Punta Cana is a resort town within the Punta Cana-Bávaro-Veron-Macao municipal district, in the municipality of Higüey, in La Altagracia Province, the easternmost province of the Dominican Republic. The area has beaches and balnearios which face both the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, and it has been a popular tourist destination. If you like the sea and the sun, you have to come and enjoy our Caribbean Sun excursion (only adults).
We leave you some of the best beaches in the northern part of Bavaro – Punta Cana:
Bavaro Beach – The main touristic beach in Bavaro, Playa Bavaro is beautiful with powdery white sand and coco palms leaning onto the shore. Bavaro beach is very long and an evening walk along Playa Bavaro can seem endless. Walk pass the gift shops and find your perfect spot on the beach.
Arena Gorda – Also known as the Fat Sand Beach because of its wide sand beach that slopes gently down to the sea. Shallow water give this beach its beautiful blue color and many people say this beach it’s perfect for kids.
Macao Beach – An undeveloped, virgin beach around 20 to 30 minute drive north of Bavaro. There is Macao Surf Camp, where you can rent or get surfing lesson, and restaurants right on the beach. Macao beach is popular between local Dominicans (especially at weekends).
Uvero Alto – Uvero Alto is not a well-known beach area. The area outside of the resorts and hotels is relatively undeveloped and with nowhere else to eat or shop. The beach is very wide, with lush green coconut forest leaning onto it.
El Cortecito & Los Corales – With no access restrictions, El Cortecito Beach and Los Corales, in the heart of Bavaro, is like a small fisherman’s village where you will find restaurants, bars, supermarkets, shopping centers and many gift and craft shops nearby.
You can find us here, in Los Corales! All our pirates are waiting for you!