Mexico is reporting high activity of sargassum this year 2022 - comparing it to 2018. That's why it important to always have a plan B and C and D...
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U can swim out still. Just have to get through all the seaweed. We also would go to the pool for awhile. It’s still worth going. Just if your a beach person I would definitely wait
Was this your first visit to Punta Cana or even to the Dominican Republic?
We are staying at the royalton bavero. Great resort. The seaweed is all up and down the coast. We walked both ways for quite a bit. U can see it go for miles.
Thanks for sharing, it's really helpful to read your first-hand experience and to see the pictures.
It looks from your pictures as though the property has been trying to brush or pile some of the seaweed, but there's just too much! Can you still swim?
@Shy Bredewold we had 2 days(not in a row) where it broke. but within hours it was over taken again
@Nichol Krueger any suggestions for a fun activity if swimming is off the table for the day?
That's not an easy amount of seaweed to ignore, hopefully you're still having a great time!
Can I ask which resort this is?