Caribbean Life Diary 2

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Hello Everyone! Talking about my last trip to Dominican Republic, the next stop was at Macao Surf Camp. The name Punta Cana conjures images of the endless white-sand beaches, swaying palm-trees, seaside sundowners and a relaxed Caribbean vibe. There is also plenty to explore, and that nearby Bavaro is a hub of activity.

Today, I will share with you my emotions and experience from visiting this beautiful wild beach Macao in Punta Cana. Macao Beach is truly a proper white sand beach.  There is no seaweed to speak and has no rocks to cause you to stumble either.  We later found out that even the area of surf had no rocks either which made wiping out that much safer.

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Before entering the water, the surf team at Macao will brief you on the basics of surfing: safety tips, how to paddle, how to stand up and how to keep your balance. Once in the water, you’ll have one-on-one lessons with experienced surfers who will assist you in choosing and catching the perfect wave. Macao’s shallow waters and smooth sandy beach bottom make for a completely safe environment for learning to surf.

Not a beginner? No worries. There are classes and/or board rentals for intermediate and advanced surfers as well.

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Famous Jack – the surf dog at Macao Surf Camp, Punta Cana

To be continued…

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