My husband and I had so much fun on the Mini Cooper Tour. Tours are not usually my thing when I go on vacation, so I was hesitant, but this tour offered us a relaxing afternoon, filled with beautiful Dominican countryside and interesting stops along the way. We loved being able to drive our own mini cooper .
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The famous circus entertainment act "Cirque du Soleil" is teaming up with Club Med to bring Punta Cana visitors an exciting new circus themed playground called Creactive. The Creative Playground will be where guests can learn new tricks and skills, like juggling and tightrope walking while on their vacation. This partnership between Club Med and Cirque de Soleil is the first of its kind and Creative will be the only playground of this type in the world. Imagine coming to Punta Cana on vacation and leaving a circus star!
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The busiest airport in the Dominican Republic, just got an exciting new edition. The Punta Cana International Airport just recently opened a new terminal, capable of accommodating an additional 2 million passengers a year. The terminal inluding a new VIP lounge, 50 new ticketing counters, plenty of power hubs, and a new play area for kids. This new terminal will facilitate comfortable travel for the rapidly growing Punta Cana area.
The Dominican Republic is one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean, and perfect 80 degree year long weather has made the island the ideal get away for golfers. The country now boasts 26 premier golf courses, the majority of them crafted by world renowned golfers and golf course architects. The highest concentration of golf courses is located in the country's easternmost region of Punta Cana. Here we review 5 of our favorite courses in the area, giving you the inside scoop on why we think they're the best.
The Dominican Republic has a rich culinary tradition, and recipes have been passed down from generation to generation. The way that food is prepared, what to eat at what time, and how food is consumed is all steeped in tradition. Sharing food is important in Dominican culture, after all, the way to the heart is through the stomach. And one of the worst names to be called here is a “come solo” or someone who eats alone or is stingy.