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About Punta Cana

Punta Cana offers couples everything they could possibly want for their dream destination wedding – from white sandy beaches and crystal clear water to luxurious resorts and stunning ceremony and reception venues. Not to mention, it’s easy to get to with many direct flights from major airports in the USA.

There is a large variety of all-inclusive resort options and wedding packages available in Punta Cana to suit every budget and every type of wedding. From simple beach ceremonies to more elaborate affairs at a luxury resort, you’ll be able to find a package that’s perfect for you.

Punta Cana has no shortage of stunning ceremony and reception venues. If you’re looking for a fairy tale beach wedding, the beautiful Bávaro Beach is hard to beat. For something more private and intimate, many resorts offer secluded areas overlooking the ocean that would make for a perfect ceremony spot. And for couples who want a bit of everything, there are also plenty of options for receptions – from scenic terraces with sweeping ocean views to ballrooms decorated with opulent chandeliers.

Before Travel

Things To Know about Punta Cana

April, May and June and November, early December are the best rates and weather combination. December to April will be the peak season and offer more flights to the destination but will also be more expensive for the room nights.

The Dominican Peso is the national currency. US dollars are widely accepted and credit cards can be used at larger shops.

Spanish is the main language of the D.R. However, most of the resort staff will speak English. Outside of the resort, English is still spoken but less common.

The Dominican Republic is the second largest Caribbean island for tourism. Resorts have security onsite and only guests, providers or staff are allowed access. Outside of the resort, if you don't go looking for trouble then trouble won't find you!

A valid U.S. passport is required for all U.S. citizens seeking to enter or transit through the Dominican Republic. No visa is required for stays of 30 days or less.

There are no mandatory vaccines required to enter the Dominican Republic. However, it is recommended to check with the C.D.C for any recommended vaccines.
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Ceremony types available in Punta Cana and their requirements