All-Inclusive Vacation in Punta Cana
Each option includes:
- Round-trip airfare from ATL, BOS, JFK, BWI, MDW, CLT, CVG, or BNA
- 6 or 7 nights of all-inclusive, premium room accommodations at Memories Splash, Punta Cana
- Unlimited meals and snacks (a la carte dining)
- Unlimited beverages including domestic and selected international alcoholic drinks
- Non-motorized watersports including kayaking and snorkeling
- Introductory scuba lesson
- Daily and nightly resort entertainment
- All taxes and gratuities
Hotel at a Glance: Memories Splash, Punta Cana
At Memories Splash, the action centers on Splash Park, a colorful waterworld outfitted with slides, a wave pool, and tubing spots with names like Kamikaze and Black Hole. The water park is just one of the attractions that makes this all-inclusive resort an ideal destination for families. There’s also a kids’ club, a teens’ lounge, and complimentary snorkeling, kayaking, and scuba diving (additional fee). Adults can find peace and quiet at the spa or by one of the swimming pools.
- Palm-lined beach: The resort sits atop one of Bávaro’s most popular beaches, known as Arena Gorda (Spanish for “fat sand”).
- No reservations required: Dine for free at five onsite restaurants, which include a rustic Italian dinner spot and a healthy buffet.
- Guest room balconies overlook the pool or the resort’s tropical gardens.
- Sip on colorful cocktails at 11 onsite bars, including three swim-up bars, a tequila bar, a sports bar, and a teens’ bar with fun non-alcoholic drinks.
- Trivia games, beach activities, and an onsite casino provide plenty of non-stop fun.
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.