Public buses and private transportation between Santo Domingo and Punta Cana

 There are a lot of reasons to get from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana or vice versa. Maybe you are arriving at Santo Domingo Airport and need to get to your all-inclusive or you are staying in Punta Cana and would like to do a day-trip to the capital of the Dominican Republic. You might also visit both destinations and therefore need a transfer between Santo Domingo and Punta Cana? The question is if you shall use public busses or if it is better to go by private transportation? This guide will list all the options on how to get from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana and vice versa.

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If you are just looking for airport transfers when arriving in Punta Cana, check out the Punta Cana Airport Transfer Guide.
If you are just looking for airport transfers when arriving in Santo Domingo, check out the Santo Domingo Airport Transfer Guide.

For the best excursions and activities in the city, check out this comprehensive list of amazing things-to-do in Santo Domingo.

From Santo Domingo to Punta Cana: getting from the city to the resort

 There are several kinds of transport options from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana when getting from the city to the all-inclusive resorts along Punta Canas famous beaches.

Private Transfer from Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial to Punta Canas’ Resorts

 If you are visiting the city of Santo Domingo and would like to get to one of the all-inclusive resorts in Punta Cana, your easiest and most comfortable option is a private transfer between both destinations. This kind of transportation will pick you up at whatever destination you are in Santo Domingo and will drop you at any all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana, it (usually) doesn’t matter in which area your hotel is located.

 Prices are normally ranging between 150 and 180 USD per way. It will take you around 2.5-3.5 hours to get from door to door, depending on the traffic (avoid Santo Domingo rush hours between 7 am and 9 am and 4 pm to 7 pm) and on the exact location of your accommodation.

Public Transport from Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial to Punta Canas’ Resorts

 Public transport is pretty easy as there are express buses from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana, called Bavaro Express. They are leaving from Calle Juan Sánchez Ramírez in Gazcue, next to Avenida Maximo Gomez, and from Calle Ravelo at Parque Enriquillo, north of the Zona Colonial.

 If visiting the Colonial Zone in Santo Domingo, you can either walk to the bus station of Parque Enriquillo (just do so without luggage and if you are used to chaotic areas) or take a 3 USD Uber/taxi to either of both bus stations.

 Bavaro Express leaves 6 times a day. Make sure to be at the bus station at least 30 minutes before departure as they tend to sell out fast.

The express busses between Santo Domingo and Punta Cana leave 6 times a day, in both directions at 7 am, 9 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm and 4 pm. During times of Covid-19, the departure schedule has changed a bit. While the buses from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana are leaving on the same time, the departure from Punta Cana has changed to 5.30 am, 7 am, 10 am, 1 pm, 3 pm y 4pm.

 This public bus heads straight to Punta Cana without any other stops. Once you have arrived in Punta Cana from Santo Domingo, the bus makes several stops, including one at Punta Cana International Airport.

 If you are heading to an all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana, the bus serves the following resorts with a direct bus stop:

– Barceló Resort (all hotels)
– Melía Resort (all hotels)
– Paradisus Palma Real
– Secrets Royal Beach + Dreams Royal Beach
– Impressive Resorts + Vista Sol
– Palladium Resort (all hotels)
– Iberostar Resort (all hotels)
– RIU Resort (all hotels except RIU República)

Beach section with bali beds at Presidential Suites, one of the many all-inclusive resorts in Punta Cana

The following all-inclusive resorts (check this article for a list of the best budget resorts in Punta Cana) are reachable by a 5- to maximum 10-minute walk from the closest bus station (ask the assistant of the driver if they can drop you right at the resort, you might be lucky):

– Lopesan Hotel
– Presidential Suites Punta Cana
– Occidental Punta Cana
– Grand Bavaro Princess

 If staying at the following resorts, you can get out from the public bus at Plaza Bavaro and take a cheap motorcycle taxi or ordinary taxi ride to your resort. As this is a quick 5-minute hop, it shouldn’t cost you more than 100 DOP per person on a motorcycle or 300 DOP in a taxi:

– Princess Resorts (Tropical, Caribe Club, Punta Cana)
– Paradisus Punta Cana (incl. The Reserve)
– Ocean Blue & Sands
– VIK Hotel Arena Blanca

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 If your hotel is in other areas of Punta Cana, you might need to take another bus (called “guagua”) or a local taxi to get to your resort. You can find further explanations on my public transport guide for Punta Cana.

