Entries by Cap Cana News

WHAT CAP CANA DOES TOWARDS EARTH’S PRESERVATION

Cap Cana was built with the objective of being a sustainable development. Community planners and operators took wildlife habitat protection into account throughout the construction process and operating plan, environmental risks and liabilities were identified and reviewed as a part of overall risk management. Several green technologies were adopted since the construction phase: WILDLIFE HABITAT… Continue Reading

THE DELIGHTS OF SANTOBOKADO MARVELED DOMINICANS IN CAP CANA

Article repost from Noticias24.com Photo credits:  Noticias24.com The delicious dishes of SantoBokado restaurant in Caracas could be tasted in the paradise of Cap Cana in the Dominican Republic during Holy Week. The extensive gastronomy of the prestigious SantoBokado from Venezuela moved to the “Cradle of America” specifically at the Blue Grill + Bar restaurant in… Continue Reading

70+ VENUES IN CAP CANA TO AWAKEN YOUR SENSES DURING HOLY WEEK 2017

Do you know those moments in life when your senses are electrified and you feel awake and alive? Let yourself unwind from everything that ties you down in your everyday life in a modern and tropically serene environment, where all boundaries are crossed between extremities and simplicity. There’s much good reason to stay in Cap… Continue Reading

13 SPOTS FOR KIDS DURING HOLY WEEK 2017

Holy Week is of significant importance  for the safe and healthy growth of children. This is the moment to set aside the books and enjoy of the great outdoors. Play, run, laugh and simply live those small details that are part of a healthy childhood.  Cap Cana everyday during Holy Week, has in store a vast list… Continue Reading

MANATEES IN THE MARINA

Featured article in Cap Cana The Magazine By Denur Legrand Until just over a century ago, manatees – scientific name Trichechus manatus – were extremely common throughout the Caribbean and other tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas, especially in warmer environmental conditions. The Taino people who lived on the island of Hispaniola used to… Continue Reading

WHAT’S HOT: EDEN ROC AT CAP CANA ADDS BEACHFRONT SUITES

Article repost from Hotels Magazine By Chloe Riley Relais & Chatêaux property Eden Roc at Cap Cana has added 26 beachfront suites. Two new room types are available – one-bedroom suites (1,194 square-feet) and two-bedroom suites (1,786 square-feet). Design elements include sand and gray tones mixed with natural woods and fabrics. Handmade Dominican art and sculptures… Continue Reading