2 days in La Altagracia Province Itinerary

2 days in La Altagracia Province Itinerary

Created using Inspirock La Altagracia Province sightseeing planner

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Punta Cana
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Punta Cana

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In an area boasting beaches that face both the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, vacations in Punta Cana have been popular with tourists since the early 1970s.
Your day by day itinerary now includes Party Bus Punta Cana. Start off your visit on the 20th (Tue): kick back and relax at Bavaro Beach, then get a taste of local nightlife at Party Bus Punta Cana, and then look for gifts at Nino's Liquors. On your second day here, see some colorful creatures with Happy Dive Center, then make a trip to Jesus Maestro Parish, and then tour the pleasant surroundings at Macao Beach.

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Expect a daytime high around 35°C in April, and nighttime lows around 27°C. Finish up your sightseeing early on the 21st (Wed) so you can travel back home.

Things to do in Punta Cana

Outdoors · Beaches · Parks · Tours

La Altagracia Province travel guide

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La Altagracia is the easternmost province of the Dominican Republic. Punta Cana is located on the eastern shores of this province.HistoryThe province was part of the old La Altagracia Province, which split into 2, La Altagracia Province and La Romana Province on February 27, 1961.The name "La Altagracia" commemorates a painting, Our Lady of La Altagracia, which was brought to this area from Spain in the early 16th century. Numerous miracles are attributed to the image.Municipalities and municipal districtsThe province as of June 20, 2006 is divided into the following municipalities (municipios) and municipal districts (distrito municipal - M.D.) within them: Salvaleón de HigüeyLagunas de Nisibon (M.D.)La Otra Banda (M.D.)Verón-Punta Cana (M.D.)Boca de Yuma (M.D.)Bayahibe (M.D.)Isla Catalina (M.D.)The following is a sortable table of the municipalities and municipal districts with population figures as of the 2014 estimate. Urban population are those living in the seats (cabeceras literally heads) of municipalities or of municipal districts. Rural population are those living in the districts (Secciones literally sections) and neighborhoods (Parajes literally places) outside them.The population figures are from the 2014 population estimate. For comparison with the municipalities and municipal districts of other provinces see the list of municipalities and municipal districts of the Dominican Republic.

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