All-Inclusive Punta Cana Eco-Resort On the Beach
Natura Park Beach Eco Resort & Spa is an expansive all-inclusive resort set on more than 100 acres of beaches, tropical gardens, and coconut plantations—an upscale natural paradise. Here, wildlife wanders freely. You could have close encounters with flamingos, peacocks, and turtles. Designed to incorporate as much of the local area's bounty as possible, Natura Park Beach Eco Resort & Spa's lushly landscaped grounds blend into its surroundings, using tropical woods and stone to create a peaceful oasis feel. Splash into the curving lagoon pool, take a sailing class, or eat at one of the four on-site restaurants, which range from a formal steakhouse to casual buffet-style. This vacation includes:
- Round-trip airfare
- Alternate departure dates/gateways may be available for additional fee.
- 4, 6, or 7 nights all-inclusive standard hotel room accommodations at Natura Park Eco Beach Resort & Spa
- All Meals and Snacks (there is a limit on a la carte restaurants)
- Unlimited Domestic Beverages
- Stocked In-Room Mini-Bar
- Non-Motorized Water Sports (may incur additional insurance fees)
- Bicycle Rental
- Gym/Fitness Center
- Supervised Children's Program(s)
- Tennis Court(s)
- Daily Organized Activities
- Nightly Entertainment
- Hotel Taxes and Gratuities
The all-inclusive package means you get all meals and drinks included at three a la carte restaurants and six bars. Take in the sunset from your airy private balcony, then head downstairs and walk a few steps to the white-sand beach. Take your children over to the supervised Kids' Club and the children's pool, then try out snorkeling in crystal clear waters or float over to the swim-up bar for a drink. There's plenty to do just at the resort—from nightly entertainment shows to nature walks, windsurfing (may incur additional insurance fees), and bicycle rides—but if you're looking to go off-site, the concierge can help arrange for ecological tours or golfing excursions.
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.