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|Number of Daily Flights||4|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jun 20|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jun 20|
|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Miami International Airport (MIA) is strategically located to handle domestic and international traffic to Latin America and is one of America’s busiest airports. Located at 2100 NW 42nd Avenue, it is accessible via the I-95 Expressway and Highways 826, 836, 112 and 27.
Flights to Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) usually take between three and five hours and upon arrival, you’ll notice open-air terminals roofed with palm fronds, similar to many buildings in the Dominican Republic. It is wise to hire private car, arranged through the airport, for a ride to your accommodations.
One of the top things to do in Punta Cana is a three-in-one trip to Samana. To reach the peninsula you must fly 30 minutes by plane, take a safari truck to your hotel, and then ride horse back through mountains to the waterfall.
A day cruise to the exclusive beaches of Cap Cana is very popular via catamaran, and families will love the Zip Line Canopy Adventure, which has its routes through a jungle setting. The Marinarium Snorkeling Experience cruises the shoreline in a glass-bottom boat to observe marine life as you travel.
At Duty Free Americas, housed in the Punta Cana Airport, you’ll find tobacco, liquors and a host of name-brand jewelry, gifts and travel merchandise that are duty-free and inexpensively priced. This is a good place to make purchases before spending much more at some of the tourist shops in the Dominican Republic.