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Wayne Fuller Street #8, Bayahibe 22000, Dominican Republic
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Educational and Fun!

My husband and I went on 4 excursions and thought this was the absolute best! It's a long day with... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2014
Kris4msdf
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Frederick, Maryland
runners adventures

bumpy ride in large bus. Learned a lot of things about the region. Interesting. went horse back... read more

Reviewed 14 May 2014
TOBYDOG145
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North Port
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Hop on the back of one of our safari-style trucks, other sprightly pioneers at your side. A tourist guide will sweep you past the most hidden space of this mystical destination. We will make way across unrelenting prodigal sights surrounding the Eastern coastline, culminating in one of the most beautiful destinations on the island, Punta Cana. Visit a typical rural home and evidence the embodiment of the unmistakable Dominican hospitality, which characterizes them as people. Passionate novelesque adventures will become unbridled before your eyes, penetrating a celestial sky, where nature coexists in concert with the conquest of one-of-a-kind experiences.Indulge your taste buds with eccentric Caribbean flavors. Caress your lips with juicy tropical fruit slices, gratify your senses with the pleasing scent of freshly-roasted coffee, and mesmerize your palate with a rich cup of hot chocolate. Tackle a spiritual pilgrimage to one of the most lauded cathedrals in the Dominican Republic, visit the Higuey Basilica. A magnificent ash grey structure in the shape of a Latin cross. Its entrance, a somber bronze structure plated in 24-kt. gold was blessed in Rome by Pope John Paul II. A lofty bell tower guarding 45 bronze carillons adds to the allure. As we approach the Basilica, an awe-inspiring archway, taking on the form of a remarkable vaulted structure, serves as beacon for the faithful, and signals their coming. As we sail across Chavon River on a riverboat, unrelenting lavish Caribbean backdrops come undone before our eyes. An unforgettable experience; the whirlwind jostling to the rhythm of merengue. Its backdrop has come to life in magnificent scenes of various box office blockbusters, such as "Apocalypse Now" and "Rambo II." Relive these scenes. Enjoy a delicious grilled lobster lunch as you sunbathe under the warm tropical sun. Maneuver throughout the biggest cane fields on the island, property of Central Romana Corporation. Go past its 200,000 acres of sugar cane, frolicking in the midst of the sweet aroma of the recently cut stalks. Take the opportunity to pick up a stem and stroke your lips with its sugar-coated taste. At a cigar museum, experienced cigar makers will show you the proper way of rolling a habano. This land has sowed the finest tobacco crops, used in the manufacturing process of the most world-renowned brands. Witness how its harvest has boosted the country’s economy.
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12 Jul 2014
“Educational and Fun!”
14 May 2014
“runners adventures”
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Wayne Fuller Street #8, Bayahibe 22000, Dominican Republic
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Reviewed 12 July 2014

My husband and I went on 4 excursions and thought this was the absolute best! It's a long day with a lot of riding in the safari style truck, but bring a camera and soak in the "real life" Dominican sights! Our tour guide, Santiago,...More

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Reviewed 14 May 2014

bumpy ride in large bus. Learned a lot of things about the region. Interesting. went horse back riding and had lunch at the zip line. learned about co co trees and fruit of the region.

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Reviewed 25 February 2014

it was a blast- and you got to learn a lot about the island and their way of life- sugar cane fields- horseback riding and schools

Thank joan t
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Reviewed 25 February 2013

Little piece of everything coco fruit sugarcane and cigar plantation visit villages and waterfalls very long day but kind of neat.

Thank Terry M
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