Destination wedding in Dominican Republic: Puntacana

Why not hold your dream destination wedding and honeymoon at a stunning Dominican paradise that is also a pioneer in sustainable tourism?

Puntacana Resort and Club features a number of elegant settings for an unforgettable ceremony. And the crystal blue Caribbean waters serve as a breathtaking backdrop to a reception right on one of the Dominican Republic's most beautiful beaches.

Several different venues bring the magical Caribbean to life at Playa Blanca, directly on the sand of the Caribbean Sea or the exquisite La Cana Clubhouse with interiors designed by Oscar de la Renta featuring breath-taking views of the 18th hole of La Cana Golf Course.


Idyllic accommodation and facilities

You and your guests can stay in a choice of two stunning hotels set along three miles of pristine white private beaches: the exclusive Tortuga Bay Hotel designed by Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta, offering an intimate setting within a Villa environment, or the Puntacana Hotel, surrounded by exquisite, vibrant gardens.

Both enjoy the facilities of the Six Senses Spa, Tennis Center and Ecological Reserve with 15 natural spring water lagoons, with 36 holes of championship golf designed by Tom Fazio and P. B. Dye.


Relax before your wedding

Puntacana gives both bride and groom the chance to relax before the big day itself.

For the bride: Pampering for the bridal party on your wedding day at the Six Senses Spa, with hair styling services, manicures and pedicures, make up, body treatments and full body massages.

For the groom: Treat your groomsmen to 18 holes of championship golf at Corales by Tom Fazio or La Cana by P. B. Dye or deep sea fishing for local Blue Marlin off the eastern shore of the Dominican Republic.


Puntacana, a pioneer of sustainable development

“When we began to develop Puntacana Resort & Club over 40 years ago, the concept of “sustainable development” didn’t yet exist. We made all of our important decisions based on common sense, our limited resources, and a deep respect for the Dominican Republic, its people, and its incredible natural resources. As it turns out, without consciously meaning to, many of our early decisions relate directly to what is now known as sustainable development.

In 1994, we created the Puntacana Ecological Foundation to protect and preserve the natural resources of the Punta Cana region, while contributing to the sustainable development of the Dominican Republic. We later complimented our commitment to environmental stewardship with the creation of the Puntacana Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to improving conditions in the local communities of the Punta Cana region, primarily through programs in health, education, and cultural activities.”

Puntacana has won awards for its sustainable approach, including the 2011 Travel + Leisure Global Vision Award, and the 2009 Conde Nast Traveler World Savers Award.


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