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NOTICE HURRICANE MARIA

  HURRICANE MARIA Dear Homeowners and residents, we hereby inform you that “María” is the seventh hurricane of the season, it is moving forward over the waters of the Caribbean Sea, given its trajectory, it could affect the Dominican Republic. It is recommended to take into account the following precaution measures: Remove all furniture from… Continue Reading

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CAP CANA MAINTAINS ITS COMMITMENT IN THE PRESERVATION OF BILLFISH

Committed to the preservation of billfish as the blue marlin, white marlin and sailfish, Marina Cap Cana continues positioned and recognized worldwide as one of the leading destinations in the sport fishing  world with the catch and release modality, thus contributing to the protection and conservation of billfish, demonstrating the importance of proper natural resource… Continue Reading

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ECLIPSE VISIBILITY FACTS FROM CAP CANA

This coming August 21st Solar Eclipse will have its maximum view in Cap Cana at 3:31PM as a Partial Solar Eclipse Begins: Mon, August 21 2017, 14:07 Maximum:Mon, August 21 2017, 15:31 0,81 Magnitude Ends: Mon, August 21 2017, 16:44 Duration: 2 hours, 37 minutes Click on the following link for an animation of how the Eclipse will… Continue Reading

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6 THINGS TO KNOW OF THE 2017 HURRICANE SEASON

Article repost from Weather.com Thursday June 1st marked the official start of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. Tropical storm and hurricane activity during the six-month-long season typically reach a peak during the late summer and early fall, namely August into October. While the ultimate outcome of any storms that form this year is unknown – except for one storm… Continue Reading

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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

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21 MARCH: INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FORESTS 

Forests are nature’s heart! They are the largest source of renewable energy in the world, providing people with wood fuel to heat homes, cook meals and boil water. But they also energize people in other ways recharging our spirits by providing a place for recreation, peace and inspiration. To celebrate the International Day of Forests… Continue Reading

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ECO-ADVENTURE INTO A “CENOTE” WITH AN INDIGENOUS TOUCH

You may already have come across the word “cenote” or even visited one of the world’s most famous cenotes. Derived from the Mayan word “tz’onot” meaning well or abyss, it is used to describe a deep pool of water. In Mayan cosmology  cenotes were the gateways to the afterlife and were used as sacred sites… Continue Reading

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EDEN ROC AT CAP CANA AWARDED “BLUE FLAG” CERTIFICATION

Certification from Foundation for Environmental Education is testament to ongoing success of five-star resort’s sustainability efforts Eden Roc at Cap Cana has been awarded a Blue Flag certification from the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) for its ongoing efforts and success at protecting its private beach along the coast of Punta Cana in the Dominican… Continue Reading

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WHY SUMMER IS ANYTHING BUT VACATIONS FOR BEES Study of bees’ “waggle dance” show bees find it harder to collect nectar and pollen in summer Article by Jasper Copping, article repost from The Telegraph  They may be most active then, but summer is the most challenging season for honey bees to collect nectar and pollen, according to… Continue Reading