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Punta Cana: Buggy Exploration Tour with Hotel Pickup

1. Punta Cana: Buggy Exploration Tour with Hotel Pickup

Explore Punta Cana's scenic landscapes by buggy. Uncover Macao town and its idyllic beach, and visit an indigenous cenote. After hotel pickup, your guide will brief you on the route and buggy operation. Start your journey into Punta Cana's interior amidst coffee and cocoa plantations. Start your engine and begin an exciting route through muddy trails and hills. Pass through a riverbed and feel the emotion of moving cross-country. The first stop will be Macao Beach. You'll have time to walk and immerse yourself in the Caribbean Sea. Continue the buggy route to the so-called Indigenous Springs, where you'll discover one of the most idyllic cenotes in Punta Cana. Take half an hour to explore this underground pool and plunge into its turquoise waters.

Punta Cana: Safari Tour Cultural From Punta Cana by Jhoraji

2. Punta Cana: Safari Tour Cultural From Punta Cana by Jhoraji

This tour is a great way to see the traditional side of the Dominican Republic. Many tourists only see the resort side of the country, but this tour shows the country's history and culture. Start your day in Higüey, one of the most popular cities in the country. There you will visit the Basilica and the Dominican Market, where you can get to better understand Dominican culture and society. After lunch it's time to visit Anamuya River, where you will have time to swim, enjoy nature and even slide on a 100 foot natural slide into the river.

From Punta Cana: Higüey Guided Safari Tour

3. From Punta Cana: Higüey Guided Safari Tour

Our trucks are equipped with friendly professional tour guide, one bartender and of course the chauffeur . Visit the most important of this city, the city of Higuey, where you will meet the Basilica Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia, we will walk around the city and will have a panoramic view of the municipal market, plus our special safari trucks take us to a private ranch a ride horses, then we will have a good time swimming in a river of crystalline waters. Then reach our private ranch and have the opportunity to relax, enjoy a delicious typical Dominican lunch. We will also visit a small shop purchase handcrafted gifts and simultaneously observe a demonstration of handmade cigars. Finally we end our tour on the unspoiled beach macao, where you can have fun swimming or using our surfboards or just relax watching the sunset in the Caribbean with a beer or a Cuba-free in his hand.

From Punta Cana buggy Double tour with Macao beach

4. From Punta Cana buggy Double tour with Macao beach

Our boogies are designed and built for maximum fun while driving through small towns in the Dominican countryside. We visit an organic farm where we will learn about the world famous coconut oil, tobacco, rum, coffee, chocolate and chocolate tea. We will also stop at an indigenous cave with a natural spring of crystal clear water for a refreshing bath. On the tour you can get wet and dirty.

Saona Island Tour All Inclusive Speedboat and Catamaran

5. Saona Island Tour All Inclusive Speedboat and Catamaran

Full-day excursion starting from Punta Cana to Bayahibe; where we board a speedboat or catamaran to visit the island and make a stop at a natural pool where you can see starfishes and take nice pictures to share on social media. Upon arrival to the Island; the guide will give you some instructions regarding where to find the restrooms, lunch time, and the time you would be returning to the hotel. You will find yourself on a paradise Island ready to be explored, plus strolling along the beach, laying on the white sand and swimming in crystal clear waters. This tour includes two stops: meeting point (where we will board another bus) and Local Market.

Punta Cana: Full-Day Santo Domingo City Tour All Inclusive

6. Punta Cana: Full-Day Santo Domingo City Tour All Inclusive

Get ready to uncover the hidden gems of Santo Domingo on this exciting city tour! We'll pick you up at your hotel and embark on a journey to the oldest city in America, a Unesco World Heritage Site. We'll visit Los Tres Ojos National Park, where we'll venture into a fascinating subway cave once used by the Taino Indians for their rituals, but the adventure doesn´t end there! As we explore the vibrant streets of Santo Domingo, we'll mix walking tours and bus rides to fully immerse ourselves in the Dominican capital's history. From the Alcazar de Colon to the National Pantheon, and even the First Cathedral of America, we'll dive deep into the rich heritage of this colonial city. After visiting different places of the city, we'll take a well-deserved break at a local restaurant to indulge in a delicious typical lunch with refreshing drinks. With our energy replenished, we'll continue our exploration, getting a glimpse of the modern area and passing by the impressive Presidential Palace, the seat of power in the Dominican Republic. After five hours of adventure and discovery, our panoramic tour of Santo Domingo will come to an end, leaving you back at the starting point with unforgettable memories of this captivating city.

