We happened to go to this show on a night where there was a total of 7 people, including us. The initial native Indian show was rained out, after this we went inside to eat at the restaurant. Food was average, nothing special, especially if you are used to West Indian food. The best thing was the roast pig. I think some people got lobster at other shows, but we didn't. After dinner, there was an amazing native dance show which was great, but a little long. They do provide endless drinks throughout. The dancers were very talented. After this, they take you to a nearby outdoor cantina for more drinks and to socialize with the dancers. I think that given the length of the main dance show the evening would be better if it were shortened to just the show. We spent about 3 hrs there after taking a 40 min cab ride. We paid $80/person.
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5 July 2012
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We offer three different packages for the excursion, including transportation in the area. Depending on the location of your hotel it takes from 15 to 40 minutes to reach us. The area of Punta Cana-Bavaro has a lineal extension of more than 35 miles:
Traditional Dinner : U$D 80.--
Lobster Dinner: U$D 95.--
Show Only: U$D 75.-- for two pax or U$D 50.-- for one pax.
Children up to 4 y. o.: Free
Children from 5 to 13 y. o.: 50% discount
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Our show in the amphitheater, takes 70 minutes, is a historic tour of the dominican folklore.
We wish you all the best and hope to see you again in the future.
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