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    Playa del Macao

    4
    13 reviews

    Macao Beach is the only public beach in the Dominican Republic's Punta Cana region. It's not far from the area's multitude of all-inclusive resorts, but you'll feels worlds away. Towering palm trees line a few miles of unfettered white sand and lots of locals kicking back and relaxing. There aren't poolside waiters with free pinacoladas, but there are several fresh ...

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    Playa El Cortecito

    4.5
    6 reviews

    This is a great little beach if you're an independant traveler looking for a bit more action--there are plenty of spots to lay down a towel and just people watch. It's also a great place to book a parasailing (or fishing or snorkeling) trip--vendors walk the beach offering tours though there also are store fronts offering the same in tiny ...

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    Dolphin Explorer

    4.5
    14 reviews

    I'd never swam with dolphins, and wasn't quite sure what to expect. I was worried it'd seem like a zoo, and they'd be stuck in small unhappy enclosures. But, man, I'd love to be a dolphin here. I can't even begin to describe how fun this is. First, the location is beyond gorgeous -- white-sand beaches, swaying palm trees, the ...

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    Imagine Disco

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Imagine a 20000 square foot under ground disco. It is a very magical experience. Tour buses will pick up and drop off from Los Corales

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    Marinarium

    5
    4 reviews

    fun booze cruise. the snorkeling is okay - there is a lot of fish! then you go and swim with some nursing sharks and stingrays....quite touristy. when all is done, you finally get to booze and head to an area where you can stand in the water, drink, and enjoy the fun company and staff. we met some great people ...

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    Punta Cana Ecological Park

    5
    4 reviews

    Is a 1,500-acre private reserve owned and maintained by the Punta Cana Ecological Foundation.

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    Punta Espada Golf Course Driving Range

    5
    3 reviews

    Best golf course in the area. Inside Cap Cana, only minutes away. Not cheap but a must if you are a golfer. You have 2 more courses in Punta Cana, La Cana and Corales and some more in Bavaro.

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    Scape Park

    5
    2 reviews
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    Canopy Adventure

    4
    2 reviews

    Canopy Adventure is a half day out and away from resorts, in the Dominican Mountains not far from Bavaro Beach, Punta Cana. 8 Double steel lines connected from a huge tree to another, you will be assisted by a professional crew, which provide you with arnes and helmet, and you will be able to jump from a tree to another ...

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    La Cana Golf Course

    4
    1 review

    If you're into golfing but don't want to make the trip to the famous Casa de Campo in La Romana, La Cana Golf Course is a must see (or do, in this case). Set along the Caribbean, it is a gorgeous and challenging 72-par course. In the summer, green fees run around $140, including a golf cart. And if you ...

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    Playa Uvero Alto

    4
    1 review

    Playa Uvero Alto is a beautiful, golden-sand beach on the north shore of Punta Cana. The resorts are spread out, so there's there of uninterrupted beach to walk along.

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    beach buggys

    3
    1 review

    fun, but cheap, constantly breaking down, and there is no mud, as advertised

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    Sky Lounge

    3
    1 review

    After getting through one never-ending line at the ticket counter, you'll need a drink before joining another never-ending line to board your flight at Punta Cana's airport. The Sky Lounge, in a corner of the food court, is the only place to get one. It was surprisingly empty.

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    Punta Cana International Airport

    4
    7 reviews

    With its thatched-roof, open-air airport, you immediately know you've reached warm weather when you arrive in Punta Cana. You'll quickly forget how cute the airport is when you reach the painfully long, slow lines, though.

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