Punta Cana Flights GuideDefinitely one of the largest touristic hubs on the sunny Dominican Republic, this town on this island, which shares with neighboring Haiti, is not short on beautiful beaches and happy resort towns. Catch some tourists sipping margaritas in view of the Caribbean at Cap Cana Resort, or some locals hanging out at Los Haites National Park.
Nearby capital Santo Domingo is vibrant and can easily be reached via rental car. It is the largest metropolitan area in the Caribbean and full of Dominican cultural sites. The same is true of Puerto Plata. Additionally, nearby Haiti can be reached via short flights from Santo Domingo to Port-Au-Prince.
Punta Cana is famous for its tropical wet and dry climate, well-known in the Caribbean. The temperatures are stable nearly year round, with humidity climbing in the summer months (particularly from May to October) and plummeting in the winter. Though Punta Cana is nice any time of year, the winter may be particularly appealing for those stuck in a long dark winter elsewhere. But beware. Many other people may have the same idea. Equally popular as a summer vacation destination, you are likely to find the best access to natural parks and landmarks in the Spring and Autumn, locally considered low season.
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