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EXCURSIONS IN DR

By Caribbean standards, the Dominican Republic is a big island: more than 18,533 m2 (48,442km2) in size. Tourists landing at one destination will want to see the others. A range of excursions makes this possible.

Independent travelers can always explore alone and do most of the excursions on their own. But as is the case all around the world, tour companies in the Dominican Republic have packaged all the ‘what to see / what to do’ attractions to make things easy for visiting tourists.

There are all-day tours, water tours, adventure tours, horseback tours, dune buggy tours, Segway tours, SUP tours, catamaran tours, cultural tours – you name it. It is best to check at your hotel tour desk to find out which will include transportation to and from your hotel.

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EXCURSIONS IN DR 

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Altos de Chavón

This excursion covers the eastern coastal plains, passing San Pedro de Macorís and its sugar cane fields all the way to the Casa de Campo tourist center at La Romana. Tourists are given plenty of time to photograph Altos de Chavón, a replica of a European medieval village.

La Romana, Excursions

Bahía de las Águilas

Tour to the Jaragua National Park in the southwest. Unforgettable experience to visit the white sand beaches and crystal-clear waters near the small fishing village of "La Cueva". Accessed mainly by boat, this almost three-mile long (4.5km) white sand beach with crystal clear waters provides a striking contrast with the lush greenery of the Bahoruco Mountain Range although both are located within the Jaragua National Park. This is a protected beach and there are no hotels or restaurant there. Turtles nestle by a dry forest, showcasing the same flora and fauna that existed even before the Spanish settlers arrived. It is part of the Jaragua-Bahoruco-Enriquillo Biosphere Reserve that was added to UNESCO's World Network of Biosphere Reserves in November 2002.

Barahona, Excursions

Bird watching

Sierra de Bahoruco and Barahona are known as excellent places to go birdwatching in the Dominican Republic. Endemic birds not found elsewhere than Hispaniola such as the Parakeet, Hispaniolan Emerald, Hispaniolan Trogon, Broad-billed Tody and the rare Bicknell’s Thrush. Other threatened birds that have been sighted in the area include the endangered Bay-breasted Cuckoo, La Selle Thrush, and the Hispaniolan Crossbill. A total of 30 of the 31 endemic species can be found in this amazing area.

Barahona, Excursions

Catamaran Crossing & Snorkeling

Catamaran, diving excursion with snorkeling in the bay of Samaná. The catamaran anchors at Cayo Farola, well known for its diverse and colorful wildlife. Upon arrival at Cayo Levantado, there is time to swim in the turquoise waters off the beach and buy crafts from the gift shops.

Samaná, Excursions

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