 If your hotel is in Cap Cana (Secrets, Hyatt, Sanctuary, etc.), you can get out at Punta Cana Village and take a taxi from there.

 If your all-inclusive resort is in Cabeza de Toro (Serenade, Natura Park, Catalonia, Dreams Palm Beach, etc.), get out at the main bus station from Bavaro Express in Verón and take a local guagua, motorcycle or taxi from there. See my Punta Cana public transport guide for further details.

 If your all-inclusive resort is in Uvero Alto (Excellence, breathless, Ocean El Faro, Nickelodeon, Now Onyx, etc.), Macao (Dreams Macao Beach) or Arena Gorda (Hard Rock, Bahía Resorts, Royalton, Majestic, etc.), the better option would be to take another option to get from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana instead of Bavaro Express. It is called APTPRA and leaves from the same bus station at Parque Enriquillo as Bavaro Express. It is a direct bus from Santo Domingo to Higuey. Take this direct bus, leaving roughly every 20 minutes, until the last stop in Higuey, where you can change for smaller busses to Arena Gorda, Macao or Uvero Alto. You can find all the routes incl. a map in my public transport guide about Punta Cana.

 A ticket for the public bus from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana sets you back at 450 DOP, which are approx. 8 USD. The ride takes around 3 hours.

 Assuming you are staying in the Zona Colonial of Santo Domingo and staying at a resort along Bavaro Beach, the total duration from door to door incl. the taxi ride and waiting time will be a bit over 4 hours, costing you around 11 USD.

Cocktails at El Cortecito beach in Punta Cana

Shared Shuttle from Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial to Punta Canas’ Resorts

 Usually, there no shared shuttles between the city center of Santo Domingo and the all-inclusive resorts in Punta Cana. Most shuttles only run from and to the airports. See the sections below or my Santo Domingo Airport Transfer guide if you are interested in a shuttle from the airport Santo Domingo to Punta Cana.

Rental Car to get from Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial to Punta Canas’ Resorts

 To get from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana you can also consider renting a car, even traffic in the capital of the Dominican Republic is quite rough. If you decide to rent a car, make sure to book a car with proper insurance.

 Once you leave the city, it is an easy drive along a well-maintained highway to Punta Cana. All resorts in Punta Cana feature free parking, hence this is not an issue.

 A car usually costs around 40-60 USD per day incl. all insurances. There is a toll from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana of 320 DOP (approx. 5 USD). The drive will take you around 2.5 hours, depending on your final destination and only if you avoid the rush hour in Santo Domingo (7 am to 9 am and 4 pm to 7 pm).

From Santo Domingo to Punta Cana: getting from the airport to the resort

 This section is dealing with the airport transfers from Las Américas International Airport to your all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana. You can also check out my Santo Domingo Airport Transfer Guide for further information.

Private Transfer from Santo Domingo Airport to Punta Canas’ Resorts

 Especially when arriving in a new country, a private driver waiting for you at the airport with a sign showing your name is a huge plus for a worry-free vacation. There are several transfer companies offering airport transfers from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana, of which you can see some here. It is the easiest method of transportation when getting from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana.

 Prices are usually ranging between 130 and 180 USD per way with occasional cheaper promotions being available. It will take you around 2-3 hours to get from the airport to your resort, depending on the exact location of your accommodation. It is the most relaxed way of transport from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana.

