When you envision a snapshot-worthy Dominican Republic beach, you’re likely thinking of Punta Cana, a stretch of beaches and resorts along the eastern coast known for its exceptional beauty. Consistently ranking as some of the best in the world, beach weddings in Punta Cana are always popular. Meanwhile the lively villages and great amenities keep visitors returning again and again.
Punta Cana, the easternmost tip of the Dominican Republic, is a region known for its 160 km stretch of beaches and clear waters. The blue and turquoise waters of the ocean complemented by dazzling white sands make for a perfect sunrise or sunset with your sweetheart.
Punta Cana offers golf enthusiasts the largest selection of world-class golf set among sumptuous resorts in the country. Celebrated as a golf destination with world-class courses designed by of the sport’s top architects, this enchanting region continues to be the top destination for travelers who seek challenging golf at some of the world’s most memorable courses.
Zip Line Adventure
Glide across 12 zip lines and 16 platforms, with the longest cable reaching 2,600 feet (800 m). Enjoy your bird’s-eye view of the lush tropical mountains, with plenty of photo opportunities in between.
Punta Cana Ecological Reserve
Romance seekers can hold hands as they walk trails that meander through tropical forests filled with local biodiversity. The Ecological Reserve is a forest reserve with twelve freshwater lagoons, five of which visitors can swim in. Historians discovered that the Taíno Indians, the pre-Columbian inhabitants of the island, referred to the lagoons as “eyes” because of their distinctive shape. For this reason, the Ecological Park and Reserve was named “Ojos Indígenas” or “Indigenous Eyes.”
Punta Canna boasts some of the best fishing in the Caribbean. Whether your looking for a shared charter or something more private you’ll find it here. Enjoy a full or half day fishing for Marlin, Tuna, Dorado and more.
Hosting a wide variety of animals and reptiles, Manati Park is a place to enjoy nature. From crocodiles and iguanas to flamingos, and a swim with the dolphins, there is so much to see and do.
For non-residents, passports and tourist cards are required upon entry into the Dominican Republic. If you are a citizen of the US, visit travel.state.gov for more information on travel documents needed. For Canadian travelers, visit travel.gc.ca for relevant travel information.
For marriage, couples must present an original passport, copy and translation of original birth certificates, and sworn declaration before a notary public prior to all weddings in the Dominican Republic. Divorce and death decrees are also required if applicable. Check with our Certified Wedding Planner for more details.
Spanish is the official language of the Dominican Republic, though English is widely spoken and understood.
The Dominican peso is the currency of the Dominican Republic, but US dollars are often widely accepted in most areas.