Did you know that Punta Cana is listed in place number 79 in the top 100 places to visit before you die?

One important reason for this is that Punta Cana' resorts are strategically located facing some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. It has 100 kilometres (62 mi) of coastline and the weather is mildly windy most of the time. The ocean emerald green waters are mainly shallows, with several natural marine pools in which visitors can swim safely.

And the other reason is that there are more than big 60 big name resorts offering most of them excellent facilities to please the most demanding tastes. These resorts have been conceived in eclectic variety of architecture and interior design inspired by Spanish and native Dominican cultures. Most of the installations are fit for the VIP in you, but at the very affordable all-inclusive-plans.

Communications are simply the best: Many important airlines fly nonstop to Punta Cana International Airport and from there you will be in your hotel room in a very short time. It is one of the busiest and best connected airports in the Caribbean receiving flights from the USA, France, Canada, Russia, South America. In 2008, For example, received 3, 758, 109 passengers, making it the busiest airport in the country.

What to do at Punta Cana?

Most tourists love to enjoy the sun and the white sand beaches, the pleasant tropical weather and the incredible blue-green emerald color of the sea. Here you can go surfing, sailing or parasailing. The area is great for fishing or scuba diving. There are many pro-designed golf courses in Punta Cana. Visitors can enjoy the sand bugging safaris provided by Bavaro Runners, bird watching, horseback riding or visits to a cocoa plantation.

Feel like tempting lady luck? The big resorts offer casinos including Las Vegas style shows with beautiful Dominican showgirls, Punta Cana can keep you busy because here are so many activities to choose from.

Nearby you will find the exclusive hotel complex of Cap Cana with its golf course by the sea. Most all-inclusive resorts offer luxurious spas for relaxation and rejuvenation after a busy day of sun, fun, and eating delicious food.

There are also investment opportunities in real estate if you like to buy lots, villas or apartments. Tourism keep growing at a fast pace even during these hard times. Visitors are coming not only from the USA, UK, France, Spain but from Russia, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil and Chile.

If you are interested in historical sites then you can visit the Ponce de Leon's Fortress, in San Rafael del Yuma town.

And in top of all these attractions and as important the visitors will experience the music, friendliness and hospitality of the Dominican people.

Punta cana all inclusive resorts: 79 in the top 100 places to visit before you die