Public Transport from Santo Domingo Airport to Punta Canas’ Resorts

 Public transport from Santo Domingo Airport to Punta Cana is a little bit more complicated, as you first have to backtrack to the city of Santo Domingo.

 In short, you can either take a motorcycle from the airport to the main highway and continue your journey to Santo Domingo with a local guagua. That’s the cheapest option and only for adventurous travelers. Once in the city, you can head to Punta Cana as per the options listed in the first section of this article.

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 If you are traveling with luggage, it will be much more difficult to take both, the motorcycle taxi and the local guagua. In this case, simply take a taxi, an uber or a private transfer to Santo Domingo* and change to the Bavaro Express public bus there.

 If choosing this option, it will take you at least 5 hours to reach Punta Cana, which is why I would rather recommend a shared shuttle from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana* if you want to travel on a budget. Including the taxi to get to the city of Santo Domingo, you are looking at expenses of approx. 30 USD if traveling alone on this public transportation option. Add 10 USD for each additional passenger.

 For more detailed information, check out my full guide about airport transfers from Las Américas International Airport in Santo Domingo.

Shared Shuttle from Santo Domingo Airport to Punta Canas’ Resorts

 A shared shuttle from Santo Domingo Airport to Punta Cana is probably the best option if you want to combine comfort and cost-consciousness, as it is much cheaper than a private transfer and much more comfortable (and time-saving) than public transport.

 You might have to wait a little bit until your fellow shuttle passengers are arriving, but once on the road, you will head straight to Punta Cana. Depending on the location of your resort, you might be the first or last passenger who gets dropped-off with the shuttle. However, the route from the airport in Santo Domingo to Punta Cana is usually not that much frequented, hence there shouldn’t be more than 3-4 other (resort) stops.

 Prices for shared shuttles from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana will cost you around 30-50 USD per person. Including an approximate waiting time, you should be in your all-inclusive resort by 3.5 hours after you arrive.

Rental Car to get from Santo Domingo Airport to Punta Canas’ Resorts

 Renting a car to get from Santo Domingo Airport to Punta Cana is not the worst idea. As opposed to when driving from the city, you don`t have to deal with the chaotic Santo Domingo traffic as the airport is located outside of the city, already in the direction to Punta Cana. Therefore it is an absolutely easy and smooth drive on a well-maintained highway to Punta Cana.

 However, a rental car makes only sense if you are going to explore the surrounding area of Punta Cana on some day-trips or if you are staying outside of an all-inclusive resort, for example in an Airbnb. If you are not sure if it is worth to have a rental car in Punta Cana, check out this article.

Road-Trip through the west of the Dominican Republic with views on the Sierra de Neyba

 A rental car should cost you around 40 to 60 USD incl. taxes and insurances. The drive takes around 2 to 3 hours, depending on the location of your accommodation.

From Santo Domingo to Punta Cana: getting from the city to the airport

 If you’re located in Santo Domingo and you need to get to the airport of Punta Cana, here are your options for getting there. You can also check out further information on my Punta Cana Airport Transfer Guide.

Private Transfer from Santo Domingo’s city center to Punta Cana Airport

 A private transfer from Santo Domingo’s city center to Punta Cana’s Airport is a quick and easy way to get to the biggest airport in the Dominican Republic. You can check out some of the options here.

Public Transport from Santo Domingo’s city center to Punta Cana Airport

 To get from Santo Domingo to the airport in Punta Cana by bus is probably the easiest task when using public transport in the Dominican Republic. Take a 2-3 USD taxi from the Colonial Zone in Santo Domingo (or wherever you are staying) to one of the two bus stations of Bavaro Express (Calle Juan Sánchez Ramírez in Gazcue, next to Avenida Maximo Gomez, or Calle Ravelo at Parque Enriquillo). Buy a bus ticket at the bus station (at least 30 minutes before departure) and take the express bus to Punta Cana. Once you reach the stop at Punta Cana International Airport, simply get out and you are right at the airport.

