The Dominican Republic

Platinum Worldwide Resorts are  proud to present our latest project association in the Caribbean - Punta Perla Golf, Marina and Spa Resort. Located in the stunning Punta Cana region of the Dominican Republic, Punta Perla represents the elite of real estate investment. Facilities will include a 450 berth marina, equestrian centre, dolphinarium, sports club, casino, retail area, a heliport and three signature 18 hole golf courses, one of which is designed by European Golf Design and Ryder Cup winner, Colin Montgomerie.

From its conception, the ecologically minded Punta Perla has been master-planned to become one of the Caribbean’s premier resorts. Privacy and spaciousness are key elements of Punta Perla’s overall design concept. Set amongst 2,700 acres of beachfront, tropical landscape, with as little as 15% of the land built upon, Punta Perla ensures a quota of no more than 11 people per acre.

The development will incorporate a variety of homes including multi-million dollar Beach-Side Mansions, Star Island Bungalows, Golf villas, Marina and beach townhouses and apartments in all sectors. Punta Perla will also feature innovative homes built right over the crystal clear Caribbean Sea.


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Discovered by Christopher Columbus, the idyllic Caribbean island of Hispaniola has endured a turbulent history with periods of Sish, French, Haitian and American occupation. Today, the Dominican Republic – a US-style democracy – covers two-thirds of the island, the remaining third being French-speaking Haiti. Picture sugar-white beaches fringed with palm trees, clear blue waters, every imaginable water sport, vibrant people and the hypnotic tones of the salsa and merengue carried on the sea breeze. Add to this verdant green valleys, lakes, tropical rainforests and four mountain ranges including Pico Duarte, the tallest in the Caribbean, and you begin to understand the country’s popularity. At the easternmost tip of the island is Punta Cana, originally the name of the small village but now used to describe the entire resort area encompassing Juanillo, Punta Cana, Cabeza de Toro, Bavaro, El Cortecito, Mocao and Uvero Alto, with all-inclusive resorts and the Manatee natural park bursting with fauna and flora unique to the island. In recent years, the island has become the top Caribbean destination. International investment in high quality all-inclusive hotels and development of villas, beachside apartments, marinas, high quality golf courses and excellent sporting facilities are all under way to cater for the increased interest in the island.