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Las Terrenas

Las Terrenas

Our most recommended things to do in Las Terrenas

Samana: Fronton & Madame Beach tour Las Galeras

1. Samana: Fronton & Madame Beach tour Las Galeras

Best Tour to Playa Fronton + Playa Madame beaches in Las Galeras, Samana. Enter the unique atmosphere of Playa Frontón, a beach only reachable by boat surrounded by a coral reef around which you can snorkel, swim with fishes and discover its corals and relax and enjoy the amazing scenery. After Time in Fronton Beach, we will visit another amazing beach that is Madame Beach. Before heading back to the meeting point. This is one of the most beautiful excursions on the Samaná peninsula. Enter the unique atmosphere of Playa Frontón, a beach only reachable by boat surrounded by a coral reef around which you can snorkel, swim with fishes and discover its corals and relax and enjoy the amazing scenery. You will have lunch with your toes in the sand to the sound of Bachata at "El Paraiso" - The last restaurant before the jungle - where you will be served a complete meal including a "fish dish" composed of lobster or wassou (fresh water shrimp served during the seasons of lobsters reproduction), fish and calamari, accompanied by local drinks and cocktails. On the way back we will stop at Playa Madama, a small beach lined with corals where you can also visit a cave.

Las Terrenas: Private Coffee Trail ATV Tour

2. Las Terrenas: Private Coffee Trail ATV Tour

The tour will take you through country roads boarded by cacao and coffee fields, spectacular views over the Samana bay, and local farms. We’ll stop at a classic mountain farm, sharing some time with a family of farmers. You’ll be able to see some of the products they produce and visit their farm, learning about organic farming and plants. You’ll witness the difference between Las Terrenas, a busy beach destination, and the countryside, with its clean air and slow-paced way of life. If you want, the farmers will show you how coffee or cacao is made, from the tree to your table. You can then sip on a cup of coffee or hot cocoa. Don’t worry, if you don’t speak Spanish, our local tour guide will translate everything for you. Next stop is a small beach on the Samana Bay where you can take a dip and cool off for a while. On the way, we’ll pass through many fields, farms, and viewpoints. Most of the trip is on dirt roads, it’s a lot of fun driving the ATV there, up and down, through bumps and holes. If you are not 100% comfortable driving an ATV or if speed is not your thing, don’t worry, you can either drive slow (more time to enjoy the view!) or you can ride with someone, most ATV can sit two people. Driving an ATV is pretty straightforward and even if it’s your first time you should get the hang of it pretty quickly.

Las Terrenas: El Limón Waterfall Trekking Tour

3. Las Terrenas: El Limón Waterfall Trekking Tour

The trek is easy and requires a basic fitness level starting at 8am in order to arrive first on site. The trail is about 2 kilometers long, it goes up and down, but nothing too steep. The walk takes about 45 minutes, more if you stop often to take pictures. The views along the way are breath-taking, with lush hills and the sea on the horizon. Most of the path is shady, the trail winds through the jungle, and some cacao and coffee fields at the beginning. You have to cross the river a few times, it’s not deep, but it’s a good idea to pack slip-proof shoes that can get wet for the trek, especially if it has been raining as the path can get pretty muddy. Before reaching the waterfall, you’ll get a stunning view over the lush jungle, with the waterfall peeping from the trees. There, you’ll find a small local shop where you can buy snacks and drinks, as well as local items such as cacao and coffee. You can also try Mamajuana, a type of local rum infused with dozens of local herbs, some with medicinal properties. Just ask your guide about it! You can get under the waterfall to enjoy a strong massage or get a bit further under it to see the hidden caves. The water is just the perfect temperature to relax after the walk, with the pool shaded by the trees. Depending on rainfalls and the season you’re visiting, the amount of water coming out of the waterfall might not be the same, but you’ll always be able to swim in the pool.

