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Punta Cana is Open! Welcome Back!

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We are happy to welcome back our guests from July 1 as the first flights start arriving to Punta Cana. After months of uncertainty for all of us, finally we can get back to doing what we love most! We’re busy doing last minute preparations for you to ensure that your visit is safe and…

Why Punta Cana Should Be Your First Vacation After Lockdown

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Most of us have been on lockdown since March due to the COVD-19 pandemic. Many of us have found it incredibly difficult to stay home, even though we know it is the best thing to do right now. We’re all dreaming of the day that we can visit friends and family as normal, and some…

When will flights to Punta Cana Resume?

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic millions of vacations to Punta Cana were cancelled. Tourism is one of the most important sources of income for locals in the area. Everyone is eagerly waiting to find out when flights will resume, so they can reschedule their vacation! The Dominican Republic has been voted the number one travel…

A Healthy and Healing Recipe from Punta Cana!

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The people are what make Punta Cana special! Today we have an interview with a member of the community who has introduced a taste of the exotic to the destination. Krishna Duddukuri is well known for offering not only delicious Indian food, but also incredible wisdom during tough times. Since we are all finding it…

BOP Cares – Helping the Punta Cana Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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BOP Cares is a foundation based in Holland which is dedicated to helping the most vulnerable communities in the Punta Cana area. These communities often need regular support for basic necessities such as food, clothing, medication, and more. Under ‘normal’ circumstances, these families are struggling to survive, and they certainly aren’t equipped to deal with…

Five Things to Do During Lockdown to Bring Punta Cana to Your Home!

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All over the world, travel plans are cancelled and people are in lockdown staying safe in their homes. At the moment it’s impossible to say when the COVID-19 pandemic will end. All we can do is look forward to the day that we will be able to travel again. In the meantime, here at Best…

Punta Cana is on Vacation!

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Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, borders across the world have been closed, flights grounded and travel plans cancelled. As people have been put on lockdown, streets are empty of visitors and locals. The beating heart of Punta Cana has seemingly stopped. Despite the heavy impact felt by humans, there is a positive impact on the…

Four Wheel Adventures in Punta Cana, and Why Even Rainy Days Equal Fun!

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Here in Punta Cana, we’re blessed to have A LOT of hot, sunny days! It’s one of the reasons that visitors flock here, especially during the winter months. To escape the cold and clouds of home. When it comes rain is usually brief, with the sun appearing shortly after to dry your skin. However, being…

Whale Watching Season Has Arrived!

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Although Christmas and New Year has passed and the festivities are over, here in the Dominican Republic we are excited for January as we await some eagerly anticipated visitors- Humpback Whales! Every year, between January and March, the island is blessed to host three to five thousand whales as they migrate to the Samana bay…

I’m going on vacation to Punta Cana, should I be worried about Earthquakes?

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With all of the seismic activity in the south of Puerto Rico since late December, a lot of people have been asking about the possibility of an earthquake in Punta Cana. In reality, in most parts of the world, earthquakes happen every single day and you don’t even feel it! There are a lot of…