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The circuits are available to guests of Bavaro, PuntaCana, Bayahibe, La Romana, San Pedro de Macoris, Boca Chica and Santo Domingo Hotels.

 

Circuits Dominican Republic
Discover the Dominican Republic. Far from the tourist areas we encourage you to visit the most interesting places that are not yet exploited by tourism. Learn about the flora.

Try a Circuit in one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean the source of the bachata and merengue. Where there is a mixture of descendants from: the Taino Indians, European settlers and African slaves. The Dominican Republic is among the most attractive tourist spots in the world, the place everyone wants to visit at least once in lifetime. Most tourists spend their holidays within the four walls of the hotels; however, this country has much to offer. For nature lovers we have the advantage of having the wonders of nature: jungles, waterfalls, national parks, pristine beaches and of course the Dominican people. The Dominicans are characterized by very friendly people, helpful and cheerful.

For its natural treasures, the Dominican Republic is the most interesting country in the Caribbean. With its turquoise beaches, high mountains, sugar cane, cultivation of snuff, cocoa and coffee, national parks, flora and exotic fauna. All these attractions make this country a magical place. Enjoy with us an unforgettable adventure and experience the most attractive places in the Dominican Republic.

 

Dominican Republic tour - 8 days

Dominican Republic tour – 8 days / 7 nights

Offered year round, on days 3rd. 13th, and 23rd every month.

Departures: Punta Cana and Santo Domingo

Guided tours in English, Spanish, German and Hungarian

 

A circuit in one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean, where descendants of the Taino Indians, European settlers and African slaves live in the home of the bachata and merengue on the wonderful turquoise seaside with palm trees. The Dominican Republic is among the most attractive tourist spots in the world, the place everyone wants to visit at least once in lifetime. Most tourists spend their holidays within the four walls of all-inclusive hotels and at the seaside; however, this country has much to offer.  We provide this opportunity for people who would like to follow natural wonders, jungles, waterfalls, national parks, Dominican people and unique wildlife. The Dominicans are characterized as very helpful and friendly people, they offer their help unselfishly in almost all cases for the visitors coming here and who are always characterised as cheerful and smiling.

 

For its natural treasures, the Dominican Republic is one of the most attractive countries in the world. With its turquoise beaches, high mountain ranges, semi-desert areas, cultivation of banana, cocoa and coffee and tobacco, great amount of national parks, exotic flora and fauna, its busy capital city and pleasant music make this country a magical place. Come with us and explore it as Christopher Columbus did it more than 500 years ago.

 

 

Day 1 

We leave early in the morning from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo, where other fellow travellers will join the group. In a residential area of Santo Domingo called Bella Vista is the hotel where we will stay overnight. You should walk a bit in the evening in this pleasant area depending on how tired you are.

Day 2 

Get to know Santo Domingo, the first city in Latin America. We will start our way with visiting the historic Colonial Zone where we get insight into the life of the 15-16th century, how the city was developing, how the city was defended from pirates at that time. We will Visit the Alcazar de Colon (it is Christopher Columbus’ place of birth), the first Cathedral of America, we will stroll through El Conde, the oldest pedestrian street of the Republic and we will arrive at Independence Park where the remains of the founding fathers lie, Juan Pablo Duarte, Ramon Matías Mella, Francisco del Rosario Sanchez. We will continue with a short tour to see the National Palace, the Museum of Fine Arts, Duarte market place and the poorest and richest neighbourhood in the city. In the afternoon we depart to of tobacco, coffee and cocoa production.

Day 3 

Before coming to the snuff and cocoa plantations we will travel the mountainous part of Jarabacoa, visiting the waterfalls at the same time (El Salto de Jimenoa), and introducing the city La Vega, where the country’s world famous carnival takes place for four weeks every February and it is a venue for the whole city and the country. Afterwards we head to the second largest city in the country, Santiago de los Caballeros and spend the night there.

Day 4

The city of Santiago is an organized city, also known as the City of Heart, for different reasons: the economic and agricultural centre of the country and it lies in the central part, like the heart in the human body. We will visit the most famous tobacco factory, called Leon Jimenez. We would like to remind visitors the snuff and tobacco industry is native to the Dominican Republic, but it is known just for few people. Seriously keen cigar smokers can find out the Dominican cigar is not worse than those made in Cuba.  As we Leave Santiago de los Caballeros headed north to San Francisco de Macoris to visit the coffee and cocoa plantations and get acquainted with cocoa cultivation and production.

