Occidental Punta Cana
Weddings with a Caribbean touch
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
  • Beach Hotels
  • Large terrace
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Destination Info
If there’s a place in the world that can be referred to as heaven on earth, it’s the Dominican Republic, and Punta Cana is its most popular tourist destination due to its extraordinary white sand beaches, clear waters, and exotic vegetation.

The Occidental Punta Cana has all of this and much more, and offers you the perfect setting for celebrating your wedding on a silver platter.


The favorable weather of Punta Cana, located on the country’s east coast and bathed in the waters of the Caribbean Sea, stands out due to its constant temperatures around 78ºF all year long. This makes Punta Cana a favorite destination for celebrating a wedding and enjoying a fantastic honeymoon.


It goes without saying that visitors who decide to visit the Dominican Republic are impressed by its lush tropical beauty and seek to enjoy its vibrant nightlife and sports activities. Nevertheless, this destination is also rich in history and places of interest. You can enjoy the idyllic Playa Bávaro at the Occidental Punta Cana itself, but it is also worth reserving time to visit other areas such as Saona Island, Santo Domingo or Higüey.

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Playa Bávaro
Immerse yourself in its crystalline waters to discover its impressive seabed. Ifyou want to enjoy water sports such as scuba diving or snorkeling, swim with dolphins andenjoy extensive coral reefs, Playa Bávaro is ideal.
Saona Island
Getting away from the most touristy areas is possible. Located in ParqueNacional del Este, Saona Island is one of the area’s most attractive excursions since it is hometo dozens of birds and other regional animal species, as well as fantastic natural pools. Anexcursion to the island generally lasts all day and is made by catamaran.
Santo Domingo
To make the most of your trip, it is recommended that you visit the country’svibrant and historic capital, far from popular beach destinations. In Santo Domingo you canfind the first cathedral and first castle in America, and go for a walk through its picturesqueColonial City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Despite being removed from the luxury of the resorts and hotels, it is worthwhile tovisit the capital of La Altagracia province, just 57 km from Punta Cana. Founded in 1505 bySpanish conquistador Juan de Esquivel, the city is home to the Basilica-Cathedral of Our Ladyof Altagracia, the country’s most important religious building and a quintessential place ofpilgrimage in this part of the Caribbean.