Punta Cana Itinerary 7 Days

Must-see Tourist Destinations in Punta Cana

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Recently Made Itineraries for 7 Days in Punta Cana

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7 Days in Punta Cana - Perfect 1 Week Guide

Flocked to by those seeking a Caribbean rendezvous at the white, powdery-soft beaches while putting up at one of the many all-inclusive resorts that fringe the Caribbean Sea, Punta Cana is everything that an idyllic beach holiday looks like. It is only when you get here, you may think of spending your entire life in this beautiful resort town, but coming back to reality even a good 1 week in Punta Cana will do wonders to your mind, body and soul. So how do you go about an ultimate Punta Cana Itinerary 7 Days you ask? The choice is yours- be the quintessential beach bum all day all night or hit the roads and explore the plethora of beaches, marinas, casinos, national parks and watersports that Punta Cana has to offer you.

What to see in Punta Cana in 7 days?

Day 1 and 2

To begin your Punta Cana sojourn it is a good idea to begin on a reverent note at the Jesus Maestro Parish. This parish holds lovely mass services in the mornings; what better way to embark on your Punta Cana sojourn? Next, head to the super amusing Manati Park counted among the best things to do in Punta Cana with kids. The dolphin and sea lion shows here, is a wonderful treat not just for the kids but even adults. For those who love a little bit of retail therapy, spending your afternoons at the eclectic Palma Real Shopping Village can be a fair deal. This is a mall where you can get your hands on some local specialities including food items and even textiles. After a soul-satisfying lunch and an afternoon siesta head to the Bavaro Beach to behold a charming sunset. Should you be a chocoholic, make sure to check out the Chocomuseo Punta Cana. Nothing short of a chocolate heaven that this is, you can taste various types of chocolate in both liquid and solid forms. Should you seek some thrill, you must check out the Cave Oleg Bat House. And to satiate your retail craving a little more, checking out the San Juan Shopping Center can be befitting.

Day 3 and 4

The third and fourth day bestow you with the opportunity of exploring Punta Cana’s glorious outdoors. Make sure to stack up on the sunscreen as you will spending a lot of time outdoors. The Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park & Reserve, Splash Park, Macao Beach, the amazing island of Isla Catalina and the magical Hoyo Azul are some attractions you will be covering in these two days. Their names depict their features and all you should be concerned about is having a gala time at these. For those seeking water-centric activities in Punta Cana, you must know that the Hoyo Azul offers a host of activities like cliff jumping and just leisure swimming. The Isla Catalina is a scenic island that can be reached by a one-hour boat ride.

Day 5 and 6

Days five and six in Punta Cana are all about leisure. Try your luck at the casinos of Hard Rock Casino Punta Cana and Sirenis Aquagames Punta Cana. Make merry at the fabulous bar Coco Bongo Punta Cana that will easily turn out to be your place to chill at in the evenings. Spending your afternoons and early evenings at the Punta Espada Golf Course can be a great consideration. Playing gold here can be a pleasurable experience owing to its location just off the seafront! Being one of the three Jack Nicklaus Signature golf courses, this one holds a special significance for professional golfers. It has been drawing golfing enthusiasts since its opening in the year 2006. This par 72 course, indeed, offers a one of its kind experience! If an adrenaline rush nudges in these two days, make your way to the stimulating Bavaro Adventure Park. At this park, zip lining, trampoline bungee, horse riding, mountain biking, paintball and BMX pump track are some exciting activities you can look forward to. Some very cool Segway tours here are the highlight of this attraction, for both kids as well as adults. And when you are done make sure to take a splash in the pool which also features a cascading waterfall!

Day 7

Conclude your seventh and last day in Punta Cana by making a trip to the gorgeous Isla Saona or the Saona Island. This island confers you with unparalleled Caribbean goodness with its being as a part of the East National Park. Its scenic features have made this a popular location for several films. The translucent, azure waters here divinely mesmerizing, to say the least!

Tours and Activities in Punta Cana for 7 days

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Best Hotels in Punta Cana for 7 Day Trip

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