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Explorer's Club

At Sunscape Dominican Beach Punta Cana, kids ages 3-12 will have a blast with all the fun-filled activities at the Explorer’s Club for Kids. Designed to entertain the little ones with different programs based on science, nature and exploration.

The program offers the following fully supervised activities daily from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. so mom and dad can have some alone time and peace of mind:

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Playground
  • Indoor game room
  • Storytelling and music
  • Splash fountain
  • Treasure hunts
  • Sandcastle contests
  • Hiking
  • Board games and video games
  • Weekly campout adventures
  • Big screen movies on the beach
  • Dinners for children

Parents can rest assured while their children participate in fun-filled activities because all Explorer’s Club staff members are certified by the Red Cross in child CPR.

Unlimited-Fun®

Unlimited-Fun® means fun that never ends. Get your fill of:

  • Comfy rooms & suites with private balconies and an awesome view of Palmar Bay
  • Family-friendly accommodations including connecting rooms and in-room kid’s amenities
  • In-room mini-bar with soft drinks, juice, bottled water & beer
  • Concierge service and 24-hour front desk
  • Family check-in experience including red carpet stairs, a welcome treat and resort passports for kids
  • 24-hour access to delectable dining options at a variety of venues including à la carte restaurants offering health-conscious menu items and special kid’s menus
  • No restaurant reservations required
  • Access to our unique bars and lounges serving unlimited drinks and international and domestic brand beverages
  • Endless daily land and water activities for all ages, including a shimmering pool with two water slides, Jacuzzi and swim-up bar
  • Live music and local entertainment
  • Explorer’s Club for Kids ages 3 to 12 with supervised activity programs daily
  • Daily programs and activities for tweens and teens ages 13 and up
  • All taxes & gratuities included
  • No wristbands required

Guest Amenities

  • Two swimming pools
  • Meeting facilities
  • Indoor theatre
  • Handicap accessible rooms
  • Galleria shopping center
  • Game room
  • Wireless internet service*
  • Medical center*
  • Tours and excursions*
  • Laundry services*
  • Currency exchange*
  • On-site wedding, meeting and event coordinators*
  • Wedding and honeymoon packages*
  • Romantic dinners*

*Additional fees may apply.

More Comfy Rooms & Suites Amenities

  • Air conditioning
  • King-size bed or two double beds
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Coffee/tea maker (coffee refreshed at check-in and upon request)
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Cable TV
  • Individual climate control
  • Alarm clock radio
  • In-room safe
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Hairdryer
  • Private balcony or terrace
  • In-room mini-bar (refreshed at check-in and upon request)
  • Wake-up calls

Documentation Required By The Dominican Law In Order To Be Legally Married In The Dominican Republic

  • Birth Certificate of Bride and Groom or certified copy of Birth certificate. If parents’ names are not shown on the certificates, please indicate them separately.
  • Notarized Declaration of Single status for the Bride and Groom. If previously married, submit two copies of the Divorce Decree or Death Certificate. There is a mandatory waiting period for women, 10 months before they are legally allowed to remarry.
  • A photocopy of Bride and Groom’s Passport (or documents used to enter the DR).
  • Photocopies of all Witnesses Passports. Cannot be family members. If necessary, resort will provide witnesses.
  • Bride & Groom must be in the country 3 business days prior to the wedding. Symbolic and non-legal ceremonies allow flexibility for arrival date. Please speak with the wedding coordinator to discuss requirements.

Please note: The Dominican Republic is now a member of the La Hague Convention, please have your official documents apostilled by your Secretary of State Office.

You can Also contact “Vitalcheck.com” to request apostilled Documents. All documents must be translated and legalized by the Dominican Consulate prior to arriving in the Dominican Republic, except for the Passports. The documents should be legalized by the Dominican Consulate no more than 3 months prior to the wedding date. It is the couple’s responsibility to have all the documentation ready prior to the wedding. The Judge is an outside service provided by the Dominican Government. We cannot be held responsible for any delay or alteration. The Judge will duly register your Wedding Certificate at the Central Civil Board and legalize it with the Foreign Affairs Department of the Dominican Republic. We will then send the Wedding Certificate to the couple via mail which may take up to 10-12 weeks.

The Civil Wedding is celebrated in Spanish. If necessary, the resort will provide English, French or German translators.

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