Cap Cana celebrated Easter Week with activities for the entire family.
During Easter Week, the destination Cap Cana prepared various activities for the whole family, from the most religious to the most sporty, as part of the lifestyle that the city promotes for its owners and residents as part of the celebration of its 20 anniversary.
More than 27,200 people, including owners, residents, and visitors, spent the weekend in Cap Cana, which undoubtedly energized the destination, which was perfect for children, young people, adults, and the elderly to choose the recreations that most identified them as distinctive of a city in times of rest as the celebration of Passover.
Among the activities that were carried out were the traditional religious celebrations held in the La Sagrada Familia church in Ciudad Las Canas and a way of the cross, during the days off.
As complementary recreations for the whole family, a children’s fishing tournament was held in La Marina, an exhibition of remote-control airplanes show in Los Establos, and an Egg Hunt for the benefit of the “Latente por Ti Foundation” at the Heritage School. Also, as cookie creation workshops, arts, and crafts.
While wellness lovers enjoyed cycling, sound therapy, Hiit Class, Aero Yoga, Pilates, Sun Dance, Kayak, Paddle, playing tennis, and horseback riding.
Other activities focused on culinary fun in more of the 50 restaurants in Cap Cana, especially a 5-course dinner with a shared kitchen with the chef of the Don Dimas restaurant in Madrid Spain, and the restaurant The Barn Kitchen at Los Establos.
Likewise on the beaches and in the hotels of the destination, the eco-adventure park Scape Park and the Blue Lake were available for the more adventurous.