 Including the taxi, this option will cost you around 11 USD per person. Considering the waiting time, you will need around 3.5-4 hours to reach Punta Cana Airport from Santo Domingo this way.

Shared Shuttle from Santo Domingo’s city center to Punta Cana Airport

 It is more difficult to find shared shuttles for the way from the city to the airport. The option linked at the button allows a shuttle if you book it as a round-trip option Punta Cana Santo Domingo. Alternatively, as it is straightforward to go by bus, you can take the public transport option as described above.

Rental Car from Santo Domingo’s city center to Punta Cana Airport

 If you are staying in Santo Domingo, chances are you won`t need a rental car as the traffic might be overwhelming. Furthermore, if staying in the Colonial Zone, everything is walkable.

From Punta Cana to Santo Domingo: getting from the resort to the city (visiting for a day)

 Those are the options if you are staying in Punta Cana and would like to visit Santo Domingo for a day. There are multiple reasons to do so, and there is even so much to see in the Colonial Zone that it would be worth to spend a night here as well.

The historic streets of the Colonial Zone in Santo Domingo

Private Transfer from Punta Canas’ Resorts to Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial

 When visiting Santo Domingo from Punta Cana, a private transfer is the quickest way of getting there. Depending on the traffic (try to avoid the rush hour in Santo Domingo from 7 am to 9 am and from 4 pm to 7 pm), you will need around 2.5 hours to reach the Colonial Zone. You get picked up right in your all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana and prices vary between 150 and 180 USD.

Public Transport from Punta Canas’ Resorts to Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial

 Public transport is a great option to get from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo on a budget. However, if you are visiting Santo Domingo just for a day, I would rather recommend you to stay a night in the Colonial Zone as you otherwise spend more time on the bus than seeing the actual sights of Santo Domingo.

 To get from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo by public bus, you first need to get to the main bus stations of Bavaro Express, either in Friusa or in Verón. You have three transportation options to do so: a motorcycle taxi, local guagua or an ordinary taxi.

 The best is if you read this article about the public transport system in Punta Cana to see if your accommodation is served by local transport and connected with Friusa or Verón.

 As a general guideline, you can orientate yourself as following:

For all hotels and resorts located in Cap Cana (Secrets Cap Cana, Eden Roc, Hyatt, Sanctuary, TRS Cap Cana, Ancora, etc.): the only option to go to the bus station is by an ordinary taxi.

 For all hotels and resorts located in Cabeza de Toro (Dreams Palm Beach, Natura Eco Park, Serenade, Radisson BLU, Catalonia, etc.): you can take an ordinary taxi or a motorcycle taxi to Friusa or the local guagua to reach Verón. Get out at the Bavaro Express bus station.

Uber is also available in Punta Cana, which can come particularly handy for short journeys in Punta Cana, where ordinary taxis might charge a fortune. However, please note that Uber still is in a development phase in Punta Cana, so the service might be more erratic than you are used to from your hometown.

 For all hotels and resorts located in the main Bavaro area (Barceló, Lopesan, Melía, Paradisus Palma Real, Secrets and Dreams Royal Beach, whala Bavaro, Impressive, Vista Sol, Presidential Suites, Palladium, Occidental Punta Cana): you can take the local guagua (or a motorcycle taxi or an ordinary taxi) from your main hotel entrance (or close to it – ask the local staff about directions or drop me a comment at the bottom of this post) to Friusa.

 For all hotels and resorts located along Arena Blanca (Princess Resorts, Paradisus Punta Cana, Ocean Blue & Sands, VIK Hotel Arena Blanca): take a motorcycle taxi or an ordinary taxi to get from your all-inclusive resort to Friusa

 For all hotels and resorts located along Arena Gorda and in Macao (Iberostar, RIU, Bahía Principe, Majestic, Royalton, Hard Rock, Dreams Macao): take a motorcycle taxi or an ordinary taxi to get from your all-inclusive resort to Friusa

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 For all hotels and resorts located in Uvero Alto: take the local guagua and head to Higuey. From Higuey, take the APTPRA express bus to Santo Domingo, which will drop you at Parque Enriquillo in Santo Domingo, the same location as the Bavaro Express bus.

