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With nearly 1,000 miles of gorgeous sun-kissed coastline, lapped by both the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, you can’t help but book Punta Cana shore excursions that showcase the Dominican Republic’s breathtakingly beautiful sugar-sand beaches, rugged mountains, rainforests, waterfalls, colorful flora, and incredible marine life.
Indulge your urge to splurge on Punta Cana cruise excursions that offer five-star beach resorts with luxury amenities, catamaran sailings, deep-sea fishing, or dolphin adventures. Spend a day at an all-inclusive adults-only beach resort where sunning on a chaise and sipping tropical drinks from an open bar are the most strenuous activities of the day. If the desire for activity overtakes you, check out the many water activities, including kayaking. Snacking or sumptuous dining indoors or al fresco is also on the table for Punta Cana cruise passengers.
Enjoy sailing along the sapphire-blue sea on a catamaran cruise to a sheltered spot for some of the best island snorkeling. Sip a signature Dominican beverage or a drink from the open bar as you enjoy a leisurely sail along the stunning coastline.
For a joyful day of family fun in the sun, nothing beats swimming and frolicking with dolphins. Learn all about these gentle marine mammals from marine specialists who’ll guide you in shallow water for an extraordinary experience.
If you’re looking for an active adventure, book Punta Cana shore excursions to see the rugged and unspoiled beauty of the island. Start out on an open-air mega truck, ride safari-style through the lush countryside to sugar cane fields, coffee, and pineapple plantations, then sit atop a gentle horse for a ride into the surf. Enjoy a bit of beach time and a swim in the sparkling blue sea.
Discover the Dominican Republic’s rich history and culture on Punta Cana shore excursions to the island’s capital city of Santo Domingo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll through the city’s Colonial Zone and see buildings that date back to the 16th century. Soak up the city’s cultural vibe as you visit museums and monuments. Shop for local souvenirs and have a Dominican-style café lunch.