6K of exuberant landscapes
Cap Cana is made for athletes and we can prove it. Athletes are important in this great city, and that’s why we’ve got two routes for when you want to get your move on.Whether on your feet or by bike, you can get to know Cap Cana from another perspective.
Seaside dining options in Cap Cana
It’s no secret that we live in paradise and when we visit Cap Cana we feel close to heaven because the sea is the perfect complement to the paradise we call home.So that you can enjoy your stay even more, we bring you the 5 most fascinating places where you can devourdelicious dishes while watching the sea.
Mangroves: the guardians of our coasts
Mangroves are species of trees and shrubs that occur in the tropics and subtropics, forming clusters along the coastline. These species have adapted to live in brackish and/or saltwater, and to being (partially) submerged during high tides.…
Get to know the Southeast Reefs Marine Sanctuary (SAMAR)
In 2018, a group of 15 organizations allied with the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (MIMARENA) to sign a co-management agreement for the SAMAR, in order to jointly manage this protected area. Due to the large size of the sanctuary, these co-managers decided to distribute themselves into three management units, each in charge of a different zone: the Southern Zone Unit, the Central Zone Unit and the Eastern Zone Unit. The Cap Cana Foundation leads the Central Zone Unit and, together with all the co-managers of the three zones, works together to ensure the good health and ecological functioning of the marine ecosystems within the sanctuary.
Marlin Fishing in the Dominican Republic
On a few, albeit all-too-rare occasions, I am absolutely convinced that you are destined to catch a certain fish before the boat has even left the dock. A case in point: the white marlin I caught recently in the Dominican Republic. The day had…