 Once you are in Friusa or Verón (make sure to be there at least 30 minutes before departure), buy your ticket for 450 DOP and board the bus to Santo Domingo. It is an air-conditioned bus, so take a sweater if you quickly become cold. The journey is around 3 hours and you will get dropped off at Avenida Mexico south of Parque Enriquillo. You can walk from here to the Colonial Zone (approx. 15 minutes), but the area is a bit rough. Alternatively, you can take a motorcycle taxi or taxi from here for a quick hop. Another option is to either get out one station before (which is always called “with connections to Zona Colonial”, even it is not the best stop for this area) and take a taxi from there or head until the end in Gazcue, a quieter residential area.

I always get out at Avenida Mexico and walk down to the Colonial Zone.

Shared Shuttle from Punta Canas’ Resorts to Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial

 There are no shared shuttles from Punta Canas’ Resorts to the Colonial Zone in Santo Domingo. If you prefer an option like this, your best bet is a guided excursion incl. transfer* (see options below).

Museo de las Casas Reales, one of the most beautiful buildings in the Zona Colonial

Rental Car from Punta Canas’ Resorts to Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial

 I would not recommend a rental car to get from Punta Cana to the city of Santo Domingo as the traffic inside the capital of the Dominican Republic tend to be horrendous, especially when you are not used to driving in Latin American cities. Furthermore, you won`t need a car once in Santo Domingo, as the Colonial Zone is fully walkable and all other journeys are best done by Uber or taxi.

Guided Excursion from Punta Canas’ Resorts to Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial

 If you just want to visit Santo Domingo for a day, a guided excursion from Punta Cana is your best bet. You get a good overview of the Colonial Zone incl. historic information and have some free time to stroll around and buy local souvenirs at lower prices than in Punta Cana. Furthermore, most tours include some additional sights outside of the Colonial Zone, such as the Faro Colón or the national park Los Trés Ojós.

 Most tours start quite early from Punta Cana, but as you get picked up right at your accommodation, you can have a little nap on the bus if it is too early for you. 😉

 Check out the following excursions if you are interested in a fully guided experience.

From Punta Cana to Santo Domingo: getting from the resort to the airport

Private Transfer from Punta Canas’ Resorts to Santo Domingo Airport

 If for whatever reason your flight happens to leave from Santo Domingo Airport instead of Punta Cana, you can easily book private transportation to get from your all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana to Santo Domingos Las Américas Airport. The journey will take you around 2.5 hours and will set you back at approx. 130-180 USD per vehicle.

Public Transport from Punta Canas’ Resorts to Santo Domingo Airport

 When going by public transport from Punta Cana to Santo Domingos’ Airport, the same explications as in the section above apply. Head from your accommodation (check out unique places to stay in Santo Domingo here) to the Bavaro Express bus stations at Friusa or Verón and take the direct express bus from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo, which leaves 6 times daily.

The express busses between Santo Domingo and Punta Cana leave 6 times a day, in both directions at 7 am, 9 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm and 4 pm. During times of Covid-19, the departure schedule has changed a bit. While the buses from Santo Domingo to Punta Cana are leaving on the same time, the departure from Punta Cana has changed to 5.30 am, 7 am, 10 am, 1 pm, 3 pm y 4pm.

 When boarding the bus, simply tell the assistant of the driver that you would like to get out at Santo Domingo Airport, which is the first bus stop after leaving Boca Chica (a beach town in the suburbs of Santo Domingo). They will drop you at the junction to Las Américas Airport, where it`s just a 1.5-mile and 100 Peso motorcycle taxi ride to the airport. If you travel with luggage, get a local cab for the quick hop to the airport.

