- Breathtaking beach with crystal-clear water
- Four fresh-water swimming pools; two separated out just for children
- Impressive on-site entertainment
An affordable all-inclusive option situated right on Dominicus Beach with four pools, trapeze lessons and theme nights with shows
Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach has modern rooms and bungalows with simple decor, flat-screen TVs, mini refrigerators and ocean or garden views. The all-inclusive package includes meals, unlimited drinks, live nightly entertainment, yoga and meditation classes and beach chairs. And don’t worry about taxes or gratuities, they’re included too. Six on-site restaurants cook up a variety of different cuisines; choose from Mexican, Mediterranean, wood-fired pizza, fusion and a buffet with an unobstructed view of the sparkling sea.
Along with four swimming pools, the resort’s brag-worthy beach has volleyball, catamaran rides, canoeing and a seaside trapeze. The state-of-the-art fitness center includes a rock climbing wall and the full-service Metamorphosis Spa offers massages, body scrubs, facials, manipedis and a steam room.
Sail over to Catalina and Saona Islands just offshore for a day full of wildlife, snorkeling and salty hair. While Catalina Island is more known for its phenomenal snorkeling, you must not miss the natural pool full of starfish off Saona Island. In additional to Saona’s heavenly-like beaches, it’s home to Del Este National Park—a popular spot for birdwatching and hiking.
Visit Monkeyland for an afternoon with primates—just be sure to hold onto your belongings! Get a taste of 16th-century Mediterranean life at the recreated city of Altos de Chavon or if shopping is your indulgence of choice, visit the 60 shops at Palma Real Shopping Village for clothes, jewelry, souvenirs and more. At the end of the day, doing no more than lounging on Punta Cana’s paradisiacal beaches is a vacation well spent.