From Punta Cana: Full-Day Santo Domingo City Tour

7. From Punta Cana: Full-Day Santo Domingo City Tour

During this tour, you will visit key sites, including: the caves at Three Eyes National Park, the Columbus Lighthouse, the walled Colonial Zone, and the National Presidential Palace. Travel between the attractions with ease in an air-conditioned coach. A traditional Dominican lunch is also included. Your tour starts with pickup from your hotel in Punta Cana in an air-conditioned coach. Travel about two and a half hours to Santo Domingo, the oldest city in the New World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Visit some of the most spectacular places in this rich colonial city, including Diego Colon’s Palace, the Holy Cathedral Primada, the Fortaleza, and the National Pantheon. Walk and take pictures in the Colonial Zone, starting at the Columbus Palace. Completed in 1514, this was the home of Christopher Columbus's son, Don Diego. From the Palace, the tour will go through the historic Plaza de Espana and on to Calle Las Damas (the first paved street in the New World). Keep walking to the National Pantheon where heroes were laid to rest. The colonial tour will culminate at the First Cathedral of the New World.

Full day buggy Safari with lunch and Chavon River Tour

8. Full day buggy Safari with lunch and Chavon River Tour

Enjoy a day packed with exciting activities by joining this fun buggy safari and tour of the Dominican Republic landscape and culture. Allow your guide to let you in on the countryside's hidden secrets and have a delicious lunch as you relax in the middle of the lush jungle. Drive to a locally-owned ranch located in the small village called Benerito. Get a short explanation regarding the safety rules of buggy-riding and start your adventure. Ride across huge sugar cane fields, learn about the sugar industry and even taste some sugar cane. Come across a small village called Batey, where the sugar cane workers live. Go for a swim in the river before discovering a plantation of various tropical species. You'll visit a traditional home to taste local products, such as manioc and plantains. Later on, drive to a nice spot along the river to enjoy a traditional Dominican meal with a panoramic view of the jungle. After lunch, walk to a platform boat for a trip down the river to admire the beauty of the scenery from up close and swim some more if you choose to.

Santo Domingo: Full-Day Tour from Punta Cana by Airplane

9. Santo Domingo: Full-Day Tour from Punta Cana by Airplane

Experiencing the capital of Santo Domingo is essential when getting to know the country. This is where the history of America began. It is a cosmopolitan and vibrant city, with a deep historical past associated with the conquest of the Americas. Located south of the island, the city is washed by the waves and breezes of the Caribbean Sea. The Colonial Zone, declared a Common Heritage of Humanity by Unesco, includes the oldest buildings created by the Spaniards as the first administrative offices, or the first cathedral in the new world. You can explore the colonial zone your way, with your guides designing a unique path for you, allowing you to save some time for shopping later. When lunch time approaches, you will be able to eat “La Bandera” in a typical restaurant. La Bandera is a national dish in the Dominican Republic, consisting of rice, beans, stewed meat, avocado, and fried plantain. As the afternoon closes in, you will depart to the airport to take off to Punta Cana.

Punta Cana: All-Inclusive Day Trip to Santo Domingo

10. Punta Cana: All-Inclusive Day Trip to Santo Domingo

Enjoy an insightful day discovering the past and the present of the capital city along with an engaging, knowledgeable, and friendly guide. Seize the opportunity to visit all the must-see monuments and enjoy a delicious typical Dominican lunch. Pay homage to the First Cathedral of the Americas. Stroll down Las Damas Street where you will see many important monuments. Pass by the Museo de la Casas Reales then walk across the Alcázar de Colón which takes you back to the era of the Spanish conquistadors. On the boardwalk of Santo Domingo, appreciate the beauty of the Caribbean Sea and modern buildings such as the Fine Arts Palace, the National Theatre, and the Presidential Palace. Enjoy a nice lunch in a typical restaurant in the capital.

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What people are saying about Punta Cana

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3.7 / 5

based on 71 reviews

Hello, we could not participate in this activity because there was a disagreement on the schedule at the meeting point. It's a shame because this visit must be interesting ... however, we put 5 * because the situation was taken into consideration immediately and by the company Go excursion and Get Your Guide in person where we were able to obtain a full refund with good obviously recommendations that we gave to the people who organize this excursion to prevent this from happening again. Again, Get Your Guide is very serious, it's not the first time we've booked with GYG and we've always been very satisfied! We will continue…thanks.

Fantastic trip with lots to absorb, really well paced and feel like this day will be one to remember for many years. The guide offered valuable insights and we really felt like we got a taste of the Dominican lifestyle and culture. The sights were incredible, our Gopro stayed warm throughout the trip! Make sure that you leave some tips to the horseriding assistants, they work really hard! (and perhaps avoid making the mistake of bringing British pounds as they have never seen that before)...

The guide, a very capable person, spoke in 4 languages, he informed us all about the destination throughout the excursion regardless of the country we came from. Lunch was delicious and we were able to enjoy a typical Dominican dance show. Transport very comfortable with air conditioning.

We had a very good day also thanks to the tour guide Radi! The lunch was also very good.

ce Excursion and above all the guide MARTÍN IN GENIO