Expert Travel Advice to Punta Cana
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Top Answers To Punta Cana Travel Questions
Two great choices should meet your requirements (and both of which are reviewed in Away.com's guide to family vacations in the Dominican Republic at: http://vacation.away.com/dominican-republic/travel-v2-cid309-dominican+republic-cid350262-family-vacations.html): Paradisus Palma Real and Club Med Punta Cana.
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.
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).
Weather at this time of the year tends to be very comfortable, staying in the mid-70s to 80s, with not much humidity. Punta Cana stays a little cooler given its more exposed setting on DR's eastern end, though not by much (its breezier location also spells great windsurfing and kiteboarding!).