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New Punta Cana Theme Park Opening to Hotel Guests this December

by Aoife O'Riordan

Oct 20, 2022

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A new, cutting-edge theme park comes to Punta Cana, exclusively for guests of Falcon’s Resort by Meliá. Starting this December, family travelers looking for a fun-filled trip to Punta Cana can enjoy the Caribbean’s first and only world-class park when staying at the resort.



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Katmandu Park, Punta Cana will feature several patented and never-before-seen ride technologies, as well as captivating park attractions and interactive storytelling experiences. Situated just steps from the hotel, Meliá guests will be the first to experience the park, where they can venture into the Himalayas in the Legend of the Desirata or fire blast to earn points in EtherQuest. Embark on an underwater rescue aboard Voyage of the Fathom Wanderer or race through a game of chess in the Challenge of the Mad Mage.


Katmandu Park comprises just one of the three guest experiences coming to the region this December. Falcon’s Resort by Melia officially opens its doors this December, as well. The resort currently accepts reservations and promises families a “resortaintment” experience, blending premium resort amenities with entertainment experiences.



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The third guest experience, Falcon’s Central, entails a signature retail, dining and entertainment district. Currently in development, Falcon’s Central will connect guests with world-renowned brands through curated entertainment venues, experiences, restaurants, shopping, retail and more.


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