Punta Cana’s colorful vibes and landscapes

Posted on Nov 27 2014 - 10:32am by Pablo Guevara

What is the first to pop up in your head when you think about the Dominican Republic?

If you answer white-sandy beaches and a blue, pristine and clear sea you are correct!

But, what if you add to those attributes some happy and sticky music, fancy costumes and good vibes?


Click on image to hear the official carnaval’s song

In case you can’t here the song: https://soundcloud.com/puntacana-resort-club/carnaval-punta-cana-theme-song

It’s celebrated on the 2nd Saturday of March at Boulevard November 1st, located in Puntacana Village, opposite The Punta Cana International Airport. The celebration begins with a parade of international delegations from Aruba, Curacao, Haiti and Saint Martin, as well as a selection of the very best from the Dominican Republic.

The parade features more than fifteen of the top carnival troupes and is alive with colorful costumes and masks to showcase the cultural traditions and folklore of the country to thousands of locals and tourists from around the world. A live concert features music styles such as merengue, bachata and reggaeton marked the official end of Carnaval.

Entrance to the Punta Cana Carnaval is free, but tickets to sit on a stage during the event are available for purchase.

bachata and reggaeton marked

Click on image to hear the official carnaval’s song

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Click on image to hear the official carnaval’s song

This is one of the many attractions Punta Cana has to offer.

Since there are so many things to do, besides the classic scuba diving and romantic walks on the beach, you have to book yourself a worthy place which meets all your most demanding needs and desires.

Please check all our properties we have across all the island, for sure you will find an excellent match according your budget.

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