Dominican Republic Excursions

ISLA SAONA

When it comes to Dominican Republic excursions – this one is our most popular. Situated off the southern coast,  Isla Saona is not to be missed.


DESCRIPTION


We’ll race you out to the island in a speed boat that includes a stop in a waist deep natural swimming pool of crystalline waters; maybe you’ll even see some starfish.. At Isla Saona, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to making unforgettable memories: will you wade in the turquoise waters, enjoy yourself at our open bar, doze off in a swaying beach hammock, play volleyball in the sun, indulge in a delicious Dominican lunch of chicken, pork, rice, beans, salad and fruit, or simply walk the serene coastline? Most likely, you’ll do it all. Later we’ll return to the Dominican Republic mainland on a slow moving catamaran with Latin music, dancing and open bar!

INCLUDED

* Round trip transportation
* Boat transport
* Speed boat to natural pool
* Catamaran ride
* Buffet lunch on Isla Saona
* Unlimited drinks!

WHAT TO TAKE

Swim wear, towel, sunglasses, sun lotion and spending money (although food and drink is included, you might want to buy breakfast on the way, souvenirs or maybe even a massage on the beach!)

DEPARTS AROUND: 6:30am
RETURNS AROUND: 7:30pm


CAYO LEVANTADO / SALTO LIMON

Situated on a breathtaking island in the northeast of the island, Cayo Levantado offers pristine, paradisal beaches, lush landscapes and lucid waters; there’s really nothing to dislike about this Dominican Republic excursion.

DESCRIPTION

The morning consists of visiting the famous Cascada Salto Limon. The waterfall is 40 meters high and is only accessible by hiking (45mins) or by horseback (extra charge). After a refreshing swim in the river, a typical Dominican lunch will be served.In the afternoon, you will take a speed boat to the paradise island of Cayo Levantado – also known as Bacardi island. Spend the afternoon sun bathing on polar-white sands, chillaxing with a book in the shade, swimming in the gorgeous water or simply taking in the views.

INCLUDED

* Round trip transportation
* Guided hike
* Boat transport
* Typical Dominican Lunch
* Limited drinks

WHAT TO TAKE

Swim wear, towel, sunglasses, sun lotion, hiking or walking shoes and spending money (although food and drink is included you might want to buy breakfast on the way). Also note that the hiking trail can get muddy in rainy season.


DEPARTS AROUND:
 6:30am
RETURNS AROUND: 7:30pm


27 WATERFALLS

The original and best known of the islands falls, this popular Dominican Republic excursion starts with a moderate hike of around 45 minutes that leads up to the top of the falls where the real fun begins as you jump, slide and swim your way back down to base camp, emerging with a silly grin on your face and memories to cherish.

DESCRIPTION

Jumps of up to 8m/25ft but don’t worry — you can take a stroll around instead, if you don’t feel comfortable with the heights. You’ll enjoy a typical Dominican Lunch at a local restaurant when you have finished the waterfalls. IMPORTANT NOTE: When water levels are low some jumps might not be possible.

INCLUDED

* Round trip transportation
* Guided hike
* Safety equipment
* Typical Dominican Lunch
* Limited drinks


WHAT TO TAKE


Swim wear, towel, sunglasses, sun lotion, Water shoes, change of clothes and spending money(although food and drink is included you might want to buy breakfast on the way)


DEPARTS AROUND:
 6:30am
RETURNS AROUND: 6:30pm


CAYO ARENA

Cayo Arena, off the Dominican Republic’s northern coast, is a faint whisper of a Caribbean island that barely even exists, where sand, sky, and crystal clear water combine to create a Caribbean outpost thatseems too beautiful to be real.


DESCRIPTION


This sandbank rising up from the reef measures 2,100 square feet—which makes it less than a tenth of an acre of fine, sparkling white sand. After racing across the cobalt sea in a speedboat from Punta Rucia, arrive on the fringes of the coral reef that surrounds the patch of sand. The island itself is beautifully undeveloped—save for some thatched roof huts—and snorkelling in the calm, turquoise lagoon is a way to literally come face to face with curious Caribbean fish.


INCLUDED


* Round trip transportation
* Speedboat ride to Cayo Arena
* Visit to natural pool
* Visit the mangroves
* Typical Dominican Lunch
* Limited drinks

WHAT TO TAKE

Swim wear, towel, sunglasses, sun lotion and spending money (although food and drink is included you might want to buy breakfast on the way)


DEPARTS AROUND:
 6:30am
RETURNS AROUND: 6:30pm

What are you waiting for? Contact us today for an unforgettable Dominican Republic excursion