swaying palm trees dotting the landscape and a richly bio-diverse environment. Eco-conscious travelers who want to see environmental efforts being taken far after their trip ends will be encouraged to know the preservation efforts taken through the Grupo Puntacana Foundation. Under its Center for Marine Innovation, they are reducing overfishing through reef fish nurseries and efforts to restore coral reef along with their sea turtle conservation to protect the precious marine life.
"What makes this resort’s impact even greater is the support from tourists whose visits to the properties are a contribution to keep these ecological efforts thriving"
Guests who want a more spacious residence while visiting the area can get their privacy in the home rentals from one to nine-bedroom apartments and homes. They are appointed with classic and beach-inspired interiors that put the views out to the glittering waters at the forefront. Private pools, stone archways and sophisticated interior design all lends itself to a luxe retreat on the Caribbean. Beyond the private homes, you can have access to all of the resort’s plethora of amenities. Foodies will gush over the nine restaurants at the resort while wellness seekers can find their bliss at the renowned spa. Animal lovers can venture out to the apiary where a bird watching tower looks out to the local Ridgeway’s Hawk and tours of the lowland subtropical forest take guests through the protected landscape budding with wildlife.
What makes this resort’s impact even greater is the support from tourists whose visits to the properties are a contribution to keep these ecological efforts thriving.
BY by LIVIA HOOSON.
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