Tortuga Bay Puntacana Resort & Club

Tortuga Bay Puntacana Resort & Club

Classic Caribbean luxury on a 1,500 acre ecological reserve

Nestled in a 1,500-acre ecological reserve with miles of private white sand beaches, celebrate timeless Caribbean living at Tortuga Bay Puntacana Resort & Club. Offering responsible luxury, impeccable service and villas with plantation-style suite interiors designed by the late Oscar de la Renta, escape to the lush scenery and tropical paradise of the Dominican Republic.

 

With a commitment to making the world a better place, Tortuga Bay has always made decisions based on a deep respect for the Dominican, its people and its incredible natural resources. From being a pioneer in sustainable tourism to founding its own internationally award-winning not-for-profit ‘Fundacíon Grupo Puntacana’, discover the range of innovative regenerative projects ongoing at Tortuga Bay Puntacana.

Highlights & Activities

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Explore miles of pristine white-sand beaches
Whether it’s an early beach run type morning or a sunlounger, book and floppy hat kind-of-day, find your own rhythm along the pristine shores of Punta Cana.
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Roam the ecological reserve with a guided eco tour
From Segway eco-tours and wreck diving, to helitours and sunset cruises, fill your vacation with excitement and adventure.
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Take a dip in emerald natural springs
With tones of emerald and azure glimmering in the sunshine, take a dip in the natural spring’s waters, caressed by the calming surrounds of tropical forest.
Kite Surfing (2)
Try your hand at endless water sports
From sailing to Stand Up Paddleboarding, Tortuga Bayhas activities to fill every moment with stunning sights and exciting ocean adventures.

Regenerative Impact

Tortuga Bay Puntacana Resort & Club was founded upon a deep respect for the Dominican Republic, its people and its incredible natural resources.

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The resort’s own non-profit, the Fundación Grupo Puntacana has been a leader in the development of communities throughout the Punta Cana region. From providing primary care to thousands of local patients each year to encouraging entrepreneurship and helping ​​hundreds of students to graduate in technical skills that support the tourism industry, the Foundation takes a wide-ranging approach to addressing local community challenges.
Since opening 45 years ago, Tortuga Bay has designed and implemented one of the largest integrated solid waste management and recycling projects in the Dominican Republic. They also lead the Partnership for Ecologically Sustainable Coastal Areas (PESCA), an expansive coral reef restoration and conservation program, while their unique research facility, the Center for Sustainability, engages some of the best universities in the world for research programs that seek to provide solutions to environmental challenges. The resort was also named as the Current Ambassador of Sustainable Tourism by the World Tourism Organization in 2021.
Tortuga Bay was built in accordance with licensing from the Dominican Ministry of the Environment including permitting processes of an environmental impact assessment, an environmental management assessment and a public hearing to present the hotel’s construction plan. The resort was also built to feature local vegetation, landscaping and coastal resources.
The Fundación Grupo Puntacana pioneered the first Zero Waste project in the Dominican Republic in 2007. The team at the foundation work continuously on the culture and policies of waste classification in order to recycle and not accumulate waste while their efforts have since been featured in leading business school case studies.

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Hotel Location

Tortuga Bay Puntacana Resort & Club

Find yourself in the jewel of the Caribbean. Nestled in a 1,500-acre ecological reserve with miles of private beaches, Tortuga Bay celebrates stylish Caribbean living. Nature takes center stage at this private beachfront enclave within the Puntacana Resort & Club, with three miles of pristine white sand beaches adjacent to a 1,500-acre ecological reserve.

Hotel Address

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Closest Airport

Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ)

Travel Time From Airport

10 minutes

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Receive $99 travel credit towards a 3 minimum night stay

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