The Dominican Republic and the beaches of Punta Cana.
The Dominican Republic, known as the pearl of the Caribbean Sea, has been attracting crowds of tourists for many years, seducing with its snow-white vast beaches with tall coconut palms and immaculately clear turquoise waters. This place is created for those who like to sunbathe throughout the day, and for those who prefer more active types of recreation, for example, diving into magical coral reefs. Further in the blog “Antina Anta – my view”
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
The Dominican Republic is the second largest country in the Caribbean, occupying two—thirds of the territory of Haiti. The beaches of Punta Cana, one of the most beautiful in the world, are located on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic, on the Coconut Coast, and stretch for as much as thirty kilometers from Bavaro to Uvero Alto, where there is no shortage of luxury – some inclusive hotels. Not far from the beaches there are clubs, bars and restaurants offering local delicacies such as empanadas (dumplings stuffed with meat and vegetables or cheese), as well as shops with handmade souvenirs and local alcoholic beverages, including the famous Caribbean rum.
What especially attracts world-class stars who love active recreation in these regions of the world is: extensive golf courses, spa centers, a zoo, Indian Eyes Nature Reserve and an ecological park. Kayaking, sea fishing, coral reef diving and horse riding are also possible here. The popularity of the Punta Cana Carnival, which lasts only one day, is also growing every year, but it may well compete with the one organized in Rio de Janeiro.