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Built in the traditional Dominican style, the Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) has open air terminals with palm cana leaves for roofs. It is a privately owned commercial airport in the eastern Dominican Republic of Punta Cana.
The main gateway into Punta Cana, the airport receives flights from around the world daily, and is located about 30 minutes away from most resorts and hotels. It is the second busiest airport in the Caribbean and busiest in the Dominican Republic. The airport has two terminals; one international and the other, domestic. Transit from the airport into the city is by bus, rental cars and taxis.
Punta Cana sits on the easternmost tip of the Dominican Republic. It is combined with the Bávaro area to form the the Coconut Coast, also known as La Costa del Coco.
This area, where the Atlantic meets the Caribbean, consists of luxurious all-inclusive resorts and water sports like windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and also known for zip-lining.
A great location for a couple only or family vacation, Punta Cana is popular for great golfing, spectacular beaches and upscale hotels and resorts. Visitors to the city enjoy water adventures, scenic beach views, delicious foods and total relaxation.
A vacation destination, Punta Cana also has championship golf courses for golf lovers and limitless opportunities for entertainment. From fishing, to scuba diving and romantic beachfront escapes, Punta Cana offers a lot to anyone looking for the perfect holiday.
You can find fabulous untouched beaches at Isla Saona, which is located just off the coast of Punta Cana. This government-protected nature reserve consists of magnificent palm trees and white, sandy beaches. It is a refreshing escape from the touristy Bávaro, and there are quite a number of tour packages with a ferry ride to Isla Saona for a day.
Food lovers will thoroughly enjoy the comfort food that the Dominican Republic offers. Being a tri-creole cultural country, its food is evidence of a cultural melting pot; rich and delicious, it would be sinful to leave without trying a few.
Guests can try Locrian, which is similar to paella but can be combined with vegetables and different types of seafood, or prepared with chicken or beef. There is also the delicious beef stew, sanchocoIt which is a popular Dominican cuisine prepared with numerous ingredients. The Bandera, is the most popular Dominican dish, consisting of cooked beans, meat and white rice served alongside a salad and fried plantains. The beef can be replaced with pork or chicken.