The Best Dominican Republic Excursions

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There is a wide variety of tours in our land. That is why we present the best ones in the following list, so that you have them at hand and serve as a guide.

Excursions in Punta Cana

Punta Cana sites more crowded and sought after by tourists. You can find scripts for different thematic how: Aquatic, adventure, extreme, for the family. We quote the most important by theme

Aquatics Excursions

Private boat

There are several types of walks in Catamaran: there are simple and private party boat.  Others like: Private boat and snorkeling, where you can even see exotic animals under the sea, and others are VIP.

Do you want to know more about Private Party Boat?

Our Shared Tour is in a catamaran with a capacity of 30 passengers, will be booked to best personalized service and attention, giving each of our guests a VIP spot in the Catamaran. This activity combines cruising along the Bavaro coast, a stop at the Cabeza de Toro reef for snorkeling, and a visit to a deserted beach with a natural pool.

Then we continue our journey next to the Bavaro Lagoon, a natural reserve, which is home to a unique kind of fish (cyprinodont Higey) which exist only in this lagoon.

Private Party Boat Punta Cana

At this stop we will serve you a delicious alcoholic or non-alcoholic cocktail prepared with coconut milk and coconut meat to eat. The coconut is a typical product of our land. To round-up the perfect cruise, on our way back we will stop at the natural pools with a water depth of just 4 feet.

Also, for the cruise will be bigger, there are mix tours like Saona Island with semi private boat: an exclusive excursion that will allow you to appreciate Saona, more than 5 hours in different parts of the island, and in a small group. Maximum per group 10 people.

The transparency of the water in these two beaches (Playa Flamenco or El Canto de la Playa) is comparable to that of a pool, to such an extent that the shadow of the boats can be seen clearly.

To this beach only a few boats arrive from all the tours that exist today to Saona, so it is another different point in this VIP Saona.

Mano Juan

You can get to know this secret village of fishermen, walk through its streets and take typical Caribbean photos.

We will also visit the Carey Sea Turtle Sanctuary, where you will be able to observe newborn babies of these wonderful animals.

Extreme Excursions


Appreciate the whole view of the deep and wonderful forests of Punta Cana, at the same time to live a hazard that you will not forget.


A fun adventure to love the awesome dominican coast.This attraction is available in Bavaro. Other modalities also appear, such as: The Jet Boat.

Family Excursions


Have you ever imagined yourself in the jungle appreciating part of the flora and fauna of this region and with your loved ones? This would be the moment! Also, there are mix package like Monkeyland and Zipline.

The day begins with a 45 minutes route to the Zip Line facility.  Along the way you will enjoy beautiful landscapes and interesting cultural interactions. Once at the facility, the expert guides will provide a thorough review of the activity and all the safety equipment.  After the safety briefing, you are ready to climb to the first platform and let the hazard begin! The system consists of 12 lines spread between 18 platforms.  You will be safely attached to double line cables through the entire experience and the friendly guides will be with you every step of the way.

This experience continues with a visit to “Casa del Coco” or Coconut House.  Here you will learn how coconut oil is produced.  Taste fresh organic products such as exotic Caribbean fruits, roasted coffee and cacao beans.

The next stop in you day is a stroll of Monkeyland. During the 45 minutes guided tour you will interact near with the wonderful and friendly squirrel monkeys.  These charming, intelligent monkeys have been raised by a Canadian couple with over 35 years of knowledge working with animals, including 12 years at the Toronto Zoo. They specialize in teaching the monkeys to trust and enjoy the interaction with humans.

Finish you fling by winding down at the Mountain Ranch and feasting on a delicious traditional meal.

Safari Excursion

Visit the native land by means of this unusual transport that crosses some localities of the province the La Altagracia: like Bavaro, Punta Cana and until the Basilica of Higüey, depending on the plan that you choose. You will enjoy charming plantations of diverse local products, typical food, the prominent landscape and more.

What to Expect:

This is the attraction to experience the rich, beautiful culture of our territory.  Climb aboard the open-air, safari trucks with your tour guide. Start your time with a visit to the town of Higuey, including the most important church in our land, the Basilica of La Altagracia. Travel through the picturesque countryside for the next stop, a local Dominican home. Warm smiles greet you as locals share the history and importance of the cocoa and coffee beans.  Learn about the process of hand roasting the beans and sample some of the product.

Tobacco is also important to Dominican culture. Witness a master craftsman share the art of cigar rolling. Journey further through panoramic landscapes to a sugar cane plantation.  Go inside an artisan sugar cane mill and watch an accurate re-enactment of a colonial-era “trapiche” (wheel grinder) being pulled by oxen. Living the transformation from cane juice to molasses and then finally the finest Dominican rum. While at the plantation, saddle up for a horseback trail route, allowing you to take an even closer look at the beauty of this place.

The day also includes a delicious, authentic traditional meal and wraps up with time at Macao Beach.  The perfect ending to your activity – catch a wave on a boogie board or simply relax while sipping a Cuba Libre listening to the soothing sound of the waves.

Excursions in Samaná

A wonderful city surrounded by beaches, where you can explore, taste fresh fruits and even ride a horse.  There are many tours here like Samana via miches:

Travel by private bus through the picturesque countryside.  Revel a birds-eye-view of the beautiful peninsula coast.  Then you will arrive at the majestic bay of Samana.

The adventure begins on a Safari ride to Las Canitas, a mountainside plantation featuring samples of freshly produced local products.

Next it is time to saddle up for the horseback ride through the tropical forest to El Limon Waterfall, one of the most famous waterfalls in the region. Appreciate a swim in the refreshing and clear waters of this majestic region.

After a swim you will return to the ranch for a delicious buffet lunch. The next part of the activity is a safari truck route crossing through the quaint village of Samana, towards the port.  Here we will board a lovely catamaran and sail to Cayo Levantado (Bacardi Island).  Island time begins so just relax, soak up the sun, and relish the open bar.  The trip concludes with a sail stroll back to the port and then bus ride home to your hotel.

This is a full day of amazing experiences and lasting memories!

Excursions in Santo Domingo

It is the most important and historical city of the nation.There are several excursions that commonly guide you through the Colonial Zone, varied monuments and the park the Three Eyes which includes a cave. Also, there are VIP packages.

Santo Domingo excursion:

Travel by bus to the Ciudad Colonial, the historic central neighborhood of Santo Domingo. Known locally as “Zona Colonial”, this place is the oldest European Settlement of the Americas and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Take a guided walking tour of the many culturally significant landmarks of the area including Alcázar de Colón, Plaza de España and Cathedral Primada de América.  Your visit also includes a visit to the Cocoa Museum and gift shop, local Amber and Larimar Jewelry shops, and a delicious typical lunch.

The stroll continues with a stop at Los Tres Ojos (The Three Eyes), the name given to a 50-yard open-air limestone cave located in the Mirador del Este park, just outside Santo Domingo. Initially, the cave was used by the indigenous Taíno Indians, the first inhabitants of the Hispaniola Island, for religious rituals.


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