Sunday, January 30, 2011

Vacation in Punta Cana

Winning a free trip to the Caribbean is probably one of the few dreams shared by all. Marta Alvarez made it happen. And among all possible destinations, he decided to Punta Cana Find out why from historic monuments, cigar factories, cheerful people and sandy beaches and crystalline waters.
Recently, Solytravel made a fabulous contest that brought many to dream of exotic beaches, turquoise seas and white sands. The contest "Win a trip to the Caribbean" was won by Marta Alvarez, who crossed the Atlantic from Spanish land to live an unforgettable adventure. The first prize of the contest included the possibility of choosing among the many Caribbean destinations where the chain is present beach hotel Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts: Jamaica, Riviera Maya-Cancun, Punta Cana, Samana, La Romana and Puerto Playa Grande Plata. The lucky are inclined to Punta Cana, Dominican paradise situated 215 km from the capital, Santo Domingo.

Why Punta Cana? The reasons abound. With its talcum-fine sand and crystalline waters guarded by coral reefs, this magical destination keeps some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Punta Cana urban beaches alternating with a range of luxury services such as the delightful beaches and stunning pools Macao seawater. There, all imaginable water activities are possible: from scuba diving to discover everything inside the stunning underwater life to entertaining banana rides. "

But not only lives sea Punta Cana are many excursions that can be enjoyed in this corner of extraordinary beauty. Bavarian parks, Adventure Park and Manati Park are ideal for an afternoon with the family. Here you can interact and be surprised with a variety of colorful tropical birds, sea lions and stingrays. Although the favorite time for visitors is undoubtedly the bath with the dolphins.

The excursions to nearby islands and mountain ranges are a great option to learn more about life in the Dominican Republic. D Anamuya Area, for example, visiting coffee plantations, cocoa and sugar cane and tropical fruits are eaten. Farmers open their homes to tourism and share their simple lifestyle and stuck to the ground. In the valleys of Altagracia, the tourists known in the preparation of the legendary Dominican cigars, only able to compete with the inimitable cigars.

Santo Domingo, with its historic beautifully restored sixteenth century deserves a separate chapter. Dedicated to the memory of Christopher Columbus, the city had an important role in the celebrations of V Centenario, and love today with its mix of history and modernity. No wonder that Martha has been so attracted to this Caribbean destination dream sands, friendly people and luxury beach hotels. Did you, which would you choose?

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