Dominican culture is rich and vibrant, and from the moment you step off the plane your ears will be filled with the sounds of Dominican Merengue. Merengue is considered by many as the official music and dance of the Dominican Republic. Merengue not only brings people together on the
Punta Cana is know for it’s gorgeous white sand beaches, but what you should know is the Dominican Republic is not just sun and sand. A short distance from Punta Cana there is another magical place, filled with mangroves, rare endangered species and channels of underground caves.
Whale watching season is almost here! Every winter between January and March, thousands of North Atlantic Humpback Whales visit the Samana Bay to breed their calves and mate in the warm Caribbean waters. The Dominican Republic has one of the largest Humpback Sanctuaries, which makes for excellent whale watching.
From ordering take-out to paying our electricity bill, today we can do just about anything online. You can plan out and book your entire Punta Cana vacation. I mean, it’s pretty awesome that you can sit bundled up on a train during your morning commute to work, and
The Punta Cana we know today is only about 45 years old One of the lesser known Punta Cana facts is that the area was only developed around 45 years ago. In 1969, what is now Punta Cana was just 30 square miles of undeveloped, impenetrable brush that stretched