Punta cana Weather February Averages, Dominican Republic
What's the Weather Like in Punta Cana in February?
Punta Cana is found on the eastern coast of the Dominican Republic. This popular holiday resort has a tropical climate with high temperatures and plenty of sunshine throughout the year. February falls within the dry season in Punta Cana and is hot, sunny and dry.
How Hot Is Punta Cana In February?
The average temperature for the resort is 25°C that's made up of highs of 29°C and lows of 21°C
How Much Does It Rain In Punta Cana In February?
February's in the middle of the dry season with s only a small amount of rainfall. The average rainfall for Punta Cana is 49mm. This precipitation is spread over an average of four rainy days throughout the month.
How Warm Is The Sea In Punta Cana In February?
How Humid Is Punta Cana In February?
The relative humidity for Punta Cana in February fluctuates between 64% and 94% - between mildly and very humid.
Punta Cana Hotels in February
Hotel Be Live Grand Punta Cana
The all-inclusive Hotel Be Live Grand Punta Cana is the perfect place to enjoy a holiday on a budget. Suitable for families and couples alike, this five-star hotel offers comfortable accommodation and a great range of facilities for affordable rates. Guests can choose between standard rooms, superior rooms, junior suites and master suites, providing something for everyone. Onsite facilities and services include: bars, restaurants, swimming pools, private beach, water sports and nightly entertainment.
Paradisus Palma Real Resort
When it comes to beachside accommodation, it doesn't get much better than Paradisus Palma Real Resort. Located on Bavaro Beach, this hotel lets kids stay for free, making it a top pick for families. Accommodation is available in the form of junior suites and master suites. There are loads of services and facilities for guests to enjoy onsite, including bars, restaurants, spa, golf course, swimming pool, entertainment programme, babysitting services and gym.
Luxury Bahia Principe Ambar
Luxury Bahia Principe Ambar is another top choice for tourists on holiday in Punta Cana. This popular resort provides accommodation in the form of junior suites and boasts loads of amenities, including swimming pools, bars, restaurants, WiFi access, spa and golf course. The comprehensive all-inclusive option includes unlimited meals in the hotel's restaurants which serve a variety of international cuisines.
Punta Cana Beach for February
Macao Beach is considered one of the most attractive beaches in Punta Cana thanks to the impressive, white sands and and crystal clear waters. As well as an ideal place to relax and unwind with some gentle swimming, this beach also caters for those seeking an adrenaline rush. Quad bikes and buggies can be hired out locally and driven along certain parts of this beach, a fabulous way to explore more of this beautiful island.
Another winning benefit of this beach is that it is the only one not surrounded by hotels, which gives Macao a secluded and unspoiled charm; for ultimate relaxation.
Things to do in Punta Cana in February
Punta Cana is one of the best places in the world for water sports, with a huge choice of activities available all-year-round. If you fancy something daring, snorkel along the coral reefs and get to know the giant sting rays and nurse sharks. If you'd prefer something more tame, head to Dolphin Island and swim amongst the friendly mammals.
Punta Cana Surf School
Punta Cana Surf School is a fantastic place for amateurs to learn how to ride the waves. This surf school will pick you up from your hotel and transport you to Macao Beach where an instructor and several assistants will guide you through the first stages of the sport and ensure that you will be surfing like a pro in no time. If you've got plenty of experience surfing, you can skip the classes and just rent your equipment from their beachside shack.
Zip Line Canopy Adventure Tour
For thrills and excitement the whole family will enjoy, book a zip line canopy adventure tour. On this family-friendly day out you'll soar over the tops of valleys and see some of the most breathtaking tropical scenery on the island. The zip lining tours are led by knowledgeable multilingual tour guides who guarantee you the safest zip lining conditions in the Dominican Republic. There are two different tours to choose from, guaranteeing something for all budgets.
Kukua Beach Club
A trip to Punta Cana isn't complete without trying the local seafood. Kukua Beach Club offers a range of Spanish and international cuisine, specialising in fresh seafood. Be sure to try the paella it's said to be the best in the whole of Punta Cana. If you're not a fan of seafood, there is a selection of meat and pasta-based dishes available, too.
Dates for the diary
Although February is packed full of events and festivals, many of the dates for them have yet to be released. Sports lovers won't want to miss the chance to see the Co-Ed Slo Pitch which is scheduled to take place in February 2015. This baseball tournament is one of the many which are held throughout the Caribbean and are fantastic to watch.
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Throughout February 2015, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is planning on hosting several music concerts. Unfortunately, the dates and details for the concerts have yet to be revealed, but you can expect a fantastic mixture of local and international singers and bands covering all sorts of music genres.
National Independence Day
February 27th marks National Independence Day in Punta Cana. This public holiday celebrates the date in 1844 when the Dominican Republic gained its freedom from Haiti. All sorts of patriotic events are held in honour of this day, with Juan Pablo Duarte tributes, a speech from the president of the Dominican Republic and flags decorating the whole of the resort.
Punta Cana IV Tango Festival
The Punta Cana IV Tango Festival is scheduled to take place in Punta Cana toward the end of February in 2015. This four-day dance festival is made up of loads of dance performances covering a number of tango variations, including Bachatango, Argentine Tango and Tango Salon. If you're not interested in tango dancing, there are plenty of other things for you to enjoy, including numerous beach activities and food kiosks.