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Departure Mon, 01 Jan Return Fri, 12 Jan
MIA Miami
PUJ Punta Cana
return from $374
Departure Sat, 30 Dec Return Sat, 13 Jan
PHL Philadelphia
PUJ Punta Cana
return from $410
Departure Wed, 20 Dec Return Thu, 28 Dec
BRU Brussels
PUJ Punta Cana
return from $1,389
Departure Fri, 29 Dec Return Sun, 07 Jan
GRU Sao Paulo
PUJ Punta Cana
return from $1,439
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Miami - Punta Cana
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Sao Paulo - Punta Cana
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Montevideo - Punta Cana
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Zurich - Punta Cana
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San Juan - Punta Cana
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Punta Cana Vacation

About Punta Cana

Located on the Dominican Republic's easternmost tip, Punta Cana has been a holiday hotspot for decades, which is understandable given its magnificent white beaches and gorgeous weather. Sunshine is pretty guaranteed at any time of year. There was little in Punta Cana before it became a popular travel destination, but nowadays the explosion in flights to Punta Cana means it has been fully developed, with luxurious resorts and immaculate golf courses. The area still retains its natural beauty, though, with palm trees, jungle paths, coral reefs and blue waters – all of which are full of exotic wildlife. Anyone who boards a Punta Cana flight is bound to have a memorable trip.

Things to do and places to visit in Punta Cana

From relaxing in luxury to extreme sports there's plenty to do in Punta Cana, much of which is focused on its 100km of white-sand beaches. All-inclusive resorts offer unparalleled pampering and indulgence, with so many services that guests never need to leave the hotel – nor will they want to. There are also plenty of sporting activities for visitors to enjoy, such as surfing, jet skiing, golfing and fishing. Nature lovers can dive the coral reefs or hike into the surrounding rainforest.

When in Punta Cana, don't miss out on:

  • Scuba diving with sea turtles and tropical fish
  • Having a close encounter with dolphins and sea lions at Dolphin Island Park
  • Eating local favorites like Mofongo or Chicharron de Pollo
  • Visiting the small, picturesque fishing village of Boca de Yuma, once a hiding place for pirates
  • Shopping for souvenirs at an open-air market on the Plaza Bavaro
  • Learn how chocolate is made and taste some samples at ChocoMuseo
  • Taking a boat trip to Saona Island, as seen in Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Visiting the home of famed explorer Juan Ponce de Leon
  • Racing along the beach in a dune buggy
  • Touring a cigar factory
  • Zip lining through the rainforest
  • Visiting the turtle sanctuaries of East National Park
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Airports in Punta Cana

Flights to Punta Cana land at an airport built with a traditional Dominican look. Punta Cana International Airport was the world's first privately owned airport when it opened in 1984. Today, it is the busiest airport in the Dominican Republic.

  • Punta Cana International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Top carriers include: Air Transat, Thomas Cook and Thomson Airways.


    It is located right on the coast, around 24km from Bavaro.


    Rental cars and taxis are the main transportation options at Punta Cana International. In addition, some hotels in the area run free shuttle services for their guests.

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