About Punta Cana & Lifestyle
A fantastic selection of Restaurants and Bars are situated within the Punta Cana resort. As informal or as formal as you require from Playa Blanca where you can have bar snacks on the beach or dining at “La Yola” by the marina.
There are additional restaurants in the “Tortuga Bay Hotel” a short buggy ride from the house and the Clubhouse also has a fantastic chef.
For after dinner entertainment there a variety of Casino's and Night Clubs in Bávaro.
Punta Cana offers an incredible variety of sporting opportunities such as sailing, diving, snorkeling, fishing, windsurfing, kite boarding, golf, tennis and others. Within few minutes car ride from the house there are four championship golf courses. One is at the end of the garden.
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An international renowned spa “Six Senses” is literally on your door step. The spa offers ten treatment areas. The eight indoor rooms comprise Thai, Vietnamese and Shiatsu massage for individuals or couples, a beauty room, a single treatment room and five treatment rooms ideal for couples. Each has its own changing section, relaxation Area and steam room. There are two outdoor treatment suites, surrounded by the herb garden and tropical plantings, with private Yin-Yang bath. As part of the spa's holistic focus, beauty and pampering treatments, Yoga, Pilate and meditation are also offered. There are indoor and outdoor relaxation areas, plus hydrotherapy.
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The Dominican Republic is the Caribbean's most geographically diverse country, showcasing everything from tropical rainforests and alpine ranges to mangrove swamps and desert expanses. Seasonal whale watching and turquoise clear waters combined with exotic birds, flora and fauna make this island a Nature lover’s paradise.
The Punta Cana Ecological Park protects coastal and inland habitats. Around 80 species of birds live here, along with more than 500 types of plants. The Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park and Reserve is a 1,500-acre private reserve owned and maintained by the Ecological Foundation.
The “Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park”, named for the crystal-clear freshwater lagoons (called "eyes") that run underground to emerge near the sea. Trails lead around the park, or you can take a guided tour.
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