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Place: Dominican Republic
Punta Cana - A Bustling, Exciting, Beautiful Destination
by Pieter Le Roux

Nestled in the Dominican Republic's district of La Altagracia is Punta Cana; a bustling, exciting, beautiful destination known for its fabulous beaches and year-round optimal weather. The coastal city of Punta Cana is acclaimed for its many stunning hotel resorts. These resorts continue to attract tourists as they relax and enjoy the pristine beaches and breath-taking views all year round.

Balmy summers in Punta Cana take place between June and August. However, the annual high temperatures are fairly constant at between 27 and 31 degree Celsius all year round! So, even winter time in Punta Cana is an ideal time to soak up the sun and relax on the inviting shores. This warm weather and ongoing sunshine makes this a particularly desirable destination for those seeking to swap dreary winters in the office with hot, sunny days on the white sands of South America. Because of the stunning beaches available, watersports are plentiful in Punta Cana and visitors from all over the world are urged to participate in fun activities like snorkelling, waterskiing, jet-skiing and SCUBA diving during their stay.

The nightlife of Punta Cana has, for years, attracted the young generation to this party capital. Hotels discos and clubs are liberally sprinkled throughout this city and offer no shortage of entertainment - from lazy cocktails to live music and top DJ's.

Other tourist attractions include: Manati Park (a fun-filled water park that will delight every members of the family) Plaza Bolera Punta Cana (a shopping centre and bowling alley in one) Marina Palma Real (a fantastic shopping centre in Bavaro) Saona Island (the ideal point from which to SCUBA dive and see the diversity f life beneath the surface of the ocean)

It is important that anyone planning to pay Punta Cana a visit be aware that June to November are the hurricane months. This means better prices, but also that special care needs to be taken, especially if you plan on brining your family.

The Punta Cana Airport Shared Roundtrip Transfers allow the visitors to South America to travel between the airport of Punta Cana and their hotel within the Dominican Republic. This transfer system is a round trip and is available every day of the week, for 24 hours a day. This ensures the ultimate safety and convenience to the tourists and locals of Punta Cana. This service is available to two areas; i.e. Bavaro, Punta Cana and Uvero Alto. On organising these transfers, it is essential that that we are informed of your flight and accommodation details. Travel vouchers are issued instantly, and these are then used to redeem transfers to and from the airport.

Punta Cana is certainly one of the most desirable beachfront resort destinations in the world. As visitors soak up the sun on sandy beaches, take a dip in refreshing, turquoise waters and finish off a hot day under the warm, South American sky, it is easy to see why such exotic destinations lure visitors from all over the word.

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