Whether you're want to have an intimate destination wedding or romantic couples' escape, Punta Cana has much to offer. Say your vows underneath palms, overlooking turqoise-blue waters or opt to have a garden ceremony. The romantic atmosphere and breathtaking views make Punta Cana the perfect place for a memorable destination wedding.
Punta Cana has a number of luxurious hotels and resorts. Whether you're looking for a family-friendly, all-inclusive resort or a serene couples' escape, there is a beautiful hotel perfect for your style and budget.
After the wedding, there's plenty for you and your guests to do. Punta Cana is known for its stunning beaches, romantic atmosphere and incredible golf courses. Take advantage of all Punta Cana has to offer and explore the natural wonders in an all-terrain vehicle. Try river tubing or snorkeling. Relax at the spa or head out to the golf course. Lay out on one of Punta Cana's pristine white sand beaches or go for a swim. At night, there's plenty to keep you busy. From high-end restaurants and local eateries to swanky bars and clubs, there's plenty of options for evening entertainment. Whether you want to be adventurous or relax and unwind during your stay, there's plenty to see and do.
If you're looking for a tropical paradise, then Punta Cana is the perfect place for your next getaway.
Documents Needed For Travel
To find out the travel documents needed, check with the nearest embassy, and for U.S. residents, visit http://travel.state.gov/.
The official language of Punta Cana is Spanish, but most employees at hotels and tourist destinations speak English.
The official currency is the Dominican Peso, but major credit cards and travelers' checks are accepted at many of the country's tourist destinations. ATMs are located in almost all cities.
Punta Cana has a mild climate all year round with an average temperature of 77F. Cool season is from November to April - during this time the weather is warm. The hot season runs from May to October with an average temperature of 84F.
Over 300 miles of sparkling beaches span the southern, eastern, southwestern and northern coasts. Punta Cana is along the beautiful eastern coast, and is famous for its miles-long beach lined with thousands of palm trees.
Whether you want to snorkel in the warm waters or explore the attractions Punta Cana has to offer, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy during your stay. Travel through a tropical jungle in an all-terrain vehicle, stop to explore a deserted beach or try tubing in the river. Explore Fun Fun Cave, one of the country's largest caves which also has a 4.5-mile river inside of it, or visit the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park. Punta Cana has 12 golf courses in operation and others up in coming. There is also plenty of shopping and spas, perfect for those who want to relax and unwind.
The fun doesn't stop when the sun goes down in Punta Cana. Aside from the evening activities and shows at your resort, there are number of bars, clubs and restaurants to check out. Whether you want to see a live show or dance the night away at a disco, there's something for everyone in Punta Cana.
- Bride and groom's birth certificates
- Valid passports
- Document of single unmarried status (divorced or widow(er) certificate). Ten months must have passed since the last divorce. (If applicable)
- Passport photocopies of the witnesses (not family members)
- Single Status Affidavits which need to be translated into Spanish by an official translator at the Dominican Consulate.
- All documents must be translated into Spanish.
- Fees vary
For the most up-to-date information, contact your certified destination wedding specialist.
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