The 18-platform course boasts 12 zipline runs, one of the longest in the country. Glide up to 800 meters above lush jungle canopy, swerve and ride solo or alongside your partner.
Kayaking, fishing, hiking, boating, and bird watching through a tunnel of mangroves: these are a handful of activities to enjoy on the Laguna de Bávaro. Accessed from the Cabeza de Toro area, the protected lagoon covers three square kilometers (1.15 square miles) in size, and is also home to reptiles and flora. Only minutes away from Punta Cana’s resorts, this unique wildlife refuge, is ideal for some ecotourism activities away from the beach.