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Scape Park at Cap Cana

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Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
About Scape Park at Cap Cana
Scape Park at Cap Cana, Dominican Republic. The ocean, the beach, the cliffs, and the tropical forests combine together to make of us an exquisite natural asset. Cap Cana’s natural resources and extent makes it possible for Scape Park to offer all kinds of attractions for every taste. There is really no need to look for anything else outside Cap Cana.
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Hoyo Azul & Scape Park Cap Cana Full Admission

Punta Cana's Scape Park offers so many choices for adventure, it can be a bit overwhelming to choose among them. By booking this package ahead of time, you'll be able to tailor your day to your preferences. The package includes a choice of three attractions (with eight options to pick from) drinks, and round-trip transportation from your Punta Cana hotel.
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Jesse K wrote a review 22 Jun
2 contributions
It was pricey but a fun, unique experience. A few things to note to make your experience better. 1. Get a good nights sleep before you go. It's a long day with a lot of walking/energy use so by the end of the day we were wiped out. 2. Take good swim shoes if you can. One minute you're on a rocky trail walking to a water cave, the next minute you're swimming in a cave pool. With a good pair of water shoes you can just go from attraction to attraction and not worry about it. I recommend a decent pair with a firm/standard sole and not the stretch water shoes you get at places. 3. Check in takes a while. We had reservations but all the buses from different resorts arrive at once so you're waiting in line to sign some papers, etc. This was a bit maddening and they could have done this better so it wasn't a good start. We waited in line to check in for over 40 minutes. Frustrating. 4. The main zip line attraction takes about 75 minutes overall so plan accordingly. 5. They have small lockers there you can use but you'll have to buy a lock for $3.00. Our family of four needed two lockers and it was a tight fit. 6. They have changing stations right by the lockers but when everyone shows up at once it's a bit hectic at first. 7. They dictate what time you can eat lunch so make sure you don't go hungry. The lunch area can only handle so many at a time so when you arrive they give you a time window to spread everyone out. Our time was 1:30pm to 3pm so we were HUNGRY when it was time to finally eat. 8. Do all the attractions if you can. The cave swims were awesome and the water was cold and refreshing. You'll want the cold water because there is a lot of walking and it is HOT. 9. Our family with 2 teenage boys had a great time and while hot and tiring, we had a blast. 10. If you have trouble walking a lot, walking on rough trails, lots of steps, etc. I'd sit this one out.
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Date of experience: June 2021
Hlm1106 wrote a review 21 Jun
64 contributions25 helpful votes
The kids had a blast (ages 12 and 7). The staff are very helpful and attentive. Be prepared to walk a lot and take many stairs. Unfortunately, the cave was closed and we hiked all the way up to it before there was a notice it wasn't open. The waters at hoyo azul and the cave swim are COLD! But very refreshing after walking in the heat. Lunch was decent and the prices reasonable. We had a great time!
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Melissa V wrote a review 15 Jun
1 contribution2 helpful votes
Know Before You Go: I had a hard time knowing what to bring/expect so I thought I would share here in hopes to help others. * The trip says 7 hours, but plan on about 10-11 hours between pickup and drop off. * What to bring: sunscreen, water shoes (some areas are slippery, cave swim has some sharp rocks), walking shoes if your water shoes aren't comfortable for a lot of walking, something to drink, snack on (they sell refreshments/snacks, but it adds up quickly as it's very hot and you get thirsty, they do have a restaurant that has fair prices ($8-$12 for a cafeteria type meal), but you are given a certain time frame that you are able to go there, a towel, dry clothes if you don't want to zip line in your wet swim suit, waterproof case for your phone. *Gift shop: the gift shop does carry almost all of the items that I've list above as well as other items. * Lockers - they do have lockers at the front of the park that will hold about a backpack worth of stuff. You purchase a small padlock at the gift shop for $3 and use whatever locker is opened. With that being said, not all of the attractions are located near the lockers, but it's still handy to have your dry gear and such there. We rented a locker, but just sat our shoes and such in a chair when we went down to the waterfall pool. *Zip line: the zip line course has 7 zip lines that you actually go through during the course. There is a LOT of walking, stairs and even a rock wall that has handles that you must climb up. I do believe there was a way to bail out at the beginning of every zip line if you didn't want to continue. It does become very tiresome, but well worth the effort if you are able to do it. *Overall Experience: While I didn't think it was quite worth the price, we did have a great time. It was a lot more walking than I thought and a lot of time was spent doing that. The food at the cafeteria wasn't bad and everyone was very friendly. The picture of the Hoyo Azul is amazing, but that's not likely how you'll see it when you get there. The park wasn't overall super busy but the Hoyo Azul was and I'm sure that's why the water wasn't as clear, but still a neat experience as you get to jump/dive off of a platform if you'd like. Also, once you get to the gift shop, face masks are not required except to get into the cafeteria/restaurant I can't say that I'd recommend based on the price, but I am very glad that we did as our family got to experience new things. Good luck and have fun. Booked trip through Expedia.
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Date of experience: June 2021
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AlyRoo0402 wrote a review 8 Jun
19 contributions2 helpful votes
I highly recommend this experience the zip lining was an awesome adventure but physically demanding! You had to climb LOTS of steps! Overall I felt very safe the whole time with the extra harnesses and carabiners! The views were incredible as you were very ver high! I would highly highly highly recommend the sunshine cruise! The staff on the boat was freaking awesome and you got to snorkel and stand in the ocean and hang out and listen to music! Totally worth the extra $30 a person because this is from 2-5PM!
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Natalie L wrote a review 2 Jun
Hoffman Estates, Illinois17 contributions5 helpful votes
Went to Scape park because I wanted to see Hoyo Azul, & boy it didn't disappoint! It was the only reason we went, but we did use the rest of the park & the Zip lining was challenging but fun. The Cave was closed which was very disappointing after hiking up the mountain to see it(lighting issue). The park was huge & you will definitely get your steps in.
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Date of experience: May 2021