Cap Cana is a naturally wondrous place, filled with the splendor and beauty of its rich, tropical surroundings. Run along our beaches. Sail upon our crystal blue waters. Climb to the top of our bluffs and gaze out into the green valleys below. Discover our culture and traditions, and make this unique destination a part of your future. Let us share it with you.
Of the golf courses to be developed at Cap Cana, three are exclusive Jack Nicklaus signature designs.
Punta Espada is the very first golf course and it is already listed among the worlds finest, with the renowned GolfWeek ranking it as the best golf course in the Caribbean and Mexico. Eight holes play along and over the sea. From all points of Punta Espada, golfers are blessed with extraordinary views of the Caribbean, where the sea contrasts against the emerald fairways and the perfect greens. Challenging stroke play and beauty are entwined in this outstanding par 72 course, which hosted the inaugural PGA Tour's Champions Tour in April 2008 - The Cap Cana Championship. The annual tournament is televised internationally through the Golf Channel and its license-holding subsidiaries.
An exclusive boutique hotel for those who seek the higher standards of luxury, within the most beautiful villas and bungalows that constantly takes you to the breathtaking view of the Caribbean sea and the famous Punta Espada Golf Course. This exotic get away offer guests the timless flavors of Caribbean culture and cuisine, served in elegants indoors and outdoors areas.
Adding to Cap Cana's spectacular design and architecture is the extraordinary beauty throughout this development, with its flora and peculiar fauna. This makes Cap Cana one of the Dominican Republic's most versatile tourist destinations. The ocean, the beach, the cliffs, and the tropical forests combine together to make Cap Cana an exquisite natural asset.
Cap Cana is home to different endemic and uncommon species of plants and animals, providing the country with immense ecological wealth. One of the main features of Cap Cana is its Great Ecological Trail, which extends 15 kms. Along the trail you can find the Hoyo Azul station, a carstic depression located at the foot of the Great Cliff. Here you can observe, grottos, wet forests, peculiar fauna, and a beautiful pond with crystal blue water. Welcoming visitors to the Great Ecological Trail is the Cotoperí, an endemic and endangered fruit tree; the only one found so far at Cap Cana, making proof of its biodiversity.