On this excursion you will visit five different places on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic. First you will visit a mini-zoo, then a typical plantation house where you will learn about growing coffee, cocoa, oranges, coconut and other tropical fruits. You will swim in two different white sand beaches and in the fantastic fresh water lagoon: the Blue Lagoon.
Sosua is a small town in the Puerto Plata province of the Dominican Republic. The town is divided into three sections: El Batey, Los Charamicos and Sosua Abajo. Enjoy swimming in the crystal clear beach of Sosua Bay.
This unique adventure explores the interior of the Dominican Republic. You will cross rivers and pass through small villages with lots of Caribbean flair. In lush evergreen valleys you will learn everything about the DR’s tropical plants and fruits. Among other stops, you will visit a school, a market place and a Dominican Family where you get in touch with real Dominican life first hand.
The highlight are the 27 ‘Damajagua waterfalls.’ They are made of small and big caves with stalagmites and stalactites in a thousand colors. Have a swim in the cold and crystal clear mountain range water under the first waterfall, or explore and admire some of the upper ones with local guides. For those who don’t want to visit the waterfalls, alternative activities are offered.
Sail on tropical rhythms with a live one-man steel band playing on board and a fantastic crew. Lunch and drinks are included.
Visit a Haitian Village, and see different plantations: bananas, coffee and various fruits. Travel about 20 km and enjoy the beautiful views of the extensive sugar can fields. Stop in a typical ranch for some refreshments and pick up some souvenirs. Refresh yourself in Rio Camu and swim in a Bergantin beach. If you wish, continue for a full day experience and enjoy a tasteful typical buffet and ride the base of Isabel de Torres Mountain for souvenir photos of a very memorable day!
Don’t miss the most idyllic spot on the north coast. Cruise on a twin-hull yacht to Point Rusia where you will lunch in a waterfront restaurant (don’t miss the tilapia,) through a mangrove swamp and to Paradise Island. Discover a beautiful reef on a snorkeling tour with a guide and see amazing coral and colorful fish. Take plenty of sun protection and enjoy this sun lovers day out in the sea.
Travel to Santiago-Jarabacoa, the second largest city on the island, picking up a few bargains along the way from cigars to ceramics. See how handcrafted cigars are made as you cast an eye over the shoulder of a nimble-fingered Dominican cutting, rolling and finishing one of the 250m cigars he makes daily. Take a whistle stop tour around the ceramics factory, where you will see the famous faceless dolls being made.
Drive through the winding hills of Jarabacoa and meander through a steep valley. Take a Jeep to the waterfall where you can cool off or just sit and relax taking in the spectacular mountains on horseback. Lunch and soft drinks are included.
The shopping and sight seeing tour to Puerto Plata includes a ride on the cable car up the Isabel de Torres Mountain summit with breath-taking views. This handsome city showcases a fabulous display of Victorian-style architecture. Round off the day by visiting the Amber Museum and the San Felipe Fortress, built to protect the city from the pirates. Also visit the Amber and Larimar Factory.
Hop on a raft and enjoy the cool waters of the Yanque del Norte River, the longest in the Caribbean. In the company of professional guides, you will go through canyons and rapids to the feels of an adrenaline rush. You will discover places unknown to most. Action and nature are packed into a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Your trip includes basic training and the essentials: wetsuit, life-jacket, protective helmet, breakfast, a snack and lunch.
Only a 30-minute drive along the scenic route from Puerto Plata you will find the zip-line park where you can enjoy spectacular views of the city and the Atlantic Ocean. The highly experienced guides will train each participant on the security system and installation of the specialized equipment. You will launch off 10 platforms and 8 cables where you are suspended in the air between 100 and 300 meters with speeds up to 30 mph.
Guests should wear comfortable clothes and closed-toed shoes. Pants or longer shorts are recommended as is sunblock and insect repellent. Long hair should be tied back to avoid entanglement. Cameras with secure retaining straps are permitted. Bring cash for beer and souvenirs.
Enjoy a full day of sailing pleasure aboard the luxurious 82 foot Lifestyle Catamaran.
Visit the magical and historical capital of Dominican Republic; Santo Dominigo City!