Expert Travel Advice to Punta Cana
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Top Answers To Punta Cana Travel Questions
JoeBee asked:Answer this1 AnswerAlistair answered:I doubt you will find much free windsurfing in Punta Cana, though many of the island's all-inclusive resorts will offer free windsurfing instruction as well as equipment. You might look at resorts including Dreams Punta Cana (http://bit.ly/uAVFtT), Excellence Punta Cana (http://bit.ly/xcZSP5), and Club Med Punta Cana (http://bit.ly/yMTvzI).
Not to throw too many more options into your DR all-inclusive soup, but I'd look at the Paradisus Palma Real and Club Med Punta Cana into the mix. The Paradisus features a newish Reserve annex with big Family Concierge suites that offer adjoining rooms, sprawling living areas, and extras like PlayStations and milk-and-cookie turndown service. The Reserve is also site of the kid's club and children's pools and play areas. Here's a link to our expert review on the place: http://bit.ly/dKHgOq
ElGringo answered:You can take a taxi or shuttle from the Punta Cana airport to your resort/hotel. Cost will work around about the same, though taxi might be a little more convenient as you don't have to wait for other riders to get dropped off at your hotel. You might also want to check with your resort to see if they have any recommendations, or indeed, offer their own shuttle transportation.
The currency is the Dominican Peso. The weather is tropical, so it will be mainly warm. Do not drink the tap water, only drink bottled or purified water.