 It is probably not the most comfortable way especially when traveling with luggage, but the entire journey from your resort to the airport just costs you around 10 to 15 USD per person and should take you around 3.5-4 hours including waiting time.

Shared Shuttle from Punta Canas’ Resorts to Santo Domingo Airport

If you are figuring out on how to get from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo Airport on a cheap but still comfortable way, shared airport shuttles might be your best means of transportation. If you book in advance with the link below, you will get picked up in your all-inclusive resort and dropped off at Santo Domingo Airport.

Rental Car from Punta Canas’ Resorts to Santo Domingo Airport

 It doesn’t pay off to rent a car just for your way from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo, as the one-way fee the rental companies are charging would pass any savings compared to other means of transportation.

 However, if you anyway have a rental car in Punta Cana (check here if it is worth to rent one) and would like to go to the airport in Santo Domingo, this is absolutely possible. It is an easy 2.5-hour drive over well-maintained highways and usually, you can drop the car right at the airport.

From Punta Cana to Santo Domingo: getting from the airport to the city

Private Transfer from Punta Cana Airport to Santo Domingo’s city center

 If you are about to arrive at Punta Cana International Airport but would like to go to Santo Domingo, there are also several private transfer companies available. With the following options, you can check live availability and prices.

 A transfer to the city center of Santo Domingo is around 2.5 hours and 140-180 USD per way.

Public Transport from Punta Cana Airport to Santo Domingo’s city center

 Leaving Punta Cana Airport by public transport is not the easiest task as you can read here in my Punta Cana Airport Transportation Guide. Going to Santo Domingo doesn`t make it easier and especially when arriving in the late afternoon or evening, it will require an extra night in the area of Punta Cana.

 First, you have to get a local minivan from the airport to Verón. Just leave the airport walking to the main road and wait on a little bus shelter. If not sure how to find it, check out the public transport section at my Punta Cana Airport Transfer Guide.

 Once in Verón, get out at “Cruce de Verón”. You have two options here. If in time for one of the Bavaro Express busses (check departure times above), simply buy a ticket and wait for the next bus, which will bring you directly to the capital of the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo. Your flight shouldn’t arrive later than 2 pm to be able to use this option (if all goes well).

 The other option is to take another local guagua from Verón to Higuey. Get out at the last stop, the APTPRA bus station. From here, you can take a direct express bus to Santo Domingo. The last one leaves around 8 pm (outside of Covid-19 times), so your flight shouldn’t arrive later than 4.30 pm to be able to use this option. During times of Covid-19, when the Dominican Republic is still under curfew from 9 pm, the last bus from Higuey leaves around 5 pm, so your flight shouldn’t arrive later than 2 pm either.

 Both options, Bavaro Express and APTPRA will bring you right into the center of Santo Domingo, where you can head to your final destination.

 This journey including the small local minivans will take you at least 4.5 hours, so make sure to plan plenty of time. Express bus tickets cost less than 10 USD per person.

Shared Shuttle from Punta Cana Airport to Santo Domingo’s city center

 Instead of taking public transportation, a shared shuttle might be a better option when it comes to traveling the Dominican Republic on a budget, as it offers a more attractive combination of price and time. Shared shuttles are leaving right from Punta Cana Airport to Santo Domingo, so you are considerably quicker. On the other side, they are much cheaper than a private transfer. You just have to book them in advance, so check out the options linked here*. The transfer from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo will take you around 3 hours.

Rental Car from Punta Cana Airport to Santo Domingo’s city center

 If arriving in the Dominican Republic and heading towards Santo Domingo, I would not recommend a rental car. Traffic in the capital city is chaotic. Especially when arriving for the first time in the country, it is not easy to get through. Therefore, choose one of the options above for your peace of mind.

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