Airports & Seaports
Punta Cana International Airport. Distance: 9.6km to Cap Cana.
The airport is built in a traditional Dominican style with open-air terminals with their roofs covered in palm fronds. Punta Cana’s airport is the leading point of entry for a number of arriving passengers in the Dominican Republic with the 65% of the passengers of the country.
Punta Cana has direct fights with more than 95 cities around the world.
It is also the fastest growing airport with almost a 20% increase in traffic yearly. Punta Cana’s Airport operators completed an ambitious airport expansion project. It includes a new Terminal Approach Radar Control facility and a new Automated Weather Observation Station.
The Punta Cana International Airport ranks as the only Latin American airport to be pre-selected, by the United States Department of Homeland Security, to install the program preclearance for travelers, operating flights to the United States as a domestic terminal. This program allows register the arrivals via computers, in order to gain time before coming to the immigration and customs officers.
Las Americas International Airport (Santo Domingo) 174km to Cap Cana
Santo Domingo International Airport grew 3% in the last year, and it’s expected to grow yearly from now. While Punta Cana Airport absorbs 65% of the country flow of passengers, this one in the capital is the second one with more flow passengers of the country with a 20%
Coral Highway: 200km (2 hours aprox.) from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana
Dominican Republic’s stunning Coral Highway connects the famous resorts of the luxury beaches and resorts in Cap Cana to Santo Domingo. This highway joins the capital to Cap Cana in less than 2 hours (2.5 hours less than in 2012). The four-lane highway connects three of the most popular tourist regions in the country (Bavaro – Punta Cana; La Romana – Casa de Campo; Santo Domingo).