Day 5

We head further north, to the town of La Isabela, where we will visit the first city founded by the Spanish and where we can find the remains of the city even now, the ruins of Christopher Columbus’ and the first settlers’ houses. We will continue our trip to Puerto Plata will visit the Fortaleza (Fort) San Felipe), the Victorian residences, the seaside, El Malecon (esplanade). We will spend the night in this beautiful and calm city and we will have an important visit on the following day as well.

Day 6 

After breakfast we will visit the famous Brugal Rum Factory to observe the manufacturing process and history of this rum from sugar cane to bottling. From there will continue our journey in a comfortable pace to San Juan River for a boat ride to Laguna Grigri. After this adventure we will continue our journey across Nagua and Sanchez to the Samana Peninsula, to visit the country’s most famous waterfalls called Salto del Limon (it is located on the highest island, at 40 m) and after that we will go to the city Samaná. We will spend our time in the evening on the Malecon, at the seaside and we overnight in a comfortable family inn.

Day 7 

We leave not too early in the morning toward the harbour and then cross the Bay of Samaná by ferry to go to Sabana de la Mar to make a circuit in the Parque de los Haitises among the mangroves forests and Indian caves.  In the afternoon we will go back to Samana where we will board a ship and sail for Cayo Levantado or better known as Bacardi Island. At around 5 in the afternoon we head across the capital to Bayahibe.

Day 8  

The culmination of this circuit is the tour to Isla Saona. In the morning we leave from the beach port at Bayahibe on speedboat to the Eastern National Park and we will visit the most beautiful beaches of the republic such as Las Palmillas, Cautano, Mano Juan and Canto de la Playa. There we will have the opportunity to stop at places where we can enjoy crystal clear warm water among starfish, in the middle of the sea on sand dunes.

 

We return from Saona Island to Bayahibe where this wonderful journey ends. On request we transfer our passengers to Santo Domingo or Punta Cana, or any other resort where they would like to spend the rest of their stay relaxing as many of our guests usually do. Punta Cana and Bayahibe are the most famous tourist areas in the country where you can enjoy the Caribbean stay in four- or five- star resorts.

 

The Dominican Republic – circuit 10 days

The Dominican Republic – circuit 10 days / 9 nights

Departure all year, 1st and 21st day every month.

From  Punta Cana and Santo Domingo

Guided tours in English, Spanish, German and Hungarian

 

Circuit around one of the nicest islands of the Caribbean where descendants of Taino Indians, European settlers and African slaves live their everyday lives, in the home of bachata and meringue along the beautiful turquoise beaches surrounded by palm trees. The Dominican Republic is one of the destinations everybody wants to see at least one in his life. Majority of tourists spend their free time in the tourist area enjoying the services offered by all inclusive hotels among four walls or on the beaches of the hotels, however this wonderful country is full of attractions. We offer this opportunity for those who want to follow some natural wonders, jungles, waterfalls, national parks, Dominican inhabitants and exotic animals. The inhabitants of the country are kind and helpful, they almost always offer their help to the tourists visiting this place, they are always cheerful and smile.

 

The Dominican Republic is one of the most attractive countries in the world because of its natural values. Its turquoise beaches, high mountain ranges, semi-desert areas, banana, cocoa and tobacco plantations, lots of national parks, unique flora and fauna, bustling cities and pleasant music make this country magical. Come with us and discover it as Christopher Columbus did it more than 500 years ago.

 

Day 1

Early morning we depart from Punta Cana to Santa Domingo where meet other group members to join us. We head west, where we enjoy the most unspoiled scenery. Early in the afternoon we stop in Playa Najayo, where the former dictator of the Republic, Rafael Leonidas Trujillo resided. Today it is a popular beach among Dominicans because of its varied daily activities: dancing bachata, merengue, typical seafood is also available accompanied with some Presidente beer. We can try this lifestyle and follow local customs.

We continue our route to Bani, Barahona and Pedernales. This is the westernmost city at the Dominican-Haiti border. We arrive at the Hostel Dona Chava. It is a cosy family guesthouse with a garden, internet access and kitchen.