Las Terrenas: Los Haitises Boat and Walking Tour with Lunch

4. Las Terrenas: Los Haitises Boat and Walking Tour with Lunch

Pick up at your place in Las Terrenas to Drive until Samana. Embark on a full-day trip from Samaná to Los Haitises National park, and explore the park's natural beauty. See the park's beautiful scenery, and look for a variety of species while you explore. Enjoy a typical Dominican lunch buffet on Cayo Levantado. Slalom by the many islets that form this amazing National Park. See the park's natural attractions, like the mangroves, and some of the park's various bird species like pelicans, herons, and the Ridgway's hawk. Take the time to see historic caves and spectacular scenery. Marvel at the caves, which have some of the highest numbers of indigenous petroglyphs and pictographs in the country. Travel to Cayo Levantado, also known as Bacardi Island, and enjoy the picturesque destination's warm beaches, and a buffet lunch of typical Dominican food.

From Las Terrenas: Guided Tour of Los Haitises National Park

5. From Las Terrenas: Guided Tour of Los Haitises National Park

Leave your comfort zone and immerse yourself in the stunning surroundings Los Haitises National Park has to offer. Visit the towns of Sánchez and Sabana de la Mar located in the national park, and explore the rich flora and fauna making up Los Haitises. Set sail from Sánchez to Los Haitises and head to the caves with pictographs and petroglyphs, historical treasures of local native Taino culture, to be shown to you by your guide. Explore the immense biodiversity of Las Haitises' mangroves, where a rich number of birds, fish, and land animals live and roam freely. The fact that the guides are locals will only assure your boat tour is packed with the best tips and destinations.

Transfer from the Americas Inter. Airport to Punta Cana

6. Transfer from the Americas Inter. Airport to Punta Cana

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Our most recommended things to do in Las Terrenas

Samana: Fronton & Madame Beach tour Las Galeras

Samana: Fronton & Madame Beach tour Las Galeras

Best Tour to Playa Fronton + Playa Madame beaches in Las Galeras, Samana. Enter the unique atmosphere of Playa Frontón, a beach only reachable by boat surrounded by a coral reef around which you can snorkel, swim with fishes and discover its corals and relax and enjoy the amazing scenery. After Time in Fronton Beach, we will visit another amazing beach that is Madame Beach. Before heading back to the meeting point. This is one of the most beautiful excursions on the Samaná peninsula. Enter the unique atmosphere of Playa Frontón, a beach only reachable by boat surrounded by a coral reef around which you can snorkel, swim with fishes and discover its corals and relax and enjoy the amazing scenery. You will have lunch with your toes in the sand to the sound of Bachata at "El Paraiso" - The last restaurant before the jungle - where you will be served a complete meal including a "fish dish" composed of lobster or wassou (fresh water shrimp served during the seasons of lobsters reproduction), fish and calamari, accompanied by local drinks and cocktails. On the way back we will stop at Playa Madama, a small beach lined with corals where you can also visit a cave.

Las Terrenas: Private Coffee Trail ATV Tour

Las Terrenas: Private Coffee Trail ATV Tour

The tour will take you through country roads boarded by cacao and coffee fields, spectacular views over the Samana bay, and local farms. We’ll stop at a classic mountain farm, sharing some time with a family of farmers. You’ll be able to see some of the products they produce and visit their farm, learning about organic farming and plants. You’ll witness the difference between Las Terrenas, a busy beach destination, and the countryside, with its clean air and slow-paced way of life. If you want, the farmers will show you how coffee or cacao is made, from the tree to your table. You can then sip on a cup of coffee or hot cocoa. Don’t worry, if you don’t speak Spanish, our local tour guide will translate everything for you. Next stop is a small beach on the Samana Bay where you can take a dip and cool off for a while. On the way, we’ll pass through many fields, farms, and viewpoints. Most of the trip is on dirt roads, it’s a lot of fun driving the ATV there, up and down, through bumps and holes. If you are not 100% comfortable driving an ATV or if speed is not your thing, don’t worry, you can either drive slow (more time to enjoy the view!) or you can ride with someone, most ATV can sit two people. Driving an ATV is pretty straightforward and even if it’s your first time you should get the hang of it pretty quickly.

