Cap Cana offers premium beach amenities and activities so you can experience a true beach vacation in luxury.
Start your day with a sip of coffee and breakfast at Casabella, then embark on a day of adventures with family and friends at Scape Park. Hike into the forest in an unforgettable journey to the natural spring water of “Hoyo Azul”, prove your skills in the challenging Punta Espada Golf Course, or sail to the high seas for deep-sea fishing.
End your day with a glass of wine and live music at the Riva Bar.
An exciting and unforgettable vacation awaits. Visit Scape Park Children’s Farm to pet the baby goats and ponies. Spend a day at Koko’s Club where girls can enjoy a mini spa.
Take tennis lessons at the Golden Bear Lodge tennis courts or enjoy a day of board surfing at Caleton beach.
Scape Park is a natural theme park with numerous attractions ranging from adventurous and adrenaline-pumping activities to cultural and highly entertaining experiences, guaranteeing an unforgettable visit.
From its conception, the vision of the park has been to embrace the traditions and immense cultural heritage of Latin America and specially the Caribbean, extending from the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico to the Chiloe Archipelago in Chile. It is a fascinating, vibrant fusion of European, African and native Indian cultures in a paradisiacal environment.
Cap Cana’s natural resources and extent makes it possible for Scape Park to offer all kinds of attractions for every taste.
At the Marina
- Sunshine Cruise
- Juanillo VIP
- Yacht Rentals
Cap Cana Shopping
Delight yourself shopping around Cap Cana
Shop around Cap Cana for enticing beach gear, such as sunglasses and sandals. Stock up on sundries and peruse an intriguing selection of Dominican’s gifts, books, music and art.
Sea Whisper at Cap Cana’ s Marina
Offers swimsuits and resort accessories, perfect for the sophisticated shopper.
Monday to Thursday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday and Saturday: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sundays: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
D’ MARIA’S GIFT SHOP
Offers a large selection of Dominican handicrafts including art paintings and sculptures, local rum and tobaccos as well of a collection of jewelry inspired in local gems: Amber and Larimar.
Hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
A fantastic selection of equestrian clothing and horse riding equipment, perfect for riders to enthusiastic beginners. There is also have a collection of casual country clothing for men, women and children from several top brands, so take a look today to complete your wardrobe.
Maestro Sol offers custom-made shutters and curtains to fit your windows beautifully. Their range includes options for every room of your home, including waterproof shutters that are ideal for bathrooms and even wet rooms. The knowledgeable surveying team has plenty of practical advice on hand to help you make the right choice for your home.
BARS AT SANCTUARY
All day and into the night, Sanctuary Cap Cana is brimming with excitement. You’re invited to sing along in a cozy piano bar or dance the night away to the rhythms of Bachata and Merengue. Enjoy a beverage lounging at the pool. Kick back nautical style with a blue marlin. And celebrate with your significant other over a cool cocktail before dinner. Whatever your pleasure, Sanctuary Cap Cana delivers with a fantastic selection of premium beers, top-shelf spirits, signature cocktails and fine wines. Open every day.
Thursday nights are karaoke nights at Maraca Gourmet. Leave your inhibitions at home as you take the stage and sing to the tunes of your favorite songs!
Arts & Films: Discover the Lively Color of Our Art
Cap Cana is committed to promoting artistic exhibits and events that support the culture and expressions of our nation’s people. Cap Cana is also one of the top sponsors of the “Dominican Republic Global Film Festival” which takes place every year in November.
Through the years, we have had a number of art exhibitions in Cap Cana, but there are two permanent exhibitions made by great Dominican plastic artists “Huellas Taínas” (Taino Footprints) a tile mural at Caletón beach club by Thimo Pimentel and the collection amassed by Aquiles Azar of sea fossils, conch and snails.
If you are interested in learning about the native Indians, known in Dominican Republic as "taínos" meaning "good men", as they called themselves when the Spaniards first arrived to the island, you should visit Las Ondas at Scape Park, the indian “cenote” (Mayan word for hole with water) and enjoy a live representation of their culture, learn of their daily living and witness original Taino pictograms, authentic evidence that they indeed appreciated this cave.
While at Iguabonita Cave expedition, visitors can witness a live Cohoba Ritual, a ceremony on which the Tainos consulted with their "Cemí” (indian God) on important activities of the community.
Recycling is one of the activities supported by the community. The women of local communities make their living making beautiful wind rattles, glasses and handbags with paper and plastic bags.
Cap Cana is also one of the top sponsors of the “Dominican Republic Global Film Festival” which takes place every year in November.
Visit Santo Domingo
Have A Taste of the Dominican Culture
Personalized tours of Santo Domingo will guide you through the 16th century colonial zone. Here you’ll explore fortresses and historical landmarks, including one of Christopher Colombus’s homes “Alcazar”, and the Tower of Homage, where Columbus was held prisoner. Visit charming patios and the first Cathedral ever built in America.
The modern city includes the Museum of Art and Anthropology, and the National Theater, with has hosted the New York Philharmonic among other distinguished music events. Transportation and schedule dates available by appointment.