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April 10, 2012
  • Club Med vacations on sale
  • Kardashians in La Romana
  • DR DATE opens 17 April
  • Sirenis Aquagames is new attraction in Punta Cana
  • More British tourists for the DR
  • Jarabacoa Riders
  • Denver to Punta Cana, direct on Frontier Airlines
Club Med vacations on sale
Club Med Punta Cana, located on a coconut palm tree-lined beach in the Dominican Republic, features a one-of-a-kind experience for families with children of all ages. The resort is world famous for its children's clubs where dedicated activities and sports coordinated by qualified and enthusiastic professionals are available for each age group, from babies to teenagers. Trip Advisor recently rated Club Med Punta Cana as one of the Top Hotels for Families in the Caribbean for 2012.
Club Med Punta Cana is offering a full value sale for bookings through 7 May. Book a 7-night all-inclusive stay from US$625/person available for travel through 26 October 2012.
Kardashians in La Romana
US reality TV stars the Kardashians spent the week before Easter at a villa in Punta Minitas in Casa de Campo, touring Altos de Chavon and other attractions in the La Romana area. They also met Ellis Perez, the Dominican Republic's director general of cinema. The family will soon be appearing in 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' that will premier on US TV later this year.
www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/kim-kourtney-kardashian-flaunt-bikini-bods-on-family-vacation-201294
DR DATE opens 17 April
The leading Dominican-based tourism booking event, the Dominican Annual Tourism Exchange (DATE 2012) is scheduled for 17-19 April at the Barcelo Bavaro Palace Deluxe. The event is sponsored by the Ministry of Tourism and organized by the National Hotel & Restaurant Association. In 2011, a total of 345 delegates from 95 companies representing hotels, tour operators and other tourism-related companies attended the event, along with 108 buyer companies. Business meetings are pre-scheduled for the event.
Sirenis Aquagames is new attraction in Punta Cana
Spanish hotel chain Sirenis Hotels & Resorts is making a bid to grab the children's crowd with the 1 March opening of its new Sirenis Aquagames Water Park at the Sirenis Punta Cana Resort in Uvero Alto, the northern section of Punta Cana.
The park covers an area of 12,000 square meters and consists of a swimming pool in the central area of the park, restaurant area, a 10-meter-high tower with two water tubes, two open slides, kamikaze and freefall twister, aqua-racer with its four-lane speed slides. There is also a themed Caribbean Pirates children's area for 4-11 year olds with ten children's water slides and four splash barrels. There is another children's area for 4-11 year olds with water jets and sprinklers and a children's swimming pool for 2-4 year olds with animal statues and water sprinkler. There is also a nursery on the premises.
The water park is open to tourists staying at other resorts and the entrance fee includes transportation, buffet breakfast and lunch, barbecue, water, soft drinks, juice, coffee and tea. Tickets for residents are RD$1,500 adults, RD$750 children, and for non-residents the rate is US$80 adults and US$48 children. For reservations call 809 688-6490, Ext. 617. Tickets are sold at the door and the park is open from 9 to 5pm.
Sirenis Hotels & Resorts operates the Sirenis Punta Cana Resort made up of the neighboring Sirenis Cocotal Beach Resort Casino & Spa and the Sirenis Tropical Suites Casino & Spa.
More British tourists for the DR
According to the latest trends report from Hayes and Jarvis, British tourists seem to be opting for destinations they perceive to be safe from the troubles that have dampened demand for Egypt and Kenya.
'West is Best' could be the motto as Hayes & Jarvis reports record bookings for Mexico, Latin America and the Dominican Republic as well as significant increases for both the USA and Caribbean. Value is key to the Caribbean success with rock bottom pricing fuelling demand for three and four-star trips to Barbados and St Lucia.
As a result 2012 bookings in the Caribbean are up 37 per cent overall - but as much as 800 per cent for the Dominican Republic, 66 per cent for Cuba and 55 per cent for St Lucia - while Mexico has seen a further surge of 143 per cent compared with a year ago.
www.traveldailynews.com/pages/show_page/48498-West-is-best---As-long-haul-bookings-show-unexpected-growth
Jarabacoa Riders
A new company in Jarabacoa is offering adventure travel on board the popular all-terrain vehicle known as the buggy, famous for off-road travel. Dania Medina of Jarabacoa Riders, says the company offers three routes: Light, along 28kms, lasting about an hour; Full, along 49kms with two hours duration, and Extreme, a 58km route lasting almost three hours with extreme challenges crossing rivers, mud pots, and up and down mountain sides. For more information, check out facebook.com/jarabacoariders
Denver to Punta Cana, direct on Frontier Airlines
Frontier Airlines has announced its new nonstop seasonal service between Denver (DEN) and Punta Cana (PUJ) starting 9 June and continuing until 4 August 2012. The non-stop flights will operate on Saturdays.
"With the launch of service to Punta Cana, Frontier will be the only carrier offering nonstop service from Denver to the Dominican Republic," said David Siegel, president and chief executive officer of Frontier. "We're confident that travelers will love our low-fare, customer-pleasing service on their travels to this beautiful and popular destination."
Introductory fares, which include all transportation fees, surcharges and taxes, begin at US$350 each way for Denver-Punta Cana service. These intro fares are available at FrontierAirlines.com now through 9 June 2012, for travel to/from Punta Cana. Members of Frontier's EarlyReturns frequent flyer program can earn double miles for every qualifying flight they take on the new Punta Cana route.
"Frontier's new service announcement is good indication of the airline's continued commitment to the Denver market," said Kim Day, aviation manager at Denver International Airport. "This new route will be the first nonstop flight from Denver to the Caribbean and will open Colorado's doors to a new country. Growing international service is one of our top priorities at DIA and we're excited to add the Dominican Republic to the list of destinations we serve."
The schedule for the service is depart DEN at 8:05am arriving at PUJ at 3:30pm, and the return flight is at 4:20pm with a return to Denver on the same Saturday at 8:30pm. Frontier will be operating on 138-seat Airbus 319 aircraft offering five rows of Stretch seating with an additional 5 to 7 inches of legroom and the airline's new Select seating product, as well as 24 channels of DirecTV® with three channels of hit movies available at every seat.

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