Day 2 

In the morning, after having some rest we will visit the Jaragua National Park, we will have a tour of the Laguna de Oviedo where we will have a boat trip to the other side of the lagoon and see the iguanas. During our trip we will meet lots of flamingos up close. After the tour of the lake we head for the mountains, where we can admire the wonderful unspoilt scenery located near the Dominican-Haitian border. Then we head to Bahia de las Aguilas where we spend some hours. Bahia de las Aguilas (Eagle Bay) is the beach where the sand is white as snow and the turquoise water will take your breath away. The most famous fashion designer of the Dominican Republic, Oscar de La Renta and his team very often use this beach to show their different collections. In the afternoon we return to our hostel, we have a typical Dominican meal and then we prepare for our trip on the next day.

Day 3 

Abandoning the west, first we head northeast where we can reach the country’s largest lake called Lake Enriquillo. Lake Enriquillo is 40 meters below sea level. It is surrounded by high mountain ranges and semi-deserted areas. Largo Enriquillo has five times more salt than the sea and is the only place where Dominican crocodiles can be seen. In the middle of the lake there is an island called Isla del Cabrito (Goat Island), which is home to a large population of iguanas. After exploring the lake, we return to the capital through Barahona where the country’s largest sugarcane fields are (this is the primary commodity of Dominican rum and sugar). On reaching the capital, we rest in a quiet area in Bella Vista where we spend our night. You should go for a walk in the evening in this quiet area.

Day 4 

Let’s get to know Santo Domingo, the oldest city in Latin America. First we will visit the historical Colonial Zone where we get insight into the life in the 15th-16th century, how the city developed and how they could protect themselves from pirates. We visit Casa de Colon (Columbus’s old residence), the first Cathedral of America, we enjoy a walk through El Conde, the oldest pedestrian street of the Caribbean, then we arrive at Parque de Independencia (Independence Park) where the remains of the founding fathers, Juan Pablo Duarte, Ramon Matías Mella, Francisco del Rosario Sanchez lie. We can then go on sightseeing, visiting El Palacio Nacional, (home to the president, Duarte market, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the poorest and richest neighbourhoods in the city. Finally, in the afternoon we depart to the centre of the country where the largest production of tobacco, coffee and cocoa in the country is located.

Day 5 

Before arriving at snuff and cocoa cultivation we will see the mountainous part of Jarabacoa and see the waterfall (Salto de Jimenoa) visit La Vega, the city famous for its four-week long venue, the carnival in February. After our tour in the mountains we head to the second largest city, Santiago de los Caballeros, where we will spend the night.

Day 6 

The city of Santiago is an organized city, also known as the City with Heart, for different reasons: this is the centre city of agriculture and industry and it is the country’s central city. We visit the most famous tobacco factory, called Leon Jimenez. In this way we want to remind fans of snuff tobacco industry that it is native to the Dominican Republic, but it is not well-known for many people as became known worldwide for the Cubans. Keen cigar fans can make sure easily that Dominican cigar is not worse than Cuban ones. Leaving Santiago de los Caballeros headed north to San Francisco de Macoris, the centre of cacao-production where we can learn about cocoa production and processing.

Day 7 

We head further north, to the town of La Isabela, where we will visit the first city founded by the Spanish and where we can find the remains of the city even now, the ruins of Christopher Columbus’ and the first settlers’ houses. We will continue our trip to Puerto Plata will visit the Fortaleza (Fort) San Felipe), the Victorian residences, the seaside, El Malecon (esplanade). We will spend the night in this beautiful and calm city and we will have an important visit on the following day as well.

Day 8 

After breakfast we will visit the famous Brugal Rum Factory to observe the manufacturing process and history of this rum from sugar cane to bottling. From there will continue our journey in a comfortable pace to San Juan River for a boat ride to Laguna Grigri. After this adventure we will continue our journey across Nagua and Sanchez to the Samana Peninsula, to visit the country’s most famous waterfalls called Salto del Limon (it is located on the highest island, at 40 m) and after that we will go to the city Samaná. We will spend our time in the evening on the Malecon, at the seaside and we overnight in a comfortable family inn.

Day 9 

We leave not too early in the morning and make our way to the port, from here we take a boat and cross to Sabana de la Mar where we will visit the most important national park in the Dominican Republic called Parque de los Haitises among the mangroves and old Indian caves. In the afternoon we depart to Samana where we again take a boat and cross to Cayo Levantado, or as it is better known, Bacardi Island. At around 5 pm. we leave for Bayahibe crossing the capital on our way.

Day 10

The culmination of this circuit is the tour to Isla Saona. In the morning we leave from the beach port at Bayahibe on speedboat to the Eastern National Park and we will visit the most beautiful beaches of the republic such as Las Palmillas, Cautano, Mano Juan and Canto de la Playa. There we will have the opportunity to stop at places where we can enjoy crystal clear warm water among starfish, in the middle of the sea on sand dunes.

 

We return from Saona Island to Bayahibe where this wonderful journey ends. On request we transfer our passengers to Santo Domingo or Punta Cana, or any other resort where they would like to spend the rest of their stay relaxing as many of our guests usually do. Punta Cana and Bayahibe are the most famous tourist areas in the country where you can enjoy the Caribbean stay in four- or five- star resorts.

Western Circuit 3days

 The Dominican Republic – Western Circuit 3days/2 nights

Departures all year round, every year, on any day of the month.

From Punta Cana and Santa Domingo

Guided tours in English, Spanish, German and Hungarian

 

 

It is a tour to the western part of the island where we can get acquainted with the beautiful mountains of the province of Barahona, Rio Los Patos (the shortest in the country) which is also a very popular resort with locals. Then continue to the Dominican-Haitian border, the wonderful beaches of Cabo Rojo and Bahia de las Aguilas surrounded by cactus forests and there are big iguanes running around us. This territory is not really known for the tourists. We can see here the beautiful mountains of Hoyo de Pelempito and search for some flamingos on Oviedo lagoons, go after crocodiles on Lake Enriquillo and we can even see some Indian caves, known as Las Caritas nearby with some drawings. This is a journey to the unknown world, where we can see some real Caribbean natural features and can get to places tourist can get to only once in a blue moon…

Day 1

We leave early in the morning from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo, where other fellow travellers will join the group. After a short break we continue our journey to Bani and Barahona then through the mountains we get to Oviedo. We have to travel a bit until we get to Pedernales. The Dominica-Haiti border is only several hundred meters from here. We spend the night in Hostel Dona Chavana, a pleasant hotel with a nice park and calmness is radiated from every corner of it.

Day 2

Early in the morning we depart to the border and visit the famous market. We will have the feeling as if we were in Africa. There is a café manufacture close to the border where we can get insight into the secret of producing coffee. From here we go up to the mountains, we explore the wonderful mountains and valleys of Hoyo de Pelembito and unusually cold Caribbean air. Descending from here we go along the wonderful beaches of Cabo Rojo and get to a little village called Las Cuevas. Then we walk through cactus forests to a very famous beach called Bahia de Las Aguilas. It’s a real adventure, on our way we can admire the beautiful view from the mountains to the beaches. Our way is crossed by iguanas and frigate birds. In the evening we return to the hotel, go to bed early as the next day we have to depart early.

Day 3

Very early in the morning we leave the western part and going through the sugar cane plantations in Barahona leave for Lake Enriquillo where we board a ship to Cabrita Island. During our journey we can meet some crocodiles or see some huge iguanas on the island. After getting back to the shore we visit some Indian caves and along lunatic landscape we leave for the capital by car. From here we arrive in Punta Cana at night. The Dominican Republic doesn’t consist of only hotels and beaches. Its wonderful natural values behind the tourist zones offer memories of a lifetime.

Northern Circuit 3days

The Dominican Republic – Northern Circuit 3days/2 nights

Departures all year round, every year, on any day of the month.

From Punta Cana and Santa Domingo

Guided tours in English, Spanish, German and Hungarian

 

 

Circuit to the northern part of the island where we can explore the wonderful beaches and waterfalls of Samana island. It has the most beautiful unspoilt beaches in the world, the suitable for snorkelling. During the winter it attracts tourists with whales, northern beaches, famous mangroves, the modern city called Puerto Plata, Christopher Columbus’ village called La Isabelle, the wonderful city of Santiago, tobacco plantations and famous Dominican cacao cultivations. We can get acquainted with the heart of the city, the centre of Dominican agriculture.

 

 

Day 1

Early in the morning we depart from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo where some fellow travellers will join the group. After a short break we continue our journey to Sanchez and then at the little airport called Arroyo Barril we can have a typical breakfast. From here we visit Las Galeras and go to explore Samana’s beaches by a speedboat. Our first trip is to Playa fronton, one of the most famous snorkel beaches in the world. It is known only for few tourists as it is very difficult to access. Then we go towards Playa madame. After that we are expected with a delicious local lunch in PLayita. We don’t have any time to relax, we have to go further to Playa Rincon and Playa Amor. In the evening we return to Samana and spend the night at an intimate local hotel.

Day 2 

Early in the morning we continue our trip to Limon waterfall and after a jungle trip on horseback we go to the wonderful beaches of Las Terrenas and towards Nagua through Laguna GrinGrin, crossing Sosua and cabaret we reach Puerto Plata. It is a pleasant little town. After sightseeing we can have a short rest

Day 3 

Not too early in the morning we depart to Santiago de los Caballeros. It is the second largest city in the Dominican Republic. Here we visit the famous Monumental, the symbol of Dominican restoration. After the Colonial Zone we visit the famous Leon Jimenez cigar factory where the world famous Dominican cigars are made. We continue our trip towards the capital and from there we arrive in Punta Cana late in the evening. The Dominican Republic doesn’t consist of only hotels and beaches. Its wonderful natural values behind the tourist zones offer memories of a lifetime.

Circuit to the centre of the island 3days

 The Dominican Republic – circuit to the centre of the island 3days/2 nights

Departures all year round, every year, on any day of the month.

From Punta Cana and Santa Domingo Guided tours in English, Spanish, German and Hungarian

 

Circuit to the centre of the island where we can visit the capital city, Santa Domingo, the mountains of Jarabacoa and Constanza, the tallest mountains of the Caribbean. We can get to Jimenoa waterfall crossing some hanging bridges. We go rafting on the river Yaque del Norte and explore the city of La Vega. It is a trip to another Dominica where we can see the island from a different point of view leaving turquoise beaches behind. In exchange for this we can get to know some different types of natural phenomena.

 

Day 1 

We leave very early in the morning from Punta Cana to Santo Domingo where some fellow travellers will join the group. After a short break we visit the historical part of Santo Domingo, the first cathedral in the world, Christopher Columbus’ house, El COnde, the only pedestrian street in the Caribbean, Independence Park and the National Pantheon. After visiting the city we continue our journey to La Vega, the city of carnival where every February for a whole month one of the most spectacular carnivals in the world takes place. After the main square of the city and its church we go on towards the mountains of Jarabacoa where we spend the night.

Day 2 

Not too early in the morning we continue our way to the river Yaqe del Norte where our adventures begin. We row through wonderful landscape on this fast river. After this adrenalin pumping adventure we go on a more comfortable trip crossing hanging bridges we can get to the famous Jimeone waterfall. From here we go on another waterfall called Salto de Baiguate. After this long, adventurous tour we return to have a rest.

Day 3 

Not too early in the morning we depart downwards then after a short drive we go upwards again to Constanza. Here we visit the famous Agnes Blancas waterfall and then the famous Valle Nuero pyramid which is located in the middle of the Dominican Republic between Contanza and San Jose de Ocoa. We finish our visit in a famous national park called Parque Jode del Carmen Ramirez. There we will find the highest point in the Caribbean, Pico Duarte (3175 m). In the evening we continue our journey to the capital and we arrive in Punta Cana late in the evening.

 

The Dominican Republic doesn’t consist of only hotels and beaches. Its wonderful natural values behind the tourist zones offer memories of a lifetime.

Photo Gallery: locations are varied depending on the circuits

 

    

    

    

    

    

    

    

    

    

 

    

    

    

    

    

    

    

 

    

    

    

    

    

    

 

          Price: 890 USD Dominican Circuit 8 days

 

          Price: 1150 USD Dominican Circuit 10 days

 

         Price: 290 USD western circuit 3 days

 

          Price: 290 USD northern circuit 3 days

 

          Price: 290 USD journey to the centre of the island 3 days

 

The price includes:

Bus, boats, meals three times a day, beverages, alcoholic drink, admission fees, accommodation. The accommodation is usually in 2 or 3-star Dominican hotels, most of them with air-conditioning and TV

 

What to bring:

Some clothes depending on the length of the tour swimsuit, flip flops, sunglasses, suntan lotion, cap, hat, insect repellent

 

Hours from Punta Cana and Bavaro:

We collect our passengers between 5:15 and 5:30 am at the hotel reception (prearranged). You can join us in Santa Domingo between 10:00 and 11:00 am. Return to the hotels on the last day of the tour between 9:00 and 10:00 pm.

 

You may come to the Dominican Republic only to take part in these circuits. In this case we make all the necessary arrangements for you.

 

NOTE:

–        English guided tours

–        For children 0-3 years free

–        the tour includes snorkel equipment for free

–        you can buy new snorkel equipment for 15 USD (goggles and snorkel)