Las Terrenas: El Limón Waterfall Trekking Tour

Las Terrenas: El Limón Waterfall Trekking Tour

The trek is easy and requires a basic fitness level starting at 8am in order to arrive first on site. The trail is about 2 kilometers long, it goes up and down, but nothing too steep. The walk takes about 45 minutes, more if you stop often to take pictures. The views along the way are breath-taking, with lush hills and the sea on the horizon. Most of the path is shady, the trail winds through the jungle, and some cacao and coffee fields at the beginning. You have to cross the river a few times, it’s not deep, but it’s a good idea to pack slip-proof shoes that can get wet for the trek, especially if it has been raining as the path can get pretty muddy. Before reaching the waterfall, you’ll get a stunning view over the lush jungle, with the waterfall peeping from the trees. There, you’ll find a small local shop where you can buy snacks and drinks, as well as local items such as cacao and coffee. You can also try Mamajuana, a type of local rum infused with dozens of local herbs, some with medicinal properties. Just ask your guide about it! You can get under the waterfall to enjoy a strong massage or get a bit further under it to see the hidden caves. The water is just the perfect temperature to relax after the walk, with the pool shaded by the trees. Depending on rainfalls and the season you’re visiting, the amount of water coming out of the waterfall might not be the same, but you’ll always be able to swim in the pool.

Las Terrenas: Los Haitises Boat and Walking Tour with Lunch

Las Terrenas: Los Haitises Boat and Walking Tour with Lunch

Pick up at your place in Las Terrenas to Drive until Samana. Embark on a full-day trip from Samaná to Los Haitises National park, and explore the park's natural beauty. See the park's beautiful scenery, and look for a variety of species while you explore. Enjoy a typical Dominican lunch buffet on Cayo Levantado. Slalom by the many islets that form this amazing National Park. See the park's natural attractions, like the mangroves, and some of the park's various bird species like pelicans, herons, and the Ridgway's hawk. Take the time to see historic caves and spectacular scenery. Marvel at the caves, which have some of the highest numbers of indigenous petroglyphs and pictographs in the country. Travel to Cayo Levantado, also known as Bacardi Island, and enjoy the picturesque destination's warm beaches, and a buffet lunch of typical Dominican food.

From Las Terrenas: Guided Tour of Los Haitises National Park

From Las Terrenas: Guided Tour of Los Haitises National Park

Leave your comfort zone and immerse yourself in the stunning surroundings Los Haitises National Park has to offer. Visit the towns of Sánchez and Sabana de la Mar located in the national park, and explore the rich flora and fauna making up Los Haitises. Set sail from Sánchez to Los Haitises and head to the caves with pictographs and petroglyphs, historical treasures of local native Taino culture, to be shown to you by your guide. Explore the immense biodiversity of Las Haitises' mangroves, where a rich number of birds, fish, and land animals live and roam freely. The fact that the guides are locals will only assure your boat tour is packed with the best tips and destinations.

Transfer from the Americas Inter. Airport to Punta Cana

Transfer from the Americas Inter. Airport to Punta Cana

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Overall rating

4.3
(3 reviews)

A great activity A great, interesting guide, thank you Vincent Pleasant and wow! Discovery of honey, your bees forage on different flowers than here and that gives it a succulent taste! A beautiful day, rocky trail but pleasant to get out of the city section to discover other sections of the region. I recommend !

Superb hike with Vincent to discover the El Limón waterfall. It is a magnificent waterfall and an exceptional route through the local flora, with several extraordinary viewpoints. Vincent is ultra friendly and provided us with lots of advice and tips for the rest of our trip. I highly recommend 👍

Very beautiful waterfall, nice hike with a French guide, Vincent, established in the Dominican Republic for 10 years and who took care of everything and explains Dominican life and possible good tips. To do, and especially at the start of your stay 😉

The tour took us through the city, and out into the rural countryside where we got to see a family run coffee farm. Vincent was a fantastic tour guide! He was very friendly and spoke English, French, and Spanish.

Great tour with Andres, beaches were awesome and our guide very friendly and kind.