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Beekeping

When founders Ted Kheel and Frank Rainieri first began Grupo Puntacana over 45 years ago, they encouraged their workers to keep bees and produce honey to produce extra income. This tradition lives on at the Puntacana Ecological Foundation.

The Ecological Foundation works with a local beekeeper to produce approximately 2,000 gallons of honey a year, in addition to royal jelly, bee pollen, and wax for candles from approximately 500 bee colonies distributed throughout the Puntacana Resort & Club. Puntacana Forest Honey can be found and purchased at Tortuga Bay, the Six Senses Spa, the Punta Cana International Airport, and other locations in Punta Cana.