All-Inclusive Vacation in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
This trip includes:
- Round-trip airfare from CVG, ATL, PHL, CLT, IAH, JFK, MDW, or MSY
- Accommodations at Natura Park Beach Eco Resort & Spa
- All meals served at La Cana Buffet
- All local alcoholic beverages, juices, and soft drinks
- House wine served with lunch and dinner
- Ice-cream service at the beach * For the seven-night options, three evening meals per week in an à la carte restaurant; the five-night options include one evening meal
- Daily restocking of minibar
- Wellness Buffet offering fresh, local flavor with low calorie meals
Throughout Natura Park Beach Eco Resort & Spa, footpaths wind past lagoons and bridges to a white-sand beach, Playa Bávaro. Situated on the far eastern portion of the Dominican Republic, the resort sits on a lush plot of land overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Once you’re at the beach, you can kick back on chaise lounges beneath thatched-roof umbrellas or rent a kayak for free and ride the waves. Elsewhere on the property, you can play volleyball or enjoy complimentary tennis, dance, or sailing lessons.
Natura Park Beach Eco Resort & Spa’s buildings comprise local, natural materials including coconut trees, stone, wood, and cane, helping the resort blend nicely into its surroundings. Guest rooms are decked out in subtle, tropical decor with balconies or terraces that overlook the sea or garden.
With the all-inclusive plan, you can pile your plate three times a day at La Cana Buffet. The eatery features internationally influenced cuisine and a wellness buffet with healthy, low-fat meals. Enjoy one dinner during your stay at one of the three à la carte restaurants, which specialize separately in Italian, grilled meat, and seafood. Throughout your vacation, you have access to unlimited tropical cocktails, juices, and local alcoholic beverages at any of the six bars on the property, including one swim-up bar.
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic: Miles of White-Sand Beaches
When Christopher Columbus landed on the Dominican Republic more than five centuries ago, he described it as "a beautiful island paradise." Punta Cana, located on the island's easternmost tip, lays legitimate claim to that description. The coast stretches for more than 20 miles and is dotted with coconut palms, chaise lounges, and laid-back bars. Glitzy resorts feature prominently along the shoreline, but Playa El Cortecito, a short drive up the coast, harks back to earlier times. Brightly colored, thatched-roof shacks line the beach, and local fishermen bring their boats to shore each afternoon